The first top-two primary election in California has concluded. The results show some clear winners, some losers, and some nail-biter contests whose results will not be final for days. There are a total of 113,199 remaining Vote-By-Mail, Provisional, and Paper ballots left to count. With numbers this large it is possible that some of the contests, with narrow margins between the second and third place finishers, will flip.
by Chris Prevatt • • 8 Comments
Whatever you do today, don’t let the projections of record low voter turnout discourage you from voting. The top-two primary election is extremely important. The decisions made today by less than 30% of registered voters will decide your choices in November for legislative elections.
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In honor of Mitt Romney securing the delegates he needs to clinch the GOP nomination for President – after six years of trying and millions of dollars spent – The Obama for America campaign has released a new video of their version of Mitt Romney’s Facebook time line for the last year.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 15 Comments
As we roll into the Memorial Day weekend we have an update on the campaign cash race in the 69th Assembly District contest. The reports provide detailed insight into who supports who, and how much money is being tossed in the direction of the candidates.
by Joe Hill • • 3 Comments
Two weeks ago I was trying to figure out why 69th Assembly District candidate Michele Martinez wanted to change campaign finance law in the Santa Ana regarding campaign contributions. With the release of campaign finance reports for the most recent period, the picture has cleared up.
by Chris Prevatt • • 1 Comment
California residents have until Monday, May 21, 2012 to register to vote in the June 5th State Primary Election. The Orange County Registrar of Voters has extended its office hours to allow greater flexibility for citizens wishing to register for the June election.
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When Romney and his partners at Bain Capital took control of in 1993 Kansas City’s GST Steel had been making steel rods for 105 years. After placing GST Steel deeply in debt the company eventually declared bankruptcy, and the government was forced to step in and provide a bailout.