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The freshmen Dems who represent some of Orange County's most vulnerable swing districts are all-in on the Trump impeachment inquiry.

Their support reveals just how much politics in Orange County changed since the "blue wave" that swept the formerly conservative stronghold in last year's midterm elections.

Orange County is now officially blue, according to statistics released this August by the county Registrar of Voters -- there are more registered Democrats than Republicans.

Fullerton Rep. Gil Cisneros was the last freshman in O.C. to support an impeachment inquiry, after repeated lobbying by his constituents:

"Don't hide behind your desk, Gil, stand up and start yelling."


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