Tag Archive for Costa Mesa

Ballot Count Update: Some Races Tightening

Ballot Count

Last night a technical glitch at the Registrar of Voters delayed the release of the updated ballot tallies for last week’s general election. Sharon Quirk-Silva expanded her lead over Assemblyman Chris Norby in the 65th Assembly district race to 2,996 votes. There are 11,424 ballots remaining to be counted; 2,584 vote-by-mail and 8,850 provisional’s.

Measure V Defeated: No Charter In Costa Mesa, yet.

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Responsible government experienced a victory last night when more than 59% of Costa Mesa voters resoundingly rejected the city charter initiative cobbled together by Councilman Jim Righeimer and his council majority. The failed proposal would have converted Costa Mesa to a Charter City form of government. Had it passed the council majority would have had the ability to impose their…

Whose Feet are Really to the Fire?

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I watched the Feet to the Fire forum with Katrina Foley and Jim Righeimer discussing Measure V, the proposed Costa Mesa city charter. A proposal that has taken the city from an already hostile living environment due to the hamfisted male members of our city council members, to all out war in our little suburbs.…

NFL Replacement Officials: What Outsourcing Looks Like

Monday’s night’s NFL matchup between Green Bay and Seattle is going down as the worst blown call ever.  Trailing late in the game, Seattle threw a Hail Mary pass that just about everyone in America could see was an interception by the Packers, expect for a replacement official who saw a Seahawk receiver wrap his…