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Poll | Nearly 60 Percent of Millennials Are Not Familiar with their Congressional District Candidates for Midterms

Poll | Nearly 60 Percent of Millennials Are Not Familiar with their Congressional District Candidates for Midterms

Neetu Chandak | Contributor A majority of millennials between ages 18 and 34 were not familiar with candidates running in their congressional district for the upcoming midterms, according to a poll released Wednesday. NBC News/GenForward at the University of Chicago survey conducted between Sept. 21 and Oct. 6 found 59 percent of millennials were not familiar […]

Official November 6 General Election Information

Official November 6 General Election Information

Tuesday, November 6, 2018, is the General Election in California. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. This email includes important and official voter resources from the California Secretary of State to prepare you to cast your ballot this election. Voter Information Guide Online To research statewide propositions and candidates, visit: […]

Libertarian Election Night Party

Libertarian Election Night Party

The Libertarian Party      What: Libertarian Election Night Party  When: Tuesday, November 6, 2018             6:00 PM  Where: 31700 Lobo Canyon Road, Agoura CA 91301Z              (Exit Kanan Road from the 101; turn toward ocean)Local Libertarians Barry and Sue Bakalor invite all Libertarians in or near  […]

Vote Irene Henry, District 1 Ventura City Council Downtown/Westside

Vote Irene Henry, District 1 Ventura City Council Downtown/Westside

Guest Editorial by Lori Steinhauer   I vote IRENE HENRY District 1 Downtown/Westside Ventura City Council because she is the BEST CHOICE for INDEPENDENCE balanced with COLLABORATION to represent DISTRICT 1 and ALL VENTURA. Irene has the strongest experience – 3 decades of LIVING and endless ADVOCATING, VOLUNTEERING, WORKING for and LEADING the people IN OUR […]

Video Interview of Oxnard District 5 Council Candidate Larry Stein

Video Interview of Oxnard District 5 Council Candidate Larry Stein

      Peter Godinez interviews Oxnard District 5  City Council Candidate Larry Stein   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

RED WAVE: Ventura County!

RED WAVE: Ventura County!

Ventura County Republicans,  We’re in the final stretch! Stop by one of our offices to do your part to lead our Republican candidates to VICTORY on November 6th! 280 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Suite E Thousand Oaks (10am-6pm, Monday-Saturday) or 2878 E. Cochran St. Simi Valley (9am-9pm, Monday-Sunday) Click the button below to sign-up to volunteer today:   CLICK HERE […]

Greater Oxnard Dems

Greater Oxnard Dems

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Yes on Prop 6 Campaign to File Action Over False and Misleading Ballot Title on Gas Tax Repeal Initiative

Yes on Prop 6 Campaign to File Action Over False and Misleading Ballot Title on Gas Tax Repeal Initiative

“California voters are being deceived and defrauded – their votes are being stolen and this action is our only remedy at this late stage” WHAT: The Yes on Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal campaign will announce a legal action as they seek a last-minute remedy to the false and misleading ballot title that was given by […]

Super Saturday for Oxnard Council Candidate Oplinger

Super Saturday for Oxnard Council Candidate Oplinger

Ken Oplinger for Oxnard District 1 City Council       Friends and Neighbors: We are coming into the final days of this important election, and the momentum is clearly on our side here in the first district!  With the recent endorsement from the VC Reporter and the broad support we are getting from all […]

Camarillo: Ending The Village to Save It?

Camarillo: Ending The Village to Save It?

By Mike Smith I will be voting for all three incumbents of the Camarillo City Council. The fact they voted to keep Camarillo an SB54 Sanctuary City is shameful. However, ‘ending the village to save it’ is not needed or possible for a city like Camarillo. And it is still safer under (Mayor) Craven, Morgan […]