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Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

By George Miller Aaron Starr of moving Oxnard Forward (MOF), which won the utility rate rollback initiative and subsequent city lawsuit attacking it (now in appeal), filed a blizzard of 5 new ballot initiatives with the Oxnard City Clerk on Thursday, April 18, 2019. They cover diverse topics such as: term limits, open/transparent meetings and […]

Term Limits: Painkiller, Not Cure

Term Limits: Painkiller, Not Cure

. By Thomas L. Knapp US president-elect Donald Trump called for congressional term limits during his campaign. He’s not yet been sworn in, but Congress is already back in session and answering that call. On January 3, US Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) — one of Trump’s opponents in last year’s GOP primaries — and US […]

Trump’s Gettysburg Address: 100 Day Contract With the American Voter

Trump’s Gettysburg Address: 100 Day Contract With the American Voter

(Editor’s Note:  Here’s a summary of Donald Trump’s Gettysburg speech, via Trump’s website: “Today, in historic Gettysburg, PA, Donald J. Trump presented a game-changing plan for his first 100 days in office. This revolutionary “Contract with the American Voter” will ensure that America’s economy is revitalized and citizens are protected.”) GETTYSBURG, PA–“I’m not a politician, […]

Boom! PH Council insurgents propose term limits and other major reforms via ballot initiative

Boom!  PH Council insurgents propose term limits and other major reforms via ballot initiative

By George Miller The two newest Port Hueneme Council members, Tom Figg and Jim Hensley, have proposed significant changes to the city’s charter, to address longstanding problems, via a press release this week. These include term limits, restrictions on mayoral and commission appointments, better and more frequent financial reports, quantifiable performance metrics, oversight committees to […]

VCTA former Chair David Grau running for VC Supervisor against Bennett

VCTA former Chair David Grau running for VC Supervisor against Bennett

Ventura County Taxpayers Association     Former VCTA Chair in District 1 Race By now, it is clear to many in Ventura County District 1 that David Grau, former Chairman of the Ventura County Taxpayers Association, is going to make his bid to win a seat on the Board of Supervisors in 2016.   Dave’s […]

Simi Valley Council pushes off vote on two issues: Term Limits and Selling City’s Recycled Water

Simi Valley Council pushes off vote on two issues: Term Limits and Selling City’s Recycled Water

By Debra Tash Mayor Huber asked staff to study putting term limits for council members on the ballot and let the voters decide whether or not to enact it.  He said, “I was the one who raised the issue as I did in 2011.”  The School Board moved to place term limits for their seats […]

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