Talk is cheap. Teacher and Citizen Legislator Sharon Quirk-Silva is delivering for Orange County’s families. More funding for schools, freezing tuition costs for state universities, supporting new and expanding small businesses, and keeping residents safe. A teacher who knows how to lead.
It’s time for us to reconnect, catch up and have fun! Let’s enjoy ice cream together! This isn’t a fundraiser—just an opportunity for me to show my appreciation and update you on our 2018 campaign!
In addition, we’d like to show you our new campaign office!
When: Saturday, July 28 at 4 PM – 6 PM
Where: 421 N Brookhurst St, Suite 100; Anaheim, CA
For more info click here.
Election Day is rapidly approaching. Did you know that it is easy to find your polling place, apply to vote-by-mail, request a replacement ballot, and download your sample ballot? Just go to the Orange County Registrar of Voters Office website.
If you have any problems you can call the Registrar at (714) 567-7600 for further assistance.
The cost of a UC education has skyrocketed 469% over the past 30 years. That hurts students, family and our state as a whole.
So, on May 22 I rolled out new legislation, Assembly Constitutional Amendment 27 (ACA 27), which checks the power of the University of California (UC) Regents and the UC President. The legislation would require greater transparency and openness in setting salaries, and how the UC system spends money.
The next step: I need you to sign our petition encouraging passage of ACA 27. Please click here to add your voice!!
FULLERTON, CA—65th Assembly District Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva today announced receiving endorsements from the California Federation of Labor and the Orange County Business Council for her 2018 re-election campaign.
“I think this says that people like working with someone who has a teacher’s values,” said Quirk-Silva. “I work hard at listening, treating everyone with respect, and finding solutions that are fair.” (more…)
Four years later and I’m still jealous of how good Ken Jackson looked on that motorcycle.
After 30 years, I still love teaching… that’s why I’m running.
Applying values learned in the classroom to moving California forward.