The Procrastinating Voter. Are you a procrastinating voter? Don't miss the boat, CAST YOUR VOTE!Read more
This November, Anaheim voters will have the opportunity to improve their city government and make it more democratic. Measure L, if passed, will implement a district elections system in Anaheim to elect the City Council. A change to district elections is a change to better government, better representation, and better democracy for Anaheim.
Paid for by Committee for District Elections - Yes on Measures L&M, Sponsored by Anaheim Neighborhoods Together, a Coalition of Labor, Business, and Community Organizations. Major funding by United Food and Commercial Workers Union, AFL-CIO, CLC, and UNITE HERE Local 11.
About 100 Anaheim residents and community activists marched on City Hall this week to demand that the city switch from citywide elections to voting districts.Read more
Anaheim neighborhood leaders express their frustration that the Anaheim City Council does not pay attention to the voices of the community.Read more
Released at OCCORD's First Annual Dinner on November 9, 2011, this video highlights some of our recent nonpartisan civic engagement activities. Engage, enfranchise, enact!Read more
OCCORD's 2nd semi-annual Citizenship Fair organized in partnership with AFSCME 3299, Orange County Labor Federation, Teamsters 396, Teamsters 952, UNITE HERE 11, and United Domestic Workers 3930. Immigrant workers have the power to change Orange County!Read more
"Rally in the Rain" to support responsible development in Anaheim's Platinum Triangle. Organized by the Community Benefits Coalition.Read more