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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 […]
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 […]
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Simi Valley Moorpark Tea Party Voter Guide
www.electionforum.org/ Craig Huey's faith-based voter guidance
Central Valley Tea Party Voter Guide
CA Private Property Rights Voter Guide Wow- most candidates panned!
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Tea Party Ballot Suggestions- 2010 Voter Guide
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Ventura County voting:
- REGISTERED VOTERS AS OF 09/29/12
- DEM: 158,198
- REP: 151,165
- NONPARTISAN: 80,228
- OTHER: 20,534
- TOTAL 410,125
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