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Trump Marks 500th Day in Office, Gas Tax Gets Dem State Senator Booted and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (June 2-8/Day 134-139) Week 20

Trump Marks 500th Day in Office, Gas Tax Gets Dem State Senator Booted and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (June 2-8/Day 134-139) Week 20

By Michael Hernandez   June 2 (Saturday):  Day 134 Trump:  “Senate Democrats resisting the will of the American voter” During Saturday’s Weekly Address, President Trump accused Senate Democrats of “resisting the will of the American voter,” and Congressional Democrats of not caring about or wanting border security. “Senate Democrats call it the resistance. They’re resisting […]

California Primary: Democrats Narrowly Avoid Shutout in Key House Races

California Primary: Democrats Narrowly Avoid Shutout in Key House Races

By Joel Pollak Democrats managed to avoid being shut out of the general election in several key congressional races in the California primary on Tuesday, as their candidates finished second to Republicans, allowing them to qualify for the November ballot — barely. California has a “top two” or “jungle” primary, in which all candidates from all […]

Election results are coming in

Election results are coming in

With almost 26% of the precincts reporting in Ventura County it looks like Mayor Bob Huber has a healthy lead in the race for the vacant seat for supervisor in District 4.  Jeff Burum, who had little to no support from the Republican party is maintaining a slight lead over Anthony Sabato in their run […]

Republican John Cox Could Succeed in California Governor Primary

Republican John Cox Could Succeed in California Governor Primary

by ADELLE NAZARIAN San Diego businessman John Cox, the top Republican in the Democrat-heavy field of California gubernatorial candidates, is within striking distance of second place and could proceed to the general election. Cox will need to finish ahead of former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in the June 5 primary. Both are battling for second place […]

California moves up primary in possible big shift for 2020 vote

California moves up primary in possible big shift for 2020 vote

California’s governor on Wednesday signed a law moving up its presidential primaries from June to March to give the populous, economic powerhouse state a greater voice early in the campaign when Americans elect a new president. This means the huge haul of delegates in this Democratic stronghold will be assigned shortly after those of the […]

California considers advancing primary date to strengthen state’s influence

California state lawmakers are set to vote on a plan that would bring forward the date it holds its presidential primary vote, a move that could jolt national politics. The proposal would shift the date to the first Tuesday in March from June in order to “give Californians a louder voice,” according to a statement […]

$6.2 Billion in New Borrowing on June 7th Primary Ballot

$6.2 Billion in New Borrowing on June 7th Primary Ballot

Kasich to quit presidential race

Kasich to quit presidential race

By George Miller In another dramatic turn of events in the campaign,it appears that John Kasich will drop out of the GOP race for the presidential nomination. So far, he has won only his home state and is in a very distant and weak third place behind Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. The latter suspended his […]

Indiana looms large in GOP race, but Trump also focuses on the grand prize: California

Indiana looms large in GOP race, but Trump also focuses on the grand prize: California

BURLINGAME, Calif. — Even as he wages an epic battle in Indiana to smother rival Ted Cruz’s candidacy, Donald Trump set off Thursday for Orange County and the Bay Area, underscoring California’s crucial role in deciding whether the celebrity real estate developer becomes the Republican nominee for president. Trump’s landslide wins this week in five […]

California – The Blue Prize in the GOP Battle

California – The Blue Prize in the GOP Battle

By Debra Tash California for the last six presidential election cycles has become a given for the Democratic party.  The polls close and five seconds later the newshounds call the state for the Dem.  Nobody has to work California’s political scene…it’s a done deal.  But not this year, at least, not in the race for […]

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