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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






Recent News


January 16, 2018

Spitzer Challenges Rackauckas to Four Debates


Orange County – January 16 – Today Todd Spitzer has challenged District Attorney Tony Rackauckas to debate him on live television in a series of four regional media-sponsored events.

January 10, 2018

Rackauckas Endorsed Judge Steiner Knowing he was Censured for Sexual Exploitation

Orange County – January 10 – In the last election cycle, Rackauckas endorsed Superior Court Judge Steiner who pled guilty to violating eleven counts of Judicial Canons by the Commission on Judicial Performance, which nearly caused his removal from the Bench.1 The first group of charges centered on his misconduct for having sex in his Courthouse Chambers with two different women who were his former Chapman Law students where Steiner had been an adjunct professor. One went on to be his law clerk/intern, and the other became a practicing attorney who appeared before him. The second group of charges focussed on Steiner’s use of undue influence in trying to secure employment for his clerk/intern with Rackauckas’ office. The last group of charges involved Steiner’s failure to disclose personal relationships and improperly referring cases in which he had a personal conflict with other judges without consulting the Presiding Judge as required by court procedure.


December 20, 2017

Rackauckas Allowed Workplace Sexual Harassment

OC Grand Jury Found A “Boys-Will-Be-Boys” Mentality Was Used To Trivialize Inappropriate Male Behavior


Orange County – December 20 – Rackauckas’ complacency and continued lack of oversight as a workplace leader led to an abusive culture of sexual misconduct at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. In 2015, an email complaint sent to county officials, including Rackauckas, warned of the predatory nature of Chief Investigator for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, Craig Hunter, who allegedly “sexted” and solicited nude photographs while on duty from his county phone according to a complainant who is an attorney licensed in the state of California.


December 6, 2017

DA Violates Mary's Law and Suffers Reversal of Law Todd Spitzer Co-Wrote and Led for California


Orange County – December 6 – After a desperate attempt by DA Rackauckas to rectify another botched case, a judge ordered the re-sentencing of a drunk driver who only received the low term state prison sentence in a hit-and-run offense with serious injuries because of gross prosecutorial error. The misconduct occurred because of the lax training by District Attorney Tony Rackauckas who allowed his prosecutors to disregard the California Constitution that governs a victim’s rights during a prosecution.



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