Republican candidates for local city and county offices appeared at the ribbon-cutting for the Temecula Valley Republican Women Federation’s campaign headquarters Sept. 14, at 28120 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula. The ribbon-cutting ceremony followed the soft opening of the TVRWF earlier this summer and will now serve as the 2016 area Republican headquarters. TVRWF President Gloria Karlak […]
RIVERSIDE – The Board of Supervisors approved additional funds for multiple agencies July 26, trying to overcome budgetary challenges in the current fiscal year, while higher spending authorizations for other agencies – including the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office – were put on hold. “This budget is the first step in […]
RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County grand jury investigation into how the Registrar of Voters office managed polling stations in the November 2015 election uncovered issues that need to be resolved, according to a report the Board of Supervisors received today. In a 5-0 vote without comment, the board accepted the registrar’s response to the grand […]
“Not to vote, is a vote for Hillary,” was the message from Republicans Saturday at the opening of the Temecula Valley Republican headquarters at 28120 Jefferson Ave. “Donald Trump is our Republican nominee.” This was suggested by Jonathon Ingram, recently elected to the Republican Central Committee in the 67th District who moderated the headquarters opening […]
Voters all across Riverside County were surprised Tuesday, June 7 to find that they had either been re-registered as democrats or “declined to state,” barring them from the closed republican primary, or were otherwise turned away from the polls.
Jacob Preal Writer The Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly hosted Islam speaker and scholar Raymond Ibrahim at their recent monthly meeting June 3. Ibrahim presented “The History of Islam and the West – and how ISIS is a continuation of that history” to a receptive crowd. This so-called “history argument” unraveled an alleged history of hostility between […]
Steve Baldwin Special to Valley News I am a bit surprised to see Congressman Darrel Issa climb aboard the Trump train. While he likes to send out press releases that make him look like the second coming of Ronald Reagan, his Congressional voting record is simply not as conservative as he wants people to believe. […]
A proposed Hemet sales tax increase to support the police and fire departments fell just short of the votes needed for approval, while Riverside residents soundly rejecting an increase in council members’ pay and a bid to make the city attorney’s office responsible for prosecuting misdemeanor crimes.
Riverside County Supervisor Chuck Washington will compete in a November runoff election in his bid to retain his 3rd District seat, and he will square off with a Hemet City Council member.
Hopeful June primary candidates for the 1st District Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the California Assembly District 67 and State Senate District 42 were on hand Thursday, May 26, at the Tuscany Hills HOA Clubhouse in Lake Elsinore for a meet the candidate’s political forum. The candidate meet and greet forum, sponsored by the Lake […]