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Miguel Lopez for Mayor Campaign Headquarters Grand Opening in Downtown Oxnard, this Wednesday

Miguel Lopez for Mayor Campaign Headquarters Grand Opening in Downtown Oxnard, this Wednesday

Debate to be Held on Two Competing Countywide Measures Regarding Open Space and Agricultural Lands

Debate to be Held on Two Competing Countywide Measures Regarding Open Space and Agricultural Lands

Oxnard City Council Candidate Daniel Chavez, Jr. fundraiser

Oxnard City Council Candidate Daniel Chavez, Jr. fundraiser

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn harbor campaign fundraiser event

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn harbor campaign fundraiser event

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn held a re-election campaign fundraiser at the tony Seabridge Club in the Seabridge neighborhood, one of the newest sections in town. The session was for residents of the Channel Islands Harbor communities Seabridge and nearby Westport. Along with the freely flowing drinks and tasty food was the campaign […]

Larry Stein launched campaign for Oxnard City Treasurer

Larry Stein launched campaign for Oxnard City Treasurer

By Dan Pinedo Larry Stein of the city of Oxnard, California launched his campaign for city treasurer on August 10, 2016 with a kickoff event at China Square Restaurant in downtown Oxnard. Larry, an accountant, has worked in the private sector for 25 years. Larry attends city council meetings regularly and monitors the city finances […]

Tri-Counties Central Labor Council AFL-CIO, endorses Lopez for Mayor

Tri-Counties Central Labor Council AFL-CIO, endorses Lopez for Mayor

What the #NeverTrump crowd doesn’t understand

What the #NeverTrump crowd doesn’t understand

A political action committee has been convened by a group of prominent Republicans staffers to organize GOP support for the Libertarian presidential ticket of Gary Johnson. Hillary Clinton’s campaign, according to multiple reports, is actively looking to recruit establishment Republicans primed to defect and support her nomination. Meg Whitman, a major GOP donor and former […]

Aaron Starr kicks off his Campaign for Oxnard City Council

Aaron Starr kicks off his Campaign for Oxnard City Council

By Raven West, Dan Pinedo & George Miller Aaron Starr is a local civic activist and high-powered Controller of Haas Automation, a nearly $1 billion Oxnard manufacturer of numerically controlled machine tools. He held his City Council campaign kickoff at Tomas Cafe on downtown “A” Street on Sunday, 8-8-16.  He brings strong finance and business […]

Oxnard Nov. 2016 ballot measure descriptions/arguments

Oxnard Nov. 2016  ballot measure descriptions/arguments

By George Miller Print this and linked analyses out- forward to Oxnard friends, relatives, associates   Three Oxnard-specific ballot measures will be voted on in November. They are all controversial and all have pro’s and con’s. We will attempt to provide accurate information to help voters decide. This attempts to provide for each measure an as […]

Trump Attacks Clinton’s ‘Short-Circuit’ Claim

Trump Attacks Clinton’s ‘Short-Circuit’ Claim

Republican nominee Donald Trump tweeted his response to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s first press conference in over 240 days, criticizing Clinton for saying she “short-circuited” when she told supporters FBI director James Comey said her comments were honest. Clinton made an appearance at a conference hosted by the National Association of Black Journalists, and the […]