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The Cow Wins: Devin Nunes Departs

Now that the euphoria has died down over Devin Nunes’ resignation from Congress, we move to the task of replacing him. And that gets somewhat confusing. First, a special election will be held to [...] Continue Reading

Midterm Election Outlook

The 2022 election cycle is already upon us. Midterm election cycles typically are defined by the national frame, and the party of the incumbent President rarely fares well. In the current [...] Continue Reading

Equity Now in Redistricting

The redistricting process is well underway for several legislative bodies. At the state level, the independent Citizens Redistricting Commission has held several hearings for input on drawing new [...] Continue Reading

Democratic Training Comes to Fresno

The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee (FCDCC) and the California Democratic Council (CDC) are sponsoring a Democratic Leadership Training. This full day of intense training includes a variety [...] Continue Reading

Walmart Expanding at Our Expense

“If I think too much about all of those Chinese factories where all the stuff in a Wal-Mart is made, I get that woozy feeling you get when you see ducks covered in crude oil.” —Douglas [...] Continue Reading

Proposed Ballot Propositions

The following propositions (summarized herein) have been cleared by the Attorney General’s office for signature gathering. Many of these would be disastrous for our state. Read and review the complete [...] Continue Reading

Redistricting Update

  Redistricting efforts are moving forward at various levels of government, and draft maps are currently available. A brief window of opportunity remains for individuals to participate by [...] Continue Reading

California Budget Crisis

(Note: The data herein were taken from a number of public sources. Not all of these sources were in agreement on the specific cuts or the precise amounts of those cuts, but there is general agreement [...] Continue Reading