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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 […]

City of Oxnard District 1 – Candidates Forum Thursday Oct 18, 2018

City of Oxnard District 1 – Candidates Forum Thursday Oct 18, 2018

Save the Date – October 18th at 6pm – Performing Arts Center This is a special joint Neighborhood Council meeting See and hear your candidates for Council Person for District 1 Neighborhoods in District 1 are: Channel Islands our neighborhood Oxnard Shores Via Marina Hollywood By The Sea Oxnard Dunes Sea View Estates Sea Air Cabrillo […]

Welcome Republican Congressional Candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. | A Fundraiser

Welcome Republican Congressional Candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. | A Fundraiser

Join us in welcoming… Antonio Sabato Jr. Republican Candidate for the 26th Congressional District to VENTURA! Republicans… Please join us Wednesday, October 10, for a reception and fundraising event in support of Antonio Sabato Jr. for Congress!  Where: Marie Calendars | 1295 S. Victoria Ave. | Ventura When: Wednesday, October 10 | 5:30-7:30pm Donation: $50 RSVP: [email protected] | by October 3rd! For more details click below […]

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 […]

Ken Oplinger Candidate for Oxnard City Council – District 1

Ken Oplinger Candidate for Oxnard City Council – District 1

Why are you running? I’m running in response to calls for strong, emphatic leadership for the 1st District. What do you plan to accomplish? Ensuring a focus on basic services to residents. A functional and predictable planning process. Focus on achievable economic development goals. Why do you think you are qualified to do this? I’ve […]

Corrupt SAC Pols Alter Ballot Measure title

Corrupt SAC Pols Alter Ballot Measure title

  Reform California In early September, I warned you that the Sacramento politicians had intentionally changed the official ballot title of our Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Initiative to remove any reference to gas tax repeal and replace it with a grossly misleading and false title of “Prop 6: Repeals Road Repairs.” Our polling shows […]

Illegal Use of Gas Tax Funds to Campaign Against Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Triggers Federal Investigation

Illegal Use of Gas Tax Funds to Campaign Against Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Triggers Federal Investigation

State and Local government employees have been caught campaigning against Prop 6 on government time; email marked “Sensitive” Sought to “Target” Vulnerable Republican Members of Congress Who Back Prop 6 Today, leaders of the Yes on Prop 6 – Gas Tax Repeal Campaign released emails, government documents, videos, photos, and other evidence showing state and […]

CVUSD board votes down censure resolution of Betsy Connolly

CVUSD board votes down censure resolution of Betsy Connolly

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) voted down a censure of board member Betsy Connolly by a vote of 2-1 (with Connolly and Patricia Phelps voting “No.”).  The lone “Yes” vote came from board member Sandee Everett who had advanced the motion with abstentions from both board members Mike Dunn […]

Reminder- Oxnard Candidates Forum 10-3-18

Reminder- Oxnard Candidates Forum 10-3-18

By George Miller     A forum will be held for Mayoral and District Council candidates on Wed. 10-3-18, 7-930 pm at Oxnard Council chambers – 305 W. Third St.) Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE