Thu. Oct 6th, 2022

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Happy Fourth of July!

Important Events for Democrats

Join and/or support the OC Democratic Party’s entry in the biggest Fourth of July Parade in the west.

This Sunday, Independence Day, July 4, join the proud Democrats of Orange County in the great Huntington Beach Independence day parade. Help show some of our numbers and diversity and have a good fun time and a great start to the Fourth at the same time.

MARCHING IN THE 4TH OF JULY PARADE

It’s time for dancing in the streets with rockabilly by Danny Dean and the Homewreckers live on our float.

Join the Democratic party on the float or marching (or dancing, if so moved) in the largest Independence day parade west of the Mississippi.

We hope that you will be in the 4th of July Parade in Huntington Beach with us. We want everyone to see that Democrats are an active part of Orange County.

WHERE TO MEET: From 7:30 to 9:00 am the marchers meet in the Seacliff Shopping Center parking lot on the northeast corner of Goldenwest and Yorktown at the Del Taco. Yorktown is closed off to traffic so you must enter the parking lot at Summit off Goldenwest by the McDonalds. The parking lot fills quickly so carpooling and getting there early are helpful. Drivers will transport marchers to the staging area. The parade begins at 10 am, but there’s much to do before hand and we need a good early (8:30) turnout to help win an award again.

WHAT TO WEAR: Marchers should wear a light blue t-shirt and blue pants or shorts. If you have one of our Constitution t-shirts from a past parade, please wear it. We will have a limited number of freshly made Constitution shirts for sale this year. We want to look like a somewhat matching unit, but turnout is more important than colors, so come even if you don’t have a light blue shirt. Anything patriotic themed is a good alternative. It’s a good idea to have sunblock and a hat or visor. We are not allowed (per parade rules) to wear candidate or Obama shirts.

CANDIDATES: Candidates are allowed to wear a name tag (not a campaign button) and may shake hands and introduce themselves.

No one is allowed to hand out literature!

COME JOIN THE FUN!

There is no better way to start celebrating the 4th.

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You’re Invited

The 67th Area Wide Alliance invites you to a breakfast meeting with
Congressional candidate Ken Arnold (46th CD) and Assembly candidate Rosalind Freeman (67th AD)

WHEN:

Saturday, July 10 at 8 am to 10 am

WHERE:

Machinists AFL-CIO (IAM) District Lodge 725
5402 Bolsa Avenue, Huntington Beach

Contribution: $5

Questions or RSVPs to 67th Area Wide Alliance (562) 221-7122 or tickets@67th.com or Ray Roberts (714) 873-4406 or Raymond.roberts@verizon.net

Campaign information: www.kenarnoldforcongress.com

Ken Arnold for Congress – FEC #C00475830

Rosalind Freeman for Assembly 2010 – FPPC #1326795

We hope you can make it!

UBALLE FOR ASSEMBLY PRECINCT WALK KICK OFF

SATURDAY JULY 10TH

11:00 to 2:00

North Picnic area of

Richman Park

711 South Highland in Fullerton

Rally * Hotdogs * Refreshments*

Train and Walk with Experienced Canvassers

UBALLE for ASSEMBLY

POOL PARTY

Saturday July 10 , 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm

at the home of Florice Hoffman , at 7256 E. Crown Parkway, Orange

Come refresh yourself around the pool!

Drinks and Appetizers

**Wader – $25**

**Swimmer – $50**

**Life Guard – $100**

**Swim Coach – $1000**

Purchase tickets at: http://www.actblue.com/page/uballe4  

Questions: Email Uballe4AD72@yahoo.com  

or call 714 680-0012

FPPC# 1326126

Let’s keep turning Orange County BLUE!

Sincerely,

Frank Barbaro
Chair

Democratic Party of Orange County

200 N. Main Street, M Level
Santa Ana, CA 92701

714 835-5158

e-mail: info@ocdemocrats.org
Website: www.ocdemocrats.org
www.ready2winoc.com

Voter Resources:

 www.ready2winoc.com

League of Women Voters Easy Voter Guide

Project Vote Smart

By Editor

Art Pedroza started Orange County's first political blog, the Orange Juice, back in 2003. He now publishes the top civic blog in Orange County - New Santa Ana, plus other blogs including New Anaheim, New Fullerton and the Irvine News Blog, as well as the OC Politics Blog.

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