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NOVEMBER 2018 General Election

NOVEMBER 6, 2018

Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.





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County Supervisor








Todd Spitzer


I am inspired and proud to dedicate my career to public service as an Orange County Supervisor and former California State Assembly Member. As District Attorney I pledge to always uphold the rule of law, put people’s safety first and work tirelessly to make certain justice is served for victims and their families. We must restore faith and trust in our law enforcement and justice system.


As a former prosecutor and current Chairman of the Orange County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, I know what it takes to get justice for victims and work with the community to solve crimes and ensure violent felons stay behind bars. But we also must work to stop crime before it starts. As a former high school teacher and School Board Trustee and business owner, I know that solutions to complex crime problems begins by solving critical issues like homelessness, our kids’ broken education system and ensuring that our economy is growing to provide job opportunities for more







Mayor of Anaheim Tom Tait


“Todd Spitzer understands that we must focus on crime prevention to keep kids out of crime and gangs in the first place.”




Shawn Nelson, Vice Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors


“I have worked alongside my colleague Todd Spitzer for a number of years and found him to be a principled leader who cares deeply about the people and victims of Orange County.”


“The District Attorney’s office in Orange County is on the wrong track and deserves a fresh direction. Poor leadership and decision making is denying the citizens the top rate agency they deserve. It is time for a change. Todd Spitzer brings decades of experience as a prosecutor, public servant and advocate for the victims of Orange County. Todd is the choice to make the needed change and modernize and improve the office of the District Attorney.”






Recent News


October 16, 2018

Rackaucakas Exploits Early Voting by Changing Date of Newport Beach Surgeon Arraignment by Two Weeks


Change Of Date Notice Comes One Day After Orange County Register Endorses Spitzer For DA Demanding New Leadership


Spitzer To Discuss Search Warrant Warning By Police Of “More Victims” And Why Case Prosecutor Has Been Replaced


ORANGE COUNTY – October 16 – After already waiting nine months from the execution of a search warrant on Newport Beach Surgeon Grant William Robicheaux to make an arrest, Rackauckas plans to announce new victims who came forward from his staged press conference on September 19th, in Superior Court on Wednesday, October 17, 2018.



October 15, 2018

Spitzer Wins Coveted Orange County Register Endorsement


“Spitzer Best DA For All Of Orange County”


ORANGE COUNTY – October 15 – Todd Spitzer, candidate for District Attorney, won the endorsement from leading Orange County Newspaper, the Orange County Register, whose headline led with: “Spitzer Best DA for All of Orange County.” The sub-headline also speaks volumes: “It’s time for change in the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.” The Editorial Board praised Spitzer’s commitment “to bring transparency, accountability and reform to the District Attorney’s office” and said, “[h]is promise to take reform seriously is an earnest one.”



October 12, 2018

Dominick Rivetti Retired Chief Investigator with the L.A. County District Attorney's Office Endorses Spitzer


Spitzer’s Vast Experience And Commitment To Public Safety Issues Earns Him Another Major Law Enforcement Endorsement


ORANGE COUNTY – October 12 – Todd Spitzer’s campaign is proud to announce the endorsement from Dominick Rivetti, retired chief of the Bureau of Investigations for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. A 45-year law enforcement veteran, Rivetti has also served as Chief of the San Fernando and Beverly Hills Police Departments. Rivetti is now the second Los Angeles County bureau chief to endorse Spitzer following retired Chief Steve Simonian.



October 9, 2018

Spitzer Scores Major Endorsement from Radio Talk Show Hosts John and Ken


ORANGE COUNTY – October 9 – Today, top U.S. radio talk show hosts at KFI AM 640, John and Ken, endorsed Todd Spitzer for Orange County District Attorney. This comes after Bill Handel announced his support, making this Spitzer’s second major endorsement from KFI radio. As the media distances themselves from the scandal-ridden, embattled incumbent, Todd Spitzer racks up all the major endorsements.



October 5, 2018

Senior O.C. Deputy D.A. Describes Rackauckas' Workplace Culture of Harassment in New Spitzer Ad


Senior Orange County Deputy D.A. Speaks Out Against The Pain Rackauckas Caused By Allowing A Workplace Culture Of Sexual Harassment To Thrive In His Office


ORANGE COUNTY – October 5 – Today, the Todd Spitzer for District Attorney campaign released a video advertisement condemning Rackauckas who turned a blind eye to an abusive workplace culture of sexual harassment described by senior Orange County Deputy District Attorney, Karen Schatzle.



October 4, 2018

Rackauckas Solicits Campaign Cash from OCDA Convicted Prosecutor Who Betrayed Office Under His Watch


Campaign Donor Was Known By Rackauckas As Convicted Felon For Leaking Confidential Information from Inside the DA’s Office In O.C. Drug Ring Tied to the Hell’s Angels


ORANGE COUNTY – October 4 – Today, the Todd Spitzer for District Attorney campaign revealed more contributions from convicted felons reflected by his attached campaign finance statements (Form 460).


October 2, 2018

Rackauckas Caught with Abysmal Felony Conviction Rate of Only 62%


Rackauckas Reduces His Own Charged Felonies To Misdemeanors 22% Of The Time; Loses Or Dismisses 15%


ORANGE COUNTY – October 2 – Public safety of Orange County is left exposed under Rackauckas who recklessly pursued a high conviction rate while withdrawing, reducing, and flat-out losing felony cases at rates much higher than his counterparts across the state of California and especially as compared to jurisdictions surrounding Orange County. Only 62% of O.C. felony cases from 2008 to 2016 resulted in felony convictions whereas Rackauckas’ counterparts had much better conviction rates. [1]



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