OC GOP's Apocalypse Now

The party's over for Republicans in Orange County and California

"Let's get things done together," she said. "I'm not opposed to reaching across the aisle. I had to do that on the Fullerton City Council. The political season can come later."

She's heard rumors that Republicans are already aiming to make her a one-term wonder.

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"I'm very aware they want to take back that seat," said Quirk-Silva. "But whether I serve two or four or six years or more is ultimately up to the voters in the district. If I lose in the future, I have no problem going back to the good life I had in the classroom."

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