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Ventura, CA | Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available For Review

Ventura, CA | Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available For Review

Ventura, CA – County of Ventura Draft Supervisorial Maps are now available for community review on the Redistricting website at www.ventura.org/redistricting/draft-maps/. Based upon the principles listed below, the County’s consultants Redistricting Partners have objectively prepared a series of draft alternative supervisorial maps. These draft maps were derived from an amalgamation of obligatory state and federal […]

Election Recommendations

Election Recommendations

    By Jessica Freeman Unrelenting demonstrations, mayhem, looting, burning of personal property and shooting innocent citizens without a response from officials charged with keeping safe the lives and property of citizens they were elected to serve and protect. If this is your idea of what we should expect from elected officials, then make sure […]

Letter to the Editor | Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Candidates accept SEIU donations

Letter to the Editor | Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Candidates accept SEIU donations

I am shocked that the slate of three inexperienced candidates for the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District have accepted more than $13,000 in donations from SEIU, the union that represents the PVRPD employees! According to the most recent filings, Bev Dransfeldt has accepted $5076 in donations from SEIU; Jordan Roberts has accepted $4076 from […]

Politics | 2020 Voter Guide

Politics | 2020 Voter Guide

By George Miller & Debra Tash Regular readers may remember that Citizens Journal publishes candidate/proposition  endorsements/recommendations from as many different sources as we can find for Ventura County voters and some for LA and Santa Barbara Counties, since 25% of our readers now live there. Here’s the collection for the 2020 general election. We’ll update […]

Four CVUSD Candidates To Take Part In Virtual Forum Hosted By THRIVE Conejo ONn September 30

Four CVUSD Candidates To Take Part In Virtual Forum  Hosted By THRIVE Conejo ONn September 30

(Thousand Oaks, CA) – THRIVE Conejo will host a free virtual forum for the community on Wednesday, September 30, featuring all four candidates running for the Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education. The forum will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Zoom. “COVID has changed the way that our schools operate, now and […]

POLITICS | City Council, School District candidates face Aug. 7 filing deadline to run

POLITICS | City Council, School District candidates face Aug. 7 filing deadline to run

The Aug. 7 deadline for local city council and school board races is rapidly approaching with city council candidates needing to file documents with at least 20 signatures (30 is preferable) and have all paper work completed and submitted prior to 5 p.m. on the deadline date. A candidate statement filing fee costs from $700 […]

POLITICS | 2020 Ventura County Primary Election Voter Guide

POLITICS | 2020 Ventura County Primary Election Voter Guide

By Citizens Journal Staff Some March 3 primary voting recommendations, not all from us: *Will add recommendations as they come available (updated) CA Proposition 13- $15 billion School bonds/$26 billion with interest-  NO Measure B- Oxnard Government Accountability & Ethics Act- NO Ventura County Supervisors District 3- Kelly Long District 5 – Jeff Burum State […]

Ventura County Supervisor District 5 Candidates Forum at the Channel Islands Yacht Club 2-10-2020.

Ventura County Supervisor District 5 Candidates Forum at the Channel Islands Yacht Club 2-10-2020.

    A Ventura County Supervisor District 5 candidates forum was held at/moderated by the Channel Islands Yacht Club on 2-10-2020. Four of the five candidates showed up, including (L-R below): retired USAF Major, CPA, Professor and CFO Jeff Burum, Mayor Tim Flynn, Mayor ProTem Carmen Ramirez and Oxnard School Board Trustee Veronica Robles-Solis. Diane […]

4 Claims from the Fifth Democratic Debate

4 Claims from the Fifth Democratic Debate

  Brad Sylvester | Fact Check Reporter   MSNBC and The Washington Post jointly held the fifth Democratic presidential debate Wednesday night in Atlanta, where 10 candidates covered a broad range of topics, including paid maternity leave and health care. Here are four checks on their claims. Claim 1: “There are only two countries in the world […]

Democratic Debate Gets Personal As Candidates Go For The Jugular

Democratic Debate Gets Personal As Candidates Go For The Jugular

PETER HASSON SENIOR REPORTER   The Democratic presidential debate Thursday night quickly turned personal, as candidates took turns hammering each other on their vulnerabilities. Joe Biden’s memory, Elizabeth Warren’s expensive plans, and Bernie Sanders’s socialism all turned into political footballs over the course of the debate. Andrew Yang’s proposal in his opening statement to give 10 […]

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