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NFIB Press Conference- CA CD26 candidate Jeff Gorell Endorsement video

NFIB Press Conference- CA CD26 candidate Jeff Gorell Endorsement video

Candidates Corner By George Miller KADYTV.net televised this press conference and made two videos available- full conference and Jeff Gorell speech only. U.S. Chamber of Commerce spokesman Nick Castor kicked off the session, endorsing California District 26 (most of Ventura County) Congressional candidate Jeff Gorell, who he said votes for growth and jobs  96% of the time, cited […]

Los Angeles Police Protective League urges No on Prop. 47

Los Angeles Police Protective League urges No on Prop. 47

Californians are facing one of our most serious public safety threats in recent memory. The threat is Prop 47 — a ballot initiative that would flood the streets with thousands of dangerous felons and soften penalties to make misdemeanors out of serious crimes that are now felonies.

Candidate’s Corner–Mark Reed for Congress

Candidate’s Corner–Mark Reed for Congress

I am Mark Reed, the elected Candidate for Congress in the 30th District,who wants to restore jobs in the District for ALL SFV residents, regardless of their Party registration. I have a core belief to put Country before Party, People before Politics. It is time to change the representation in the 30th Congressional District. I […]

Argument against Prop. 1— Vote No on the Water Bond

Argument against Prop. 1— Vote No on the Water Bond

Mark your calendars for Oxnard’s Candidate’s Forum–October 1st

Mark your calendars for Oxnard’s Candidate’s Forum–October 1st

                                               

Port Hueneme local politicians, Port President, interviewed on Measure M tax proposal

Port Hueneme local politicians, Port President, interviewed on Measure M tax proposal

By George Miller Peter Godinez of KADYTV conducted a series of video interviews of city council members/candidates and the President, Oxnard Harbor District Commission, on Port Hueneme’s “Measure M” which would raise badly needed revenue, but through significant new taxes impacting business working on the Navy base. Some say that the Council did not adequately engage […]

Jacqui Irwin, candidate for 44th Assembly District speaks up

Jacqui Irwin, candidate for 44th Assembly District speaks up

I am not interested in taking our community left or right; I want to move the 44th Assembly District forward. I want to build on our local successes and help state government operate with similar efficiency and purpose. It shouldn’t matter whether you’re a Democrat or Republican—you should have someone representing you in Sacramento who […]

Bryan MacDonald for Oxnard Mayor

Bryan MacDonald for Oxnard Mayor

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Election heats up: Jeff Gorell responds to Julia Brownley’s TV attack ad

Election heats up: Jeff Gorell responds to Julia Brownley’s TV attack ad

Statement by Jeff Gorell, candidate for California’s 26th Congressional District, regarding Julia Brownley and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s recent television attack ad: “It is very disappointing that Julia Brownley and her allies are engaging in a negative, misleading, and deceitful television campaign. Her team is clearly worried and noticing the trend: voters are overwhelmingly […]

Republican Labor Day BBQ

Republican Labor Day BBQ

by Logan McFadden On September 1st the Ventura County Republican Party held its annual Labor Day BBQ. Supporters and campaign volunteers gathered at the Conejo Creek Park North in Thousand Oaks to meet local, state and national candidates.  Rob McCoy is running for the 44th Assembly District.  McCoy spoke briefly and told the crowd that […]