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- #CA26 – Jeff Gorell vs Julia Brownley still to close to call: Some results will come out today
- Tuesday is election day – last chance to compare: Jeff Gorell vs Julia Brownley in #CA26
- Jeff Gorell, #CA26 for Congress – First Ad
- Do the Ventura County Democrats represent your views? Really? Let’s find out…
- I am glad Bowe Bergdahl is free, but what about USMC Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi?
- Ventura County Democrat Party stalking local GOP House candidate? And lying about it? Hmmm…
- Julia Brownley (D-CA26) apparently thinks Ventura County is Santa Monica
- Jeff Gorell (Candidate CA-26) and Tony Strickland (Candidate CA-25) formally endorsed by Ventura County GOP
- Congressional race for 26th taking shape for primary election – Ventura County GOP close to an endorsement in CA-26
- GOP has a REAL chance to pick up a House seat in California – Jeff Gorell vs Julia Brownley (CA-26)
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Julia Brownley (D-CA26) apparently thinks Ventura County is Santa Monica
Julia Brownley can’t be allowed to represent Ventura County after November. Continue reading
Posted in 2014 House Races, California Politics Tagged Barack Obama, Bureau of Public Debt, CA-26, CA26, California, Harry Reid, Julia Brownley, United States, Ventura County, Ventura County California Comments Off on Julia Brownley (D-CA26) apparently thinks Ventura County is Santa Monica
USS San Diego (LPD-22) commissioned in San Diego
The USS San Diego is the fourth US Navy ship to be named after the Navy town of San Diego, California. LPD-22 is capable of hauling two LCACs, plus a fully equipped Marine battalion and has a crew of 361 officers and enlisted personnel. From Channel 10 … Continue reading
Posted in California Politics Tagged George Horton, Marine, Navy, San Diego, United States, United States Navy, USS San Diego, World War II Comments Off on USS San Diego (LPD-22) commissioned in San Diego
Support for CA’s Prop 29 Props Up Unethical Politicians and Agenda
Don Perata just won’t go away; California voters will find Proposition 29 on their ballot this June. Supporters bill it as important to cancer research and a sound investment by Californians for California. Opponents highlight some of the more spectacular problems with … Continue reading
Posted in California Props Tagged California, California Cancer Research Act, California Proposition 29, California Proposition 8, Cancer research, Don Perata, Government budget, Government budget deficit, June, Politics, Rugby league positions, Tax, United States, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Voting Comments Off on Support for CA’s Prop 29 Props Up Unethical Politicians and Agenda
*SIGH* Bye Chuck
Well, it happened. Even the Chuck DeVore clan found greener pastures, throwing up their arms for a brighter future in another state; A proud new Texan by way of California’s high taxes and burdensome regulations. (Texas’ veterans’ plate is the … Continue reading
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