• New Delay for Census Numbers
    Census data needed for legislative districts won’t be ready until September. Could that alter the balance of power in the House? – New York Times
  • Vons, Pavilions to Replace Drivers with Contractors
    California begins to see the devastating effects of Proposition 22. – KNOCK LA
  • Unofficial ballot drop boxes popping up
    Promoting such boxes — which have been found in Los Angeles, Orange and Fresno counties — could be a felony. — OC Register
  • Vote for our Future MVP Ballot Party!
    We want to show appreciation for all of our volunteers and let them know how important they are to us.
  • Q&A with Orange County’s Registrar
    How will the voting process play out during the coronavirus pandemic, including mail-in voting and delays in postal service? (Voice of OC)
  • All of Us Count
    We are getting our community to represent California by participating in the Census! Making over a hundred thousand calls in 9 days alone, our partners have been talking with 15,116 voters  of color – youth, first-generation immigrants, Vietnamese American and […]
  • Ahri Joins the Table
    We are excited to share that Ahri for Justice has joined OCCET as its newest incubation partner of the table. Ahri is a new social justice organization dedicated to youth organizing, civic engagement, immigrant legal services and education, working in […]
  • Safe and Simple Elections for All
    COVID-19 should not stop us from continuing to ensure democracy works for all people. Send a letter to State Legislative Leaders calling them to expand safe and simple options for voting this November.
  • Leadership Update
    We welcome OCCET’s new Co-Chairs Tracy La and Miguel Hernandez! Co-Chairs work with the Executive Director to provide feedback on key decisions, review budget and fundraising projections, coach and evaluate the Executive Director.
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