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Luncheon Program: 2014 Orange County Report Card











2014 Orange County Report Card
Based on Information Revealed in the Annual


Orange County

Community Indicators Report


Thursday, April 24, 2014

11:30 a.m. – Reception 12:00 Noon - Luncheon

Hilton Orange County / Costa Mesa

3050 Bristol Street - Costa Mesa


Orange County’s role as a center of innovation continues to play a dominant role in the region’s economic outlook and impacts job growth, housing demand and lifestyle. The release of the annual Orange County Community Indicators Report serves as a catalyst for discussion and assessment of Orange County’s future economic growth as well as its ability to maintain its quality of life. This in-depth report includes key trends and opportunities that can guide the discussion of what is necessary for Orange County to continue its important role in developing new technology to meet ever-changing needs. The Orange County Forum is pleased to feature our distinguished guest panelists for what has historically been a lively discussion of the Community Indicators report and what it means for the future of Orange County.


Each attendee will receive a copy of the Orange County Community Indicators Report publication.

Luncheon Program: Elections Analysis 2014











Elections Analysis 2014
Perspectives and Predictions


Thursday, May 15, 2014

11:30 a.m. – Reception 12:00 Noon - Luncheon

Hilton Irvine

18800 MacArthur Boulevard – Irvine, CA
(across from OC John Wayne Airport)


It is a tradition for the Orange County Forum to present top leaders of each of the two major political parties to share their perspectives on the primary election campaigns (state and national) and to predict how the current po litical climate may impact the November elections and, ultimately, the way that our go vernments will operate in the coming few years.   GOP State Chairman Jim Brulte and C  alifornia State Treasurer Bill Lockyer, both veterans of political campaigns, both former state legislators, and both leaders in their respective parties, are sure to provide interesting and valuable insights into the upcoming election cycle.

Jim Brulte

 California Republican Party

  Joseph Perkins
Orange County Register

Bill Lockyer

 State of California



The Orange County Forum is the premiere nonpartisan current affairs organization convening the Orange County community in an interactive environment  to exchange ideas, and discuss public policy issues with the most knowledgeable and distinguished speakers and leaders of our time.  Through the financial support of its generous sponsors, The Orange County Forum seeks to enhance the quality of educational programming and to expand the scope of involvement of all segments of the community in the opportunity to develop a better understanding of complex issues, and to further encourage and elevate public discussion and collaboration in an effort to inspire all community stakeholders to address and offer realistic solutions to the challenging and complex issues of today

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Aaron Kushner
Orange County Register

Mildred Garcia
Cal State University,

Steve PonTell
LaJolla Institute © 2014