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Ventura Council | Lorrie has been Endorsed by the Central Labor Council

Ventura Council | Lorrie has been Endorsed by the Central Labor Council

I support the workers right to choose a union and I plan to protect policies that give working families a chance. Janus did not stop the Union The union did not give up in the face of the Supreme Court decision that tried to cripple unions across the nations. They just got stronger. Here’s what […]

Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Public Hearing on the Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality

Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Public Hearing on the Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality

By Oxnard Councilman Bert Perello Editor’s note: Channel Islands Harbor is within Councilman Perello’s new Oxnard district-based voting area (District1)   From the Working Desk of Bert E. Perello City Councilman 300 West Third Street, 4th Floor Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 240-6194 E-mail: [email protected] Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional […]

Reception for Antonio Sabato Jr. for Congress

Reception for Antonio Sabato Jr. for Congress

        Antonio Sabato, Jr. for Congress Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Fundraiser to Elect Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly 44

Fundraiser to Elect Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly 44

                                            Committee to elect Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly 44 Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Thousand Oaks Candidates And Turning Point USA Facebook Sensation Speak

Thousand Oaks Candidates And Turning Point USA Facebook Sensation Speak

Six candidates for office in Thousand Oaks and social media personality and Director of Urban Engagement at Turning Point USA, Brandon Tatum, will speak at the Thursday, September 20th dinner meeting of the Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated at Los Robles Greens, 299 South Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks CA 91360. Registration and social connections begin […]

Yes on 6 – Gas Tax Repeal Announces Major Latino Group Endorsement, Spanish-Language Ads and Outreach

Yes on 6 – Gas Tax Repeal Announces Major Latino Group Endorsement, Spanish-Language Ads and Outreach

  The campaign’s Latino Outreach Coalition begins statewide activism up and down California to ensure all voters know that Yes on 6 – Repeal the Gas Tax – will save working families $779/year   WHO: Carl DeMaio, Chairman of Yes on 6 – Gas Tax Repeal Delores Chavez Harmes, chair of the Yes on 6 Latino […]

Former Democrat Opponent, Robert Zelinsky, Endorses Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly

Former Democrat Opponent, Robert Zelinsky, Endorses Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly

(Westlake Village, CA) – The Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy for Assembly campaign announces that former Democratic primary opponent, Dr. Robert Zelinsky, has endorsed Republican Baldwin-Kennedy over incumbent Democrat Jacqui Irwin.   “I’m casting my vote for Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy because she has the dedication, experience, and most importantly, the integrity to best represent AD-44 in the Assembly,” Zelinsky said. […]

California’s Election System Gets an “F” in Computer Science

California’s Election System Gets an “F” in Computer Science

SANTA CLARITA, CA.  Election Integrity Project California, Inc. (EIPCa), a citizen funded nonpartisan election oversight group, today released a statement concerning the September 7 news that 23,000 Californians suffered mistakes in their voter registrations due to technical problems at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Under the state’s New Motor Voter Program, the DMV procures […]

Aaron Dunkel Candidate for Santa Paula City Council

Aaron Dunkel Candidate for Santa Paula City Council

      I was born in the middle of the San Joaquin Valley in a town not much different than Santa Paula. After graduating from Thomas Aquinas College in 2006, I decided to remain. Santa Paula is a beautiful small town with amazing, friendly people. After graduating, I got a job working in Ventura […]

Simi Valley | Hispanic heritage event on 9/16/2018

Simi Valley | Hispanic heritage event on 9/16/2018

On Sunday September 16th, SimiChange is holding a free Hispanic Heritage event at Rancho Simi Community Park, Pavillion B located at 1765 Royal Avenue from 2-4 pm. The community also locally refers to the location as the Erringer duck park, which is known for its large lake and wildlife. There will be Folklorico and Azteka dancing, […]