Monday is deadline to register to vote in August 29 Special District Mail Ballot Election

   Monday (Aug. 14) is the deadline for voters to register and be eligible to cast a ballot in the Aug. 29 election. The Aug. 29 election includes the Rancho California Water District, Pine Cove Water District, and High Valleys Water District and is not a countywide election. It is also an all mail-ballot election, so there will be no […]

County supervisors approve even-year elections for Perris Elementary School District

The Riverside County board of supervisors approved a change in the election timing for Perris Elementary School District board members. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote May 2 approved a resolution allowing the change from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years. Under both the California Education Code and the California Elections Code, the elections of school district board […]

Murrieta’s New Council sees return of former councilmembers

Murrieta’s New Council sees return of former councilmembers

Murrieta City Council welcomed new Councilmember Kelly Seyarto to the dais during their Dec. 6 meeting at City Hall. Randon Lane was also sworn in for his third term as a councilmember. The city declared the results of the election and recognized outgoing Councilman Harry Ramos for his time served on the council. “Mr. Ramos […]

Letter to the Editor: Voting

Dear Editor, My name is Keyona Villanueva. I am a student attending Chaparral high school. I am a senior and I am writing this for a government project. Your article stood out to me. I find it very hard to understand that in this time and age we have a very weak technology system. For […]

Patience is a virtue in the long, drawn out election process

Just a few short weeks ago I was thinking to myself, “Thank God, I am almost done with election coverage.” Well unfortunately for me that couldn’t be further from the truth. Instead of kicking back and relaxing, I find myself checking the Riverside Registrar of Voters webpage at least twice a week looking for updates […]

Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce announces 9 elected board members

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce announced the election of nine members to their 2017 board of directors. Chamber members voted in October and elected five incumbents and four new members to the board. Their terms will commence at the January 2017 board meeting. The new board members for 2017 are David Beshay […]

Letter to the Editor: Election

  Dear Editor, The challenge for some will be to focus, stay on point, not wander into the Contra affair, Reganomics, Trump called some folks names that are unattractive, etc., etc. So if we could please just focus on this one subject, then a response is welcome. Here we go. What would your thoughts be […]

Temecula voters split on council race and tax hike

Temecula voters recently cast a series of split decisions at the polls. Voters rejected one incumbent council member as they returned another to office. Meanwhile, the outcome of a proposed sales tax increase continues to hang in the balance. Mayor Mike Naggar won a fifth term on the City Council, easily outdistancing eight other candidates […]

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