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Dunn Campaign Chose Not to File Candidate’s Statement


In my SPAM folder, an email sent Saturday afternoon from Dunn For Congress campaign consultant Doug Herman.  His message was simple.  The Dunn team chose not to file a candidate’s statement. “Unlike ballot measure campaigns where it is used, research indicates that voters rarely read material in the sample ballot booklets for candidates. Additionally, we…

California Republicans Retreat


The Sacramento Bee published this story recently that highlighted the plight of Republicans in California.  The main point — the GOP is bleeding registered voters and California is turning bluer by the minute.  San Francisco has lost nearly a third of its registered Republicans in the last decade meaning the city of Brea has more…

No Denials and No Pala IEs as Tweets on a Train Story Goes Viral


The “Tweets on a Train” story featuring an overheard cell phone conversation of AD-69 candidate Michele Martinez by investigative journalist Bob Salladay has gone viral being picked by by the Sacramento Bee, a variety of technology/social media web sites, and even the Poynter Institute’s web site read by journalists all over the country.  It’s spawned…