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Democrats are total hypocrites on election denialism

Democrats are total hypocrites on election denialism After the recent annual Conservative Political Action Conference convention in Dallas, CNN published a video with the following headline: “Election deniers take over CPAC after primary victories.” In a recent appearance on CBS, Republican Rep. Paul Kinzinger, R-Ill., who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump and serves […]

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Some of Southern California’s biggest primary election losers

Some of Southern California’s biggest primary election losers There were a lot of winners in the June 7 primary election. But there were also a lot of losers. Once-rising-stars and big-deals-in-their-own-mind ran for office and lost. Those are my favorite political stories. Here are six Southern California pols whose campaigns went bust. 1. John Valdivia […]

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The locusts come out at election time

The locusts come out at election time The deadline for local governments to place tax hikes on the November ballot is rapidly approaching. This is why political consultants have descended like locusts on city councils, county boards of supervisors and school boards pitching their services. Their objective? Fool, er, convince, voters to approve even higher […]

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Elena Baca-Santa Cruz has lead in Moreno Valley City Council election

Elena Baca-Santa Cruz has lead in Moreno Valley City Council election Elena Baca-Santa Cruz has a slight lead in the Tuesday, April 12, special election for Moreno Valley’s District 1 seat, which comes six months after City Council Member Victoria Baca’s death in October, early results show. Baca-Santa Cruz — who is Victoria Baca’s daughter […]

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Trudeau’s election bet fails, but Tory rival might lose job

Trudeau’s election bet fails, but Tory rival might lose job By ROB GILLIES TORONTO (AP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau secured victory in parliamentary elections but failed to get the majority he wanted, an outcome that threatened his Conservative rival with loss of his job after moving his party to the center and alienating its […]

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Recall Q&A: Everything you need to know about the election that could cost Gov. Gavin Newsom his job

Recall Q&A: Everything you need to know about the election that could cost Gov. Gavin Newsom his job If you are an eligible California voter, you’ll be getting something you don’t see every day in the mail — in fact, practically never — your very own recall mail-in ballot. If you didn’t, it’s coming very […]

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Turbulent politics could sway California recall election

Turbulent politics could sway California recall election By MICHAEL R. BLOOD LOS ANGELES (AP) — California may become the next testing ground for the nation’s roiled, unpredictable politics as an effort to give voters a chance to fire Gov. Gavin Newsom moves closer to reality. Not long ago, the notion that liberal favorite Newsom could […]

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Trump supporters breach U.S. Capitol as Congress works to certify election results

Trump supporters breach U.S. Capitol as Congress works to certify election results With the Washington Monument in the background, people attend a rally in support of President Donald Trump near the White House on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Trump supporters try to break through a police barrier, Wednesday, Jan. 6, […]

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Trump has only himself to blame for his election loss

Trump has only himself to blame for his election loss SACRAMENTO >> If I argued that a group of highly intelligent but nefarious aliens invaded the bodies of California’s lawmakers in order to destroy our lovely state, you might expect me to share a little evidence to support those startling claims. The onus should always […]

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Be civil and respectful, San Bernardino Diocese bishop tells Catholics ahead of election

Be civil and respectful, San Bernardino Diocese bishop tells Catholics ahead of election In an unprecedented move, Bishop Gerald Barnes issued a video message urging the faithful in the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino to vote in the Nov. 3 election and treat each other with respect and civility during these polarized times. “This […]

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