Please join us on February 8th! Primary ballots are being mailed now. Look for them in your mailbox. Voting begins February 29. Come to our party–our 3rd year anniversary so there will be cake! Also potluck if you want to share a non-dessert dish. Bring your ballots and come on February 8th!


HB Huddle is starting a campaign to inform voters in Orange County of the new procedures that will begin with the March primary. We need to let Democrats know to 1) expect mail-in ballots whether they were requested or not; 2) polling places are no more. Instead there will be Vote Centers throughout the county that will be open 11 days previous to the election; 3) there will be mail box type “drop boxes” at key locations throughout the county; and 4) you can vote anywhere–if you live in HB but work in Tustin, you can drop your ballot in Tustin or any city in the OC.

We need to get the word out about these changes to maximize voter participation which is key to our keeping the OC blue.

HB Huddle has created an information card about these changes (see below). Some of the dates still need to be finalized.  We need your help to get the word out.

Will you help distribute these cards to our neighbors in Huntington Beach beginning in January 2020? This is an important community service. Let’s live HB Huddle’s motto–Think Big. Act Local.  

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HB Huddle Honored by OC League of Conservation Voters

The HB Huddle was honored to receive the Environmental Political Activist Organization Award from the Orange County League of Conservation Voters on Friday May 10, 2019. We also received a mention in the OC Register regarding this award click here for the full write up.

The HB Huddle also received acknowledgment from several elected officials during the Friday awards ceremony, recognitions are pictured below.

Certificate of Recognition from Congressman Harley Rouda
Certificate of Recognition from Assembly Member Cottie Petrie-Norris
Certificate of Recognition from Orange County Supervisor Doug Chaffee
Certificate of Recognition from State Senator Tom Umberg