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De la Pena, Engler & Jones Elected to Thousand Oaks City Council

De la Pena, Engler & Jones Elected to Thousand Oaks City Council

By George Miller In a field of 11 candidates, incumbent Claudia Bill de la Pena (19%), Bob Engler (18.78%) and Ed Jones (16.6%) were elected to the Thousand Oaks City Council. Jones is currently City Parks Director and previously held office decades ago.l Losing out were newcomer Kevin McNamee (11.85%), incumbent Joel Price (11.23%) and Tom […]

Poll | Nearly 60 Percent of Millennials Are Not Familiar with their Congressional District Candidates for Midterms

Poll | Nearly 60 Percent of Millennials Are Not Familiar with their Congressional District Candidates for Midterms

Neetu Chandak | Contributor A majority of millennials between ages 18 and 34 were not familiar with candidates running in their congressional district for the upcoming midterms, according to a poll released Wednesday. NBC News/GenForward at the University of Chicago survey conducted between Sept. 21 and Oct. 6 found 59 percent of millennials were not familiar […]

Ventura Unified School District 1 2018 Board Candidates Debate

Ventura Unified School District 1 2018 Board Candidates Debate

Moderated by League of Women Voters, published on CAPSTV, Ventura Candidates: Thomas Luna, Anthony Krzywickj, Velma Lomax  Event Video, published on CAPSTV, Ventura LWV Forum – VUSD Area 1 from CAPS Media on Vimeo. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Ventura’s District 1 City Council Debate Candidates Differentiate Themselves

Ventura’s District 1 City Council Debate Candidates Differentiate Themselves

By Kiana Nordskog   On September 20, 2018, The League of Women Voters hosted a debate between Ventura’s district one’s city council candidates, Irene V. Henry, Marco Cuevas, Kevin Clerici, and Sofia Rubalcava. Henry, a businesswoman, emphasized connecting west side to the beach and downtown by making the trolley route longer and capping the freeway. […]

Conejo Valley Schools: I voted for Dunn, Chen and Simpson

Conejo Valley Schools: I voted for Dunn, Chen and Simpson

By Tony Dolz   I just put my ballot in the mailbox.  Free quality public education is important to me, so I gave my vote for school board candidates a lot of thought.  I want the best possible education for my two children who are in district schools.  I also dream about all our children […]

Election 2018: The Mysterious Judiciary

Election 2018: The Mysterious Judiciary

By George Miller I thought I knew about our election candidates, at least until my ballot just came in the mail with all of these totally unknown (to me) judicial candidates:   Carol Corrigan- Associate  Justice Supreme Court Leondra Kruger- Associate  Justice Supreme Court Victoria Chaney- Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 2nd Apel. Dist., Div […]

Ventura | Important Advice For 2018 Council Candidates

Ventura | Important Advice For 2018 Council Candidates

“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.” —Lewis Carroll Ask anyone what the pressing issues are facing Ventura; you’ll get a variety of answers. With the unprecedented departure of three serving City Councilmembers, this is an excellent time to get the perspectives of those who have served. Having […]

Libertarian Party of Ventura County presents “Getting Libertarians Elected and Re-Elected to Office” October 23rd

Libertarian Party of Ventura County presents “Getting Libertarians Elected and Re-Elected to Office”  October 23rd

  Kathleen O’Brien, member of the Rancho Simi Recreation & Park District Board of Directors and Events Committee Chair of the LPVC will be the special guest speaker at the quarterly business/dinner meeting on Tuesday,  Ottavio’s Italian Restaurant, 1620 Ventura Blvd, Camarillo. Dinner is $26 per person. In 2000, Kate won a seat on the […]

Gubernatorial Candidates #StandWithSeniors and Commit to Developing a Statewide Master Plan on Aging

Gubernatorial Candidates #StandWithSeniors and Commit to Developing a Statewide Master Plan on Aging

(SACRAMENTO) – With 36 days left until the election, both candidates for California governor have committed to addressing the looming senior care crisis and creating a California master plan on aging. Currently, one in five older adults lives in poverty and, in just a decade, the state will see an increase of four million more […]

Eight Oxnard Council/Mayor Candidates Compete in 3 Sessions

Eight Oxnard Council/Mayor Candidates Compete in 3 Sessions

By Michael Hernandez OXNARD—The League of Women Voters hosted a Thursday South Oxnard Election Forum at the South Oxnard Senior Center, 200 E. Bard Road, (video recorded by KADY TV.com) where eight candidates (two running for Mayor and six running for seats on the Oxnard City Council in Districts 5 and 6) shared their views […]

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