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Forum for three Thousand Oaks City Council candidates- video

Forum for three Thousand Oaks City Council candidates- video

By George Miller The Westlake and Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated group sponsored this April 17 event at Los Robles Greens, ailment which consisted simply of the three Republican candidates- Dan Roundtree, site Ed Jones and Rob McCoy- each talking for 12 minutes, troche no questions. The event was video-recorded by KADYTV. Graduating Newbury Park […]

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

By William Hicks The debate was opened with a prayer by Evelyn Colby and followed by the Pledge of Allegiance with Terry Howard. There were members of both the Thousand Oaks Republican Womens Federated and her Sister counterpart from Westlake Village. A scholarship was earned by Henry Herata for his essay on “What The Constitution […]

Help McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council Campaign

Help McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council Campaign

Voter Outreach – We need Your Help for Calling or Walking Voter Outreach – April 18 Volunteers Needed for Calling & Walking This weekend we’re continuing the outreach activities to let voters know about Rob’s campaign for Thousand Oaks City Council. We need as many people as possible on Saturday. Your help for just a […]

Paul expected to announce his run for the White House

Paul expected to announce his run for the White House

It’s expected that Senator Rand Paul will be announcing his presidential bid this Tuesday.  He gave a teaser in the video below: “A different kind of Republican leader.”  It remains to be seen if the Libertarian leaning senator, son of retried Congressman Ron Pau, both of whom are doctors, will stand out from the growing […]

Bonnie Weigel announces candidacy for District 1 VC Supervisor

Bonnie Weigel announces candidacy for District 1 VC Supervisor

By KADYTV.com     FoodShare CEO Bonnie Weigel announced her candidacy today for District 1 Ventura County Supervisor. Bonnie Weigel announcement link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv2LGxZ5zCM Former District Atty Michael Bradbury endorses Bonnie Weigel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOJx-KG4zh0 Bonnie Weigel interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxBzJkmbqN8   Weigel declares for Ventura County supervisor race   ____________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep […]

Noted radio talk show host Mark Isler running for LA Community College Board of Trustees

Noted radio talk show host Mark Isler running for LA Community College Board of Trustees

 Candidates Corner By Mark Isler I am running for the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees to reverse a long decline in the quality and performance of our educational system.  Too many of our students graduate from high school who can’t read, write, spell, or even fill out a job application.  In turn because of […]

Port Hueneme: New Council Members, Mayor; Getting our beach and pier back

Port Hueneme: New Council Members, Mayor; Getting our beach and pier back

By George Miller Newly elected Council members Jim Hensley and Tom Figg were sworn in. Hensley is a long time activist who ran against the Measure M business tax, was for transparency and school crossing guards. At one time years back, he was in charge of six VA hospitals. Figg ran on his impressive experience […]

Oxnard election winners sworn in- no change to the Council

Oxnard election winners sworn in- no change to the Council

By George Miller After approving the vote canvass from Ventura County Elections Division, the Council authorized swearing in re-elected Mayor Tim Flynn  and Councilmembers Carmen Ramirez (who topped the council vote by far, as previously reported) and Bert Perello. Perello barely squeaked in by only 10 votes over opponent former Navy Chief of Surface Naval Warfare […]

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

By George Miller After the better part of a month, while both contenders Steve Huber and incumbent Bert Perello waited on tenderhooks, were left in suspense, twisted in the wind, nailbited, agonized (did I omit any cliches?), Perello  finally won by a whisker- just 10 votes. Due to the closeness of the contest, a recount is […]

Breaking: Perello now further ahead of Huber in Oxnard Council Race

Breaking: Perello now further ahead of Huber in Oxnard Council Race

By George Miller  In a very close race, as counting continues, incumbent Bert Perello pulled ahead of challenger Steve Huber by 31 votes, reported Gerard Kupuscik minutes ago, confirmed on VC web site. as of 11/18- now 45 ahead Mr.. Kapuscik’s  words: “Late breaking ballot counting news! After the last of 5500 mailed in ballots were tallied, […]