New district boundaries for the Orange County Board of Supervisors were approved Tuesday, with few changes for the Garden Grove-Stanton-Westminster area.
The board voted 4-1 to approve the plan, which was not without controversy.
All of Santa Ana, Garden Grove and Westminster will now be included in the First District, along with a portion of southern Anaheim.
The new First District boundaries split Fountain Valley, including that portion of the city north of Warner Avenue.
The First is represented by Janet Nguyen, a former member of the Garden Grove City Council. The slice of Fountain Valley north of Warner is heavily Vietnamese, and the change was an effort to keep the largest number of Vietnamese voters in the same district.
Stanton will be in the Second District, an area which loops down from Cypress in the north down all the way along the coast to Newport Beach.
A proposal by the League of Latin American Citizens to include heavily Hispanic Stanton in the First District was rejected.
The new districts will take effect in a month..