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California Certifies 46 Candidates For Recall Ballot As New Poll Shows Newsom’s Support Shrinking

California Certifies 46 Candidates For Recall Ballot As New Poll Shows Newsom’s Support Shrinking

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The California Secretary of State’s Office has certified 46 candidates running for governor against Gov. Gavin Newsom during September’s recall election. The list includes five more candidates from the preliminary list released on Saturday, including conservative radio commentator and Republican candidate Larry Elder, who had […]

Newsom proposes up to $1,100 stimulus payments for Californians ahead of recall election

Newsom proposes up to $1,100 stimulus payments for Californians ahead of recall election

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor   (The Center Square) – California has $100 billion to play with and Gov. Gavin Newsom, months away from a recall election, would like to send billions of that extra money out in the form of direct payments to most residents. At a cost of $12 billion, the administration proposes sending […]

Will Palm Springs resident Grenell take on Newsom in a potential recall election?

Will Palm Springs resident Grenell take on Newsom in a potential recall election?

Lara Korte and Kate Ir The Sacramento Bee (TNS) Conservatives are taking aim at liberalism at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida this weekend. The most emblematic of these targets? According to some speakers, it’s California and Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. Chief among the critics was Palm Springs resident Richard Grenell, a loyal and outspoken supporter of President Donald […]

Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

By George Miller At the 4-17-18 Oxnard City Council Meeting: Road paving plan to spend SB1 gas tax money on road work was approved, will be $3.4 million+ /year. It took an hour and a half to present and discuss the interesting downtown arts hub 5 year rough plan, some rules and approve it. Council […]

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

By George Miller On 4-10-18, the Oxnard City Council heard and approved a resolution supporting Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018 to reverse past loosening of crime classification and penalties; adopted a resolution supporting State Propositions 68 (drought water, park, drought funding. Includes acquiring coastal power plants) and 69 (public transit) in the […]

Latest video of Oxnard special recall election “Boxing Debate”

Latest video of Oxnard special recall election “Boxing Debate”

By Dan Pinedo The Corner Pocket special recall election Boxing Debate video is split into three parts. See Below.   Oxnard Special Recall Election and Candidates Debate 3-15-2018 Part-1 A Special Recall Election Candidates Debate forum was held at the Corner Pocket Billiards in Oxnard, California on March 15, 2018. The four incumbents facing recall […]

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

By Aaron Starr Supporter   (ed. note: we received this email on Oxnard Mayor Flynn’s attack on Aaron Starr near the end of the 2-13-18 Oxnard City Council meeting. It carried the stipulation that the writers’s identity not be revealed. We know this is a Starr supporter.) “Mayor Flynn has a memory that seems to […]

Oxnard City Manager’s weekly report

Oxnard City Manager’s weekly report

By George Miller Thankfully, new Interim City Manager (and also Police Chief) Scott Whitney has found time, even with two big jobs, to formalize his weekly report in writing, something we have been asking for for years. His two immediate predecessors did it orally and much more informally. This seems much more useful, but you […]

Oxnard City Council sets recall election schedule, receives CAFR report and more

Oxnard City Council sets recall election schedule, receives CAFR report and more

By George Miller The most important item at the 1-23-18 Oxnard City Council meeting was setting a May 1, 2018 date for the recall election and related discussions.  Nominations start THIS Thursday, January 25. Story appears further down below. Auditors and staff presented what they say was a”clean audit,” with most disastrous findings of the […]