Orange County voters head to polls with plenty of choices
- June 7, 2022
- Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies and poli sci, Spectrum News 1 (City News Service), June 7, 2022
Traditionally, mid-term elections are difficult for the party with the White House, and it can be especially tough when the economy has issues such as inflation, UC Irvine political science professor Louis DeSipio said. But an expected Supreme Court ruling that may overturn abortion precedent and the mass shooting in a Texas elementary school have the potential to shake up the traditional narrative, DeSipio said. “Orange County is the perfect place to think about these things because it’s purple at this point and can go either way,” DeSipio said. “The redistricting didn’t narrow that in any way — on the national level at least.”
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