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Santa Paula | Notice of Extension for Election Nomination Period for 3 Council Seats

Santa Paula | Notice of Extension for Election Nomination Period for 3 Council Seats

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Elections Code Section 10225, the nomination period for obtaining and submitting candidacy documents for the three City Council positions in Santa Paula is officially extended to August 15, 2018 at 5:00 PM. The General Municipal Election will be held in the City of Santa Paula on Tuesday, November […]

Moorpark City Councilmember David Pollock Announces Bid for Re-election to the Moorpark City Council

Moorpark City Councilmember David Pollock Announces Bid for Re-election to the Moorpark City Council

(Moorpark, CA) – Moorpark City Councilmember David Pollock has formally announced his re-election bid to the Moorpark City Council in the November 6, 2018 election. He is running for this third full term on the City Council and is the only incumbent running. “I’m honored to have been given the opportunity to work on improving […]

Michael Barone: California results suggest blue wave has crested and ebbed

Michael Barone: California results suggest blue wave has crested and ebbed

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Newt Gingrich believes the RED WAVE has begun for November.  Here in the Confederate State of California our candidates has three movements going for them. Strong support for repeal of the gas tax. Statewide, even Democrat opposition to SB 54 Support for charter schools and schools […]

Gas Taxes Loom Large as Pro-Trump Candidate Seeks California’s Governor’s Mansion

Gas Taxes Loom Large as Pro-Trump Candidate Seeks California’s Governor’s Mansion

Chris White | Energy Reporter California GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox is slated to take on former San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom as citizens in the Golden State continue to rail against a Democrat-led gas tax increase. Cox has received President Donald Trump’s ringing endorsement as the Republican seeks to do what many think is […]

Oxnard City Clerk to Hold Educational Sessions for Residents Interested in Running for City Council in November Election

Oxnard City Clerk to Hold Educational Sessions for Residents Interested in Running for City Council in November Election

The Oxnard City Clerk’s office will hold three upcoming educational sessions for residents interested in running for City Council seats within Districts 1, 2, 5 and 6 in the November 2018 election. “The sessions are an opportunity for anyone who may have thought about running for City Council but didn’t know what to expect or […]

Voter guide from Howard Jarvis for Election Day on Tuesday, June 5

Voter guide from Howard Jarvis for Election Day on Tuesday, June 5

Tuesday, June 5, is Election Day in California. To find your polling place, click here to access the Secretary of State’s voter information page, or contact your county elections office. Click here for a list of county elections offices. You can also call the Secretary of State’s toll-free Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683).  Visit HJTA’s dedicated site […]

Democrats Spend Extra Millions in California Primary to Avoid ‘Disaster’

Democrats Spend Extra Millions in California Primary to Avoid ‘Disaster’

By Adelle Nazarian Democrats are reportedly spending millions of extra dollars in California in an attempt to prevent a primary “disaster” that would hurt their goal of regaining control of the U.S. House of Representatives this year. The problem they face in several Republican-held districts they hoped to win is that they have too many candidates. […]

Republican Supervisor Candidate Waters Brags About Hiring Thousands of Illegal Aliens

Republican Supervisor Candidate Waters Brags About Hiring Thousands of Illegal Aliens

By George Miller Andy Waters is a Republican candidate, running for Ventura County Supervisor to replace departing Peter Foy. His opponents are Simi Valley Mayor Bob Huber and Bernardo Perez. Waters is a Moorpark farmer who had some amazing things to say at an April 20 Republican Women Federated candidate forum. His actual name appears […]

Belief Clinton would win election ‘factor’ in email probe: Comey

Belief Clinton would win election ‘factor’ in email probe: Comey

Former FBI chief James Comey said his belief that Hillary Clinton would be elected president in 2016 “was a factor” in his handling of the probe into her misuse of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

by Jeffrey A. … conservative Christopher Bedford wrote the other day at the Daily Caller, “Executive governance is out of style. On Friday, while 26 Senate Democrats up for re-election went home to their states or elsewhere …

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