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Political Shenanigans: 2017 Compton Elections

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Compton- Is the City Clerk preparing to intercept the people’s choices for city council?  The December 6 Compton city council agenda includes a request from Alita Godwin, the current city clerk, to conduct an all mail election in April.  That’s right.  The city wants to only accept mailed in ballots for mayor, city attorney, treasurer and council. […]


Governor Jerry Brown endorses Isadore Hall for Congress

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Continuing to build momentum for next month’s General Election, Sen. Isadore Hall is happy to have the continued support of our Governor Jerry Brown. 


Concerned Citizens of Compton urge ‘NO on Measure P’

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COMPTON, CALIFORNIA­­­­—-A coalition of citizen groups from Compton announced their opposition to the passage of Measure P, an initiative advertised to repair city streets that will raise the sales tax in the city by one percent, from nine to ten percent, to the highest sales tax level in the state.


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Hall Barrels Ahead In CA-44, Snatches Up Another Crucial Endorsement

COMPTON, CA— Keeping up his banner week of back-to-back endorsements, today Senator Isadore Hall received a crucial endorsement from the Long Beach Young Democrats in his campaign to represent California’s 44th District in Congress.


Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris supports Sen. Isadore Hall for Congress

COMPTON, CA— Days after securing the official California Democratic Party (CDP) endorsement in his campaign to represent California’s 44th Congressional District seat, today State Senator Isadore Hall scored the sought-after support of California Attorney General Kamala Harris.


AUTUMN BURKE ANNOUNCES $420,000 TOTAL RAISED IN RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN

LOS ANGELES, CA – Assemblymember Autumn Burke announced a huge fundraising haul today, announcing she had pulled in roughly $240,000 in the last period of 2015, and over $420,000 for the year.


Black Assembly members will face Latino challengers

Assembly members Cheryl Brown of San Bernardino and Mike Gipson of Los Angeles represent safely Democratic districts where re-election should be a mere formality. But Brown faces a challenge from Eloise Gomez Reyes, an attorney who ran for Congress in 2014. And a Los Angeles planning commissioner, Marta Segura, has filed a statement of intent […]


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