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Supervisor Foy announces he will not seek Re-election

Supervisor Foy announces he will not seek Re-election

Simi Valley, CA- Supervisor Peter Foy announced today that he will not seek re-election to a fourth term on the Ventura County Board of Supervisors. He is currently completing his third term and was sworn into office as the Ventura County Supervisor of the 4th District in January 2007. Moreover, he served as Chair of […]

Aaron Starr announces signatures all collected for Oxnard recall of 4 Council Members

Aaron Starr announces signatures all collected for Oxnard recall of 4 Council Members

By George  Miller When the City of Oxnard raised utility rates hugely without going through what he thought was a proper process, local financial executive and activist  Aaron Starr objected. He attempted to work with the city to go through the assumptions, math, capital plans, and more, but the city cut off communications with him […]

44th Assembly District: Smith, Com Director for Daniel Chavez Campaign to Speak in Conejo Valley

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Caring for our Veterans

Caring for our Veterans

By Alex Burum My Story This Veteran’s Day, we remember, and thank all of our veterans who have served and sacrificed for our freedom.  In 2012 my father, Jeff Burum, United States Air Force, Retired Major, and disabled veteran, discovered his Desert Storm had never ended after being deployed to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1993.  […]

Political Corruption Is Deep: Candidate for Governor Speaks Out Against GOP

Political Corruption Is Deep:  Candidate for Governor Speaks Out Against GOP

By Stasyi Barth We all know this, right? I mean, we’re told this, on a daily basis and we should know this. So, why does it still exist? After all, WE are The People who are responsible in securing this beautiful nation and all of it’s Freedoms, to ensure our future generations have the same […]

California Assembly Candidate Daniel Chavez Adds To Staff

California Assembly Candidate Daniel Chavez Adds To Staff

Mike Smith will serve as Media and Communications Director to AD44 Candidate Daniel Chavez. Before joining the campaign staff, Smith served in diverse support roles at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. He has also performed strategic communications, humanitarian aid, and visual media services for unique Christian ministries. He holds a B.S. Organizational Leadership degree […]

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

EDITOR NOTE: Citizens Journal strives to be fair and balanced in what it publishes. So, when a press release from Bryan Caforio’s office about campaign fundraising was received, the Journal contacted incumbent Congressman Steve Knight’s campaign office for a similar press release and/or comment. The 2018 primary elections is eight months away and mid-term elections […]

Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin To Speak At October Oxnard Chamber Lunch

Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin To Speak At October Oxnard Chamber Lunch

Oxnard Chamber of Commerce Now that our state legislators have completed their work in Sacramento for 2017, Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin will address the Oxnard Chamber at its Knowledge & Networking luncheon on October 12. Attendees will hear about the tough decisions Ms. Irwin faced during a year of major issues. 2017 saw the passage of an […]

California Treasurer John Chiang on Governor’s Signing of Senate Bill 33 (Forced Arbitration)

California Treasurer John Chiang on Governor’s Signing of Senate Bill 33 (Forced Arbitration)

  John Chiang, California State Treasurer   SACRAMENTO – Victims of fraud by Wells Fargo Bank and other financial institutions finally can have their day in court thanks to Senate Bill 33, sponsored by State Treasurer John Chiang and consumer advocates. .  The governor today signed SB 33, authored by Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, into law. The […]