Our Vision

To cultivate a vibrant community of informed voters who actively participate in the democratic process to make a positive difference in our community.

We are constituents of California Congressional District 48, State Senate District 34, State Assembly Districts 72 & 74, and OC County Supervisor Districts 1 and 2.

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June Recap & July Happenings

Were you there? Our screening of the documentary The Anthropologist, drew about 50 enthusiastic supporters to our HB Huddle on Saturday, June 30 at Carden Conservatory Elementary School. It was a great feast of potluck delicacies and engaging conversations with kindred spirits. HB Huddle local elections team leader, Brendon Perkins, challenged us to step out … Continue reading June Recap & July Happenings

JUNE event: Potluck & Film Screening

Our next event is coming up on June 30th. We’ll be hosting a potluck and we’ll have a free screening of the film The Anthropologist. Here are the meeting details: Saturday June 30 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (doors open at 9:30 a.m.) Carden Conservatory Elementary School 5702 Clark Dr. HB 92647 Click Here for … Continue reading JUNE event: Potluck & Film Screening

May Meeting: Here’s the winning Chili Cook-off Recipe!

  Congratulations to Winner Adrienne Low! HB Huddle May 19, 2018 Chili Cook-off Veggie Chili Recipe 1 TBS Olive Oil 1/2 Medium Onion, Chopped 2 Bay Leaves 1 tsp Ground Cumin 2 TBS Dried Oregano 1TBS Salt 2 Stalks Celery, Chopped 2 green Bell Peppers, Chopped 2 Jalepeno Peppers, Chopped 3 Cloves Garlic, Chopped 2 (4 … Continue reading May Meeting: Here’s the winning Chili Cook-off Recipe!

April City Council Meeting Recap

This week City Council members Mike Posey and Erik Peterson used their non-partisan offices to seek national political attention, when they led the council to a 6-1 vote to have the City Attorney file a lawsuit, and work with other municipalities, to challenge SB-54 the “Sanctuary State” bill. Read the full Daily Pilot article here. BUT the … Continue reading April City Council Meeting Recap

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