Sat. Sep 24th, 2022

An OC District Attorney Candidates Forum will be hosted at Phillips Hall Theatre at Santa Ana College on Wednesday, March 21 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Phillips Hall Theatre is located at 1530 W 17th St., in Santa Ana.

OCDA Candidates who will be at this forum include O.C. Supervisor Todd Spitzer, OCDA Tony Rackauckas, Lenore Albert-Sheridan and Brett Murdock.

All Attendees must register on Eventbrite.

The Orange County District Attorney has tremendous power to make decisions that impact the lives of millions of people, their families, and entire communities. In fact, the OCDA serves over 3 million residents with a budget of $138.8 million (FY 2016-2017).

During this forum, the Candidates for OCDA will engage with a panel of local leaders to discuss topics including but not limited to:

  • Youth
  • Police
  • Mass incarceration
  • Immigration
  • Prosecutorial misconduct

Learn about the role of District Attorney’s in the issues we care about most and what you can do in your community. This Candidates’ Forum is part of a series of events hosted by the PEOPLE’s Coalition (People for the Ethical Operation of Prosecutors and Law Enforcement). The PEOPLE’s Coalition works in conjunction with the statewide “Hey! Meet Your DA” campaign. More information can be found here.

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.

2 thoughts on “Santa Ana College will host an O.C.D.A. candidates forum on March 21”
  1. Lenore Albert license is suspended is she making a mockery of the DA office. Seriously,the Democratic party should be ashamed

  2. The only thing more “suspended” than Lenore Albert’s law license, is my sense of disbelief that she is running for D.A. while it being suspended. Hello! Job requirement!

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