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About Welead OC

Welead OC recruits and trains Progressive Democratic women to run for city councils and school boards in Orange County, CA, with a focus on Women of Color and women living in under-represented communities.

The 2020 election cycle proved to be Welead OC's most successful yet. 75% of our candidates became city council and school board members -- 58% are People of Color.

Welead OC trains candidates, activists and women seeking positions on campaigns. Come and join the Welead OC Sisterhood!

 

We'vesave a seat for you!

Welead OC proudly endorses Costa Mesa Mayor, Katrina Foley, in her Special Election race for the OC Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, March 9th. 

This is a very important seat for OC Democrats and OC Democratic Women. Katrina will provide the leadership to move our County forward with the Covid-19 virus & Covid-19 Vaccine. She will lead the

Board of Supervisors to address the many issues facing us everyday.

 

Please join Welead OC on Thursday, February 25th at 6:00PM. Link for virtual event will be provided following your donation.

We need Katrina's leadership!

Congratulations Welead OC 2020 Candidates!

Danett Abbott

Candidate

Orange City Council

District 3

Danett is a first-time candidate and the first candidate to run in the city of Orange's District-Held elections.

Pamela Braunstein

Elected 

Trustee

Capistrano

Unified School District 

District 3

Pamela, a first-time candidate, beat the incumbent by 12.5%.

Dr. Vicki Calhoun

Elected

Trustee

Fullerton Joint Union

High School District

Dr. Vicki is serving as the first-ever African American in Fullerton city government.

Rose Espinoza

Elected

Mayor

La Habra

City Council

Mayor Espinoza has been elected to serve her fifth term as a member of the La Habra City Council & her fifth term as Mayor. 

Pauline Hale

Candidate

Mission Viejo City Council

Pauline, LGBTQ, and first-time candidate, ran with 8 other candidates. She came in fourth for two seats against candidates with higher name ID.

Richard Hurt
Elected
Aliso Viejo
City Council

Richard is serving as the first African American elected official in the city of Aliso Viejo.  A first-time candidate, Richard was one of eight candidates to fill three seats.

Jessie Lopez
Elected
Santa Ana
City Council

Jessie is a first-time candidate. She was one of five candidates for one seat and was the highest vote getter with 34% of the vote.

Ana Page
Elected
Trustee, Area 3
Orange Unified School District

Ana is a first-time candidate. She won with 58% of the vote.

Jeanine Robbins
Candidate
Anaheim
City Councl, District  4

Jeanine is a longtime Anaheim Activist. She is a first-time candidate and while not successful this time around, Jeanine will continue her phenomenal community work.

Oscar Rodriguez
Candidate
Huntington Beach
City Council

Oscar is a first-time candidate and was one of fifteen candidates vying for three seats. Oscar came in fifth ahead of former councilmembers and an Assemblymember.

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