If we continue to register new voters and convert disaffected members of other denominations, Costa Mesa is poised to soon become the 12th city in Orange County (out of 34 cities) to have more Democrats than Republicans. Click here to view up-to-date statistics.
Councilman Allan Mansoor (R), a staunch believer in the “rule of law,” failed to continuously live in Costa Mesa during his entire term in office. Under state law, that is grounds for his office to be “immediately” vacated. Currently, this matter is under review by the Attorney General’s office. Read full story here. If there is […]
We elect five Directors to make decisions concerning our local water district. Currently, all five of them are Republicans. However, Mesa Water is not practicing the financial responsibility that many Republicans preach. For example, the current Board spends boat loads of your tax dollars to (1) unnecessarily attend numerous conferences, (2) fly first class, (3) […]
Public safety is a big issue for Costa Mesa residents. You can check out the city’s crime statistics on the City’s web site, under the City Hall tab. Costa Mesa once had a full police department that had 165 sworn officers. The City currently has 103 active sworn police officers, but has a budget for […]