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    By Dianne Anderson In the countdown to March 5, local education candidates are taking a stand on the issues facing their communities, reminding voters they don’t need a stamp, just fill in the circles and send their ballots early – or at least on time. Voters are looking to candidates to deal with concerns of equity ...
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    The League of Women Voters, San Bernardino celebrated their 48th annual Citizens of Achievement and Civic Engagement Ceremony honoring community leaders and organizations on Sunday, October 8, at the Sterling Natural Resource Center in Highland. Honorees included Francine Cepeda Blacksher, founder of Pacific Islander Graduate Recognition Program; Dr. Jenna Cortez-Aguirre, St. Mary’s Ballet Folklorico of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson It’s like an oxymoron — midterm elections are at fever pitch. This year holds the highest voter registrations for midterms that the nation has seen in ages. Will Rodriguez-Kennedy, president of California Young Democrats, said he sees younger voters devoting more time to campaigns, and there is a surge of energy wrapped ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Between all the pros and the cons, the slew of statewide ballot propositions should give voters enough reading material to keep them busy from now until the November 6 election. On Saturday, October 6, for those that haven’t had time to wade through the state ballot propositions, they can still catch up ...
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    Voter Empowerment Workshops By Dianne Anderson When it comes to politics, the most important thing to Damon Alexander is location, location, location. And, by location, he means keeping politics local. He feels that all politics has the biggest impact at the community level, even as voters often look to the national front. “Our gas tax ...