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Agreed, this is getting insane, this love of Obama
Is there a VCTP list of endorsed Ventura County / CA State candidates and measures? I'm new here, not finding it.
How did Congress vote?
HOUSE DEBATE IS TONIGHT
Democratic Rep. Julia Brownley and Republican challenger Jeff Gorell will face off in a 26th Congressional District debate that The Star will stream live Sunday. The debate, from 6-7:30 p.m., can be seen at The Star’s website, http://www.vcstar.com. The event is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Ventura County, The Star and CSU Channel Islands. The congressional race is considered to be one of the most competitive in this year’s election.
By George Miller In the CA 26th Congressional District, which is most of Ventura County and parts of LA County in Malibu and West San Fernando Valley, Incumbent Julia Brownley will debate departing Assemblyman Jeff Gorell for this hotly contested seat. Event will be at Cal State Channel Islands Sunday night October 12 from 6:00- […]
By Gary Aminoff The following analyses of the November propositions are my own interpretation, viewed from a conservative point of view. They are not the official position of the Republican Party, although the recommendations of the Republican Party may be the same. As far as I know the Republican Party has not […]
By Craig Huey Editor’s note: By now, most of you have received your sample ballots. Most people have no idea who the judges/candidates are. Craig Huey, a direct marketing professional, who has run for Congress, who has monitored judges for a long time, knows more than most people and offers his publication: http://www.judgevoterguide.com/#ventura, which explains the criteria […]
DID YOU KNOW...
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While SaveCalifornia.com does not support or oppose candidates, we provide links to voter guides that list candidates’ positions on issues and scorecards of elected representatives' votes. These links speak for themselves and do not represent the views or opinions of SaveCalifornia.com.
* Supports greater bond indebtedness
Also, see who the 'LGBT' activists and abortionists support
Elected Representatives' Voting Records
How California's congressional delegation voted on 4 issues:
"FRCAction Vote Scorecard 113th Congress" »
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On 25 votes
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There are strict constructionist judges and there are judicial activists. Do the judicial candidates on your ballot believe in upholding the written law (strict constructionists) or in "re-interpreting" the law to suit their personal agendas (judicial activists)?
Judge recommendations are few because of the heavy research requirements. However, the following sites contain some helpful judge information for you to peruse. SaveCalifornia.com provides this solely for educational purposes and does not support or oppose these candidates:
State government-produced voter guide