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League of Women Voters Announces Forum for the 25th Congressional District

League of Women Voters Announces Forum for the 25th Congressional District

League of Women Voters of Ventura County (LWVVC), a nonpartisan political organization, will host a forum for Congressional candidates Steve Knight and Katie Hill.  Knight and Hill are vying to represent California’s 25th Congressional District which covers most of Simi Valley.  The District also includes Santa Clarita, Palmdale, Lancaster and other parts of northern Los […]

AD44 Kennedy-Irwin Debate Tuesday Oct 9, 630 PM, Camarillo City Hall!

AD44 Kennedy-Irwin Debate Tuesday Oct 9, 630 PM, Camarillo City Hall!

From: Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy Sent: Saturday, October 6, 22:22 Subject: Candidate Forum 10/9 Ronda NEEDS you! Hello Friends, The League of Women Voters of Ventura County is holding a forum for California State Assembly District #44 candidates on Tuesday, October 9. 6:30-7:10 p.m. for AD44 candidates) .  Jacqui Irwin is attending. This is not a debate, […]

A Conservation with Port Hueneme City Council Candidates

A Conservation with Port Hueneme City Council Candidates

 Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview show about people, places and things in Port Hueneme. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Tom Adams for TO City Council | ‘Vote For Prop 6’

Tom Adams for TO City Council | ‘Vote For Prop 6’

  By Timothy Bond   As a 46-year resident of Thousand Oaks and a registered independent voter, being neither a Republican or Democrat, I want to take an opportunity here to encourage you to vote for Thomas Adams for our city council. I have known Tom for years.  He is a father, husband, grandfather, entrepreneur, […]

Also on the November ballot? Lots and lots of school bonds

Also on the November ballot? Lots and lots of school bonds

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views California government schools just reported on their standardized results.  At best they reached a 60% passage—with 50% of the students.  By any measure, this is a massive failure.  Instead of fixing the curriculum and system, the educrats demand more money, to be spent the same way.  […]

Laura D. Hernandez for Port Hueneme City Council 2018

Laura D. Hernandez  for Port Hueneme City Council 2018

As a 20-year resident of Port Hueneme, I look forward to the opportunity to serve our community as a member of your City Council. My priorities are public safety, fiscal responsibility and civic engagement. My desire is to improve Port Hueneme as a desirable place to live, work and play. With over 30 years of […]

Oxnard Dist 2 Council Candidate Lance Ralston Interview

Oxnard Dist 2 Council Candidate Lance Ralston Interview

By Peter K. Godinez   Ed. note: Local businessman Peter Godinez interviewed Oxnard District 2 Council candidate Lance Ralston on his background, why public service and running for council, how he’d go about it and what are his priorities. Here is the 11+ minute video:    Lance Ralston | Candidate for Oxnard City Council […]

Santa Paula Candidate Forum: Hits and Misses

Santa Paula Candidate Forum: Hits and Misses

By Sheryl Hamlin Citizens filled the seats in the Santa Paula Community Center for the October 4, 2018 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters with about one hundred in attendance. The first “hit” of the evening was the presentation of the colors by the American Heritage Girls Troop, whose Coordinator Miriam Zamora, […]

CA Bail Elimination Experiment to Begin- Local Officials Comment

CA Bail Elimination Experiment to Begin- Local Officials Comment

By George Miller Hundreds of years of use of the cash bail system for defendants is about to be ended in California by legislative action.   The system of posting bail for release for criminal charges pending trial dates back to at least 1677, with the English Habeas Corpus Act. The English Bill of Rights […]

Eber: Hobson’s choice, “TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT”, await voters in California Senate race

Eber: Hobson’s choice, “TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT”, await voters in California Senate race

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  It is with great sadness and regret that I withdraw my support for Diane Feinstein in her race for US Senator from California against Kevin De Leon.  Up to now she had my strong backing as a result of a distinguished political career that goes back to […]