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November Election Voting Options for Santa Paula Residents

November Election Voting Options for Santa Paula Residents

Santa Paula, CA – The 2020 General Election is shaping up to be a unique election given the public health guidance with COVID-19. To ensure safe voting during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state legislature passed a bill in June 2020 that requires each county to send voteby-mail ballots to all registered voters […]

$2 TRILLION Massive Financial Rescue Package Agreement Reached- Vote Wednesday

$2 TRILLION Massive Financial Rescue Package Agreement Reached- Vote Wednesday

White House, Senate leaders agree on coronavirus stimulus package “It’s good news for families all across America,” McConnell says By Jennifer Shutt, David Lerman, and Niels Lesniewski Posted March 25, 2020 at 1:16am White House and Senate negotiators announced an agreement early Wednesday morning on a massive financial rescue package designed to curb the economic damage of the […]

Coronavirus “Stimulus” Bill: Third Try

Coronavirus “Stimulus” Bill: Third Try

By George Miller Even though an unprecedented health crisis brought by the Wuhan Coronavirus has triggered an unprecedented financial crisis, it seems like politics as usual.  The Democrats stopped a Republican effort for financial, operational and health care supports in the Senate twice, in just days. Nancy Pelosi then introduced a version which rapidly morphed […]

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE:  TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD PRIMARY.  POLLS OPEN AT 7 A.M. AND CLOSE AT 8 P.M.

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE:  TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD PRIMARY.  POLLS OPEN AT 7 A.M. AND CLOSE AT 8 P.M.

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE:  TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD PRIMARY.  POLLS OPEN AT 7 A.M. AND CLOSE AT 8 P.M. FOR VOTER INFORMATION, CALL THE COUNTY ELECTION DIVISION AT (805) 654-2664 OR (800) 500-3555 OR USE THE WEBSITE:  VENTURAVOTE.ORG. THE VENTURA COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE IS LOCATED AT 800 SOUTH VICTORIA AVENUE, VENTURA, CA 93009-1200 WITH CURBSIDE VOTERS […]

One-way show is over: No witnesses; Vote on impeachment articles

One-way show is over:  No witnesses; Vote on impeachment articles

    By Michael Hernandez  The one-way Democrat House Manager show is over.   We don’t need any witnesses in the Senate.  The Democrats can’t have it both ways—they either have a case against the President or they don’t—if they do, then no more witnesses are needed and this has been a fair trial.  The Democrat […]

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Project Stalled

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Project Stalled

By George Miller (Bulletin only- Full story follows later) On 11-7-19, the Oxnard City Council voted 6-1 (Madrigal dissenting) to approve a staff (and 6-0 Planning Commission) recommendation to reject a proposal to modify its Local Coastal Plan (LCP). This would have helped to allow a highly nonconforming project to redevelop the Fisherman’s Wharf (FW) […]

Your Vote, Your Voice: Don’t Waste It

Your Vote, Your Voice: Don’t Waste It

  By Thomas L. Knapp More than a year out from the 2020 presidential election, we’re already starting to see “spoiler” fear-mongering from supporters of America’s two largest political parties and their candidates. Will formerly Republican congressman Justin Amash of Michigan run for president as a Libertarian or independent in 2020? How about formerly Republican, […]

Redistricting In California | Learn the facts… get involved… consider submitting YOUR application to draw the lines!

Redistricting In California | Learn the facts… get involved… consider submitting YOUR application to draw the lines!

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Thursday, June 26 the US Supreme Court handed down a verdict on redistricting, often called “political gerrymandering”. As noted in many opinion pieces, “both parties do it” and “this has been going on for a very long time”. On Thursday, the Justices basically refused to get involved in what the Majority considered […]

6-4-19 Oxnard Council Meeting Report Preview: Cannabis, Subsidized Housing, etc.

6-4-19 Oxnard Council Meeting Report Preview: Cannabis, Subsidized Housing, etc.

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council at its five hour 6-4-19 open meeting approved: direction to regulate cannabis manufacturing, testing and distribution; indicated they wanted to accelerate movement into cultivation and retailing of it (a change of direction); nearly no change budgets/strategies for the Housing Dept (city-owned housing) and Housing Commission (HUD-funded housing); objected […]

California GOP Needs to Request Dept. of Justice Investigate Absentee Ballot Harvesting as Civil Rights Violation

California GOP Needs to Request Dept. of Justice Investigate Absentee Ballot Harvesting as Civil Rights Violation

Dear California Republican Party Board of Directors: Last year a private non-profit organization, Election Integrity Project CA, using Judicial Watch as their attorneys, filed a lawsuit against both the LA Registrar of Voters and the California Secretary of the State to force action to clean up and validate voter registrations rolls in California. As a […]

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