IN THEIR OWN WORDS…
With FivePoint dumping millions into the “Yes on B” campaign, it’s been hard for voters to tell fact from fiction.
From the beginning, ICNV has been reporting on the FACT that the Save the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park campaign was organized and supported by Irvine veterans, along with their families, friends and neighbors.
In the first of a series of videos from campaign supporters, U.S. Army veteran and longtime Irvine resident, Les Higa explains why he is voting NO on Measure B on June 5th:
To learn more about the NO on B campaign, click here.
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