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Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated President Margene Walz with Pastor Rafael Cruz. Courtesy photo.

Republican Women encourage a return to conservative principles

Members and guests of the Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated attended the July 12 “Take America Back” event at The Phoenix Club in Anaheim. The champagne lunch and fashion show, which was sponsored by the Cali...
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Two council seats open this year in La Palma

A General Municipal Election will be held in the City of La Palma on November 4, 2014, to fill two City Council seats. City Elections for the La Palma City Council are held every two years and terms for the Council’s five...
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Rossmoor-Los Alamitos RWF at the 2013 Cypress Family Festival: l-r: Rosemary Trez, Robin Itzler, MaryAnn Mills, Margene Walz

Visit RLA RWF booth at Cypress Festival to find out about presidents and their pets!

The Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated, which also serves Cypress, La Palma, Seal Beach and other surrounding cities, will once again have a booth at the Cypress Family Festival. In addition to registering voters ...
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Matthew Harper, candidate for Assembly in District 72

Huntington Beach Council to consider repeal of ban on fireworks

I have called a meeting of the Huntington Beach City Council on Monday, July 14, 2014 at 6pm for the consideration of a proposed ballot measure to repeal the municipal ban against state-approved fireworks in Huntington Beach co...
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Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva hosting pancake breakfast to discuss Veterans Cemetery bill

Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee Chair Sharon Quirk-Silva invites you to attend a status update and briefing on the Orange County Veterans Cemetery Act (AB 1453) honoring local veterans of distinction. Act now and sign the p...
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Filing period for Garden Grove municipal offices begins on Monday, July 14

Beginning Monday, July 14, 2014, the City of Garden Grove will accept nomination papers for mayor and two council member seats for the Nov. 4, 2014 election. The deadline to file the completed paperwork is Friday, Aug. 8, 2014,...
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Marketing and more: My crystal ball says Hillary will not run

The Marketing Maven has looked into her crystal ball and is making a prediction: Hillary Clinton will not run for president. What Hillary will do is announce her decision not to seek the presidency at the latest possible moment...
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405-605 Tea Party Patriots invite public to learn more about November candidates

Join the 405-605 Tea Party Patriots on July 15 at Rush Park Auditorium at 7:00 pm. Our main speaker will be Jamie Glazov, editor of David Horowitz’s Frontpage magazine and host of Frontpage‘s TV show, “The Gla...
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New Field Poll shows Californians divided over “wealth gap”

Since the so-called “wealth gap” is likely to be a hobby horse frequently ridden by Democrats in the Fall election, the results of the latest Field Poll (pdf) should interest voters and politicoes: The emphasis should not b...
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Scholarship Luncheon Committee Chairwoman Susan Short, Scholarship Recipients Michael Parsons, Rachel Wahhab, Ashley Girard and Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated President Margene Walz

Republican Women award scholarships

Three local high students were the guests of honor at the Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated Friendship & Flowers Scholarship Luncheon on June 7 at the Courtyard by Marriott. They each received a $1,000 schola...
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Lou Correa, courtesy of Cal State Fullerton.

Governor signs Correa measure to reform teacher dismissal process

Earlier this week, Governor Brown signed legislation to better protect California’s students by reforming the teacher dismissal process. Assembly Bill (AB) 215, jointly authored by Assembly-member Joan Buchanan and Senator Lo...
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Travis Allen, California Assembly, 72nd District, Huntington Beach

Senate Committee on Natural Resources unanimously passes beach bonfire protection bill

Assembly Bill 1102 (Allen, R-Huntington Beach), which will protect beach bonfires for all Californians, and passed out of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources with a 7-0 unanimous bipartisan vote. “Beach bonfires are an ...
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Field Poll shows Governor Brown well ahead of GOP’s Kashkari

In a just-released post-primary poll of California voters, Governor Jerry Brown benefits greatly from name recognition over his Republican challenger, Neel Kashkari. The good news for Kashkari is that among likely voters he is ...
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Spitzer calls on TCA to impose moratorium on fines until Labor Day

Todd Spitzer (Orange County Board of Supervisor, District 3) called on the Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA) to enact a moratorium on all toll fines and penalties levied in result of the new All Electronic Tolling (AET), whi...
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