NOCCC Meeting Announcement


 REMINDER: Join Us On Thursday, January 15 for the first meeting of 2015!   

To begin the new year, NOCCC and Fullerton CRA have teamed up for a joint meeting to highlight and discuss some of the most important issues and activities that residents of North OC should get involved with in 2015. Start the new year off by deciding to stand for liberty. You can make a difference. Please come and invite your friends and neighbors!

Topics for this meeting will be:

  • Update on North Orange County Community College District $575 million bond measure court challenge.
  • How becoming a member of your local California Republican Assembly (CRA) can have an effect on local elections.
  • What is the OC Republican Party Central Committee and how do they influence elections?

Special guest speaker:  With the help of grassroots conservatives, a new Republican majority Congress was sworn in this month and with Obama’s aggressive agenda, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Respected North Orange County leader and Fullerton City Council Member, Bruce Whitaker will give us an update on how their actions will impact our lives here in Orange County.

See you at our NEW LOCATION:

North Orange County Veterans’ Club
770 South Brea Blvd., Brea
(Just north of Imperial Highway)

3rd Thursday of the Month
January 15, 2015 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Why is working with our neighboring cities important? Because elected officials often follow the advice and policies of their fellow leaders. NOCCC wants to inform you and encourage you to GET INVOLVED so we can influence all of our OC cities to support LIMITED GOVERNMENT, ECONOMIC LIBERTY AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY!

*$5.00 suggested donation to help cover costs.


North Orange County Conservative Coalition

Our Vision:  Ensuring a future of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all Americans by restoring constitutionally limited government.

Our Mission:  NOCCC is a group of concerned citizens in North Orange County dedicated to advancing the principles of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution through education, community outreach, direct grassroots action, media, one-on-one communications, and the empowerment of leaders. We promote constitutionally limited government, the rule of law, individual liberty, free enterprise, private property, personal responsibility, the abolition of corruption, and color-blind equality.