GENERAL ELECTION
VOTER GUIDE

California's 2022 General Election is on November 8, 2022. Learn more about the Libertarian Party of Orange County's endorsed candidates and positions on ballot measures. This voter guide is updated regularly as we endorse more candidates and take positions on ballot measures.

ORANGE COUNTY CANDIDATES

A check mark indicates that the candidate is endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Orange County

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TERRY MILLER

City Council Member, City of Cypress

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JESSE NESTOR

Mayor, City of Santa Ana

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A green "YES" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County supports the measure.

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A red "NO" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County opposes the measure.

LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES

Positions on local measures are the official position of the Libertarian Party of Orange County. Measures where "No Position" is taken are not included on the list.

Measure G

Capistrano Unified School District SFID No. 3 Bond Measure

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Measure J

City of Anaheim, Anaheim Hotel Tax (Expands Existing Hotel Tax)

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Measure O

City of Huntington Beach, Taxation on Cannabis Businesses

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Measure P

City of La Palma, City Services Measure (Increases Hotel Tax & Short-Term Rental Tax)

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Measure S

City of Laguna Beach, Municipal Code Amendment to Create a Minimum Wage and Workplace Standards and Protections for Hotel Employees

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Measure T

City of Laguna Woods, Cannabis Business Tax Ordinance

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Measure Y

City of Westminster, Local Services Measure (Extends by 20 Years an Existing 1% Sales Tax Increase That is Going to Expire)

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For the Full Text and Impartial Analysis of each local ballot measure, visit the Orange County Registrar of Voters website.

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