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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 […]

Trump surges in key CA primary

Trump surges in key CA primary

. Fulfilling analysts’ growing expectations and leaving some Golden Staters in disbelief, California has emerged as perhaps the most decisive contest in the contest for the Republican nomination. The June 7 primary looms at a moment when Donald Trump, battered and flustered by a Ted Cruz ground game that has netted big delegate wins for the […]

Election 2016: “One Person, One Vote” Kills Real Choice

Election 2016: “One Person, One Vote” Kills Real Choice

. . By Thomas L. Knapp As you may have noticed, we’re in the middle of yet another American presidential election (our 57th). The news is full of musings about party primaries and delegate counts and possible brokered conventions, but if things proceed as usual, as many as 130 million Americans will cast votes in […]

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

By George Miller With some races still close to call, Clinton and Trump are the big winners for respective Democrat and Republican primaries in 13 states in what is known as “Super Tuesday,” the single biggest primary day of the election. Sanders won a few, as did Cruz. Rubio won only in Minnesota.   State Repub Dem […]

Joe Biden running stronger against top Republicans than Hillary Clinton: poll

Joe Biden running stronger against top Republicans than Hillary Clinton: poll

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., order who is still debating whether to enter the 2016 presidential contest, seek fares better in head-to-head match-ups with Republicans and has a better favorability rating than former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the current Democratic front-runner, according to a Quinnipiac University survey released Thursday. Mrs. Clinton still […]

Donate to the GOP–You have gotta be kidding

Donate to the GOP–You have gotta be kidding

By Sarah Foster “We are going to crush them everywhere. … I don’t think they [the Tea Party] are going to have a single nominee anywhere in the country,” -Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky I’m sure glad the election is over. For one thing, it’ll give me a chance to clean out my inbox which for […]

What offices are up for election?

What offices are up for election?

By George Miller Elections are coming very soon! (originally published May 4,2014) Sample primary ballots are being mailed out. Soon, absentee ballots will follow. About half of county voters vote with absentee ballots. Get your sample ballot now Register to vote Election District maps See our Candidates Corner section Candidate list Here’s a list of offices up […]

Correction: CD-26 debate May 10 report

Correction: CD-26 debate May 10 report

By George Miller In our event report: Congressional District 26 primary candidate debate held- with one chair empty https://citizensjournal.us/congressional-district-26-primary-candidate-debate-held-with-one-chair-empty/ …. we incorrectly attributed this statement to candidate Rafael Dagnesses: Said the “President deserves enormous credit for taking on enormous problems.” That was actually said by candidate Ambassador Douglas Kmiec. Mr. Dagnesses said he would NEVER […]

Primary election endorsements–from every point of view

Primary election endorsements–from every point of view

By George Miller I’ll bet you thought we were gonna tell you who to vote for here.  Well, if so, you were wrong. You’ll have to wait for our editorial, coming soon. With absentee ballots now out, we thought the time was right to give you the political smorgasbord for this primary season. We try […]

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