Christina Avila has been working for the Registrar of Voters office as the Campaign Disclosure Filing Officer since 1998. She previously worked with the Social Services Agency as an Assignment Clerk for six years before coming to the Registrar of Voters’ office.
Christina is responsible for the filing, auditing, and assessing of campaign disclosure filings and communication with the District Attorney’s office. These financial statements are required for each candidate running for political office and/or elected officials. Christina must ensure that each filed campaign disclosure report conforms to statutory regulations. There are more than 1,000 candidates/committees and elected officials in Orange County. Christina works with our campaign finance e-filing system, which is an electronic system that allows a candidate the opportunity to submit campaign disclosure reports electronically. She also assists with Candidate Filing, election supply distribution, polling place ADA compliance and our MyBallot Student Election program.
Christina enjoys the variety of her work and finds that each day brings new challenges and opportunities to do the things she loves the most – to help the public. She considers it a privilege to serve the candidates, elected officials and voters of Orange County. Christina notes that “(her) goal is to give accurate information and friendly customer service to candidates, elected officials and the voters of Orange County.”