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For questions regarding this webpage and subsections, please contact Yongho Kim.
November 2014 Elections
Anaheim NH 1
애너하임 주민발의안 L과 M 찬성 촉구하는 명단. 오렌지 카운티 사무실에서 전화하시는 분만 사용해주세요.
- IDs: vnm21, vnm22, vnm23, vnm24, vnm25, vnm26, vnm27, vnm29, vnm30
- 1:30-4:30 only (do not call in the evening)
- 투표소 찾기
- Voters can call NAKASEC 703-256-2208 for help with polling site
- Polling hours are from 6 am to 7 pm.
Candidates that are running are below:
- Senator: Mark Warner-Democrat, Ed Gilesppie-Republican
- District 8: Don Beyer-Democrat, Mikah Edmond-Republican
- District 10: John Foust-Democrat, Barbara Comstock-Republican
- District 11: Gerry Connolly-Democrat, Suzanne Scholtz-Republican
If voters do not have a Voter Photo ID, you can get a temporary photo ID from the Office of the Registrar, or at a satellite voting location.
Volunteer Registration and Sign In
- DACA Entry (2014-07)
- Naturalization Service entry
- 2014 Housing Petition
- Health Access Service Entry
- Fund Info
- OC ACA Entry
- Service Stats Temporary Entry (will be imported to PowerBase later)
- Immigration Petition Entry
- Old check in
All these accounts use the staff level password.
Non-everyday use accounts
No longer used or being phased out
Google Spreadsheet Quick Links
- Blog: New post
- Wiki: Admin (English), (Korean), Recent changes, 최근 바뀜
- Shortcuts: Cat:Forms Category:Enclosed content
- Upload: Wiki (Multiple, Menu (English), (Korean), CSS Edit
- Widgets (Korean): Appointment Form
- Server: Control Panel, Webmin
Previous Phone Banking
KRC City Elections 2013 Phone Banking
June 2014 Elections
- Old Lists
- ↑ Technically, this is not an intranet, and closer to an extranet, but the concept of an intranet is easier to understand, which is why we use this term.