But the hastily put together forum itself is laughable. Only five minutes is allotted to each candidate with a total of 15 minutes at the end for Q&A. How ridiculous can you get? You certainly will not get any feeling for any of the candidates with that truncated format.
We suspect that the smart money is on Republican Jerry Salcido to pull out the big win in a close election that has the possibility of not only sending a defeated Bermudez into retirement, but maybe even causing a few R.I.N.O.s to go along with her.
Jeremy Cloward, Ph.D. (G – Pleasant Hill), has filed his candidate papers for the upcoming 10th Congressional District special election for the seat of Rep. Ellen Tauscher (D – Alamo), who resigned from Congress on June 27 to move to a Cabinet position.
Meg Whitman, the former eBay exec who is running for the 2010 Republican nomination for California Governor, will hold a tres tres fundraiser in San Francisco, July 20, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at a private home. See the PDF documents below for details.
Let them strike and replace them all; it wouldn’t be too hard. We pay high ticket prices, property tax, ½% of our sales tax, and income tax, (through state programs) into BART’s kitty. We shouldn’t be asked to pony up more.
The LPCCC believes that there must be Congressional oversight of this massive purchase of American debt. To generate the $2 trillion, the Fed plans to order the printing of $2 trillion worth of American dollars. By law, the Fed has the power to print money.
Bill Gram-Reefer is Editor & Publisher of Halfway To Concord, founded in 2004. Halfway To Concord is the leading online source for community-driven political and business news, events, and opinion for Contra Costa County and East Bay. Find out more about Bill on Google+.
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