Is President Trump in Trouble for 2020?

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Rachel Bitecofer, a newish political strategist who called the 2018 Democratic wave has released her 2020 model and it doesn’t look good for the President and his party: Bitecofer has already released her 2020 model, and is alone among election forecasters in giving the Democrats—who, of course, do not yet have a nominee—the 270 electoral votes required to claim the presidency …

Endorsements– Republican Party of San Diego County Central Committee for the March 2020 Presidential Primary Election

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The Central Committee of the Republican Party of San Diego County (RPSDC) is the governing body of the local Republican Party.  Every four years, registered Republicans vote for up to 6 members to represent their “District”.  Mostly, through attrition or targeted removal by arcane and subjective “rules” enforcement, the voters’ will is overturned to appease special interests. Six years ago, …

Bloomberg v. Trump in November

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San Diego Congressman Scott Peters endorsed Mike Bloomberg for President this morning.  It’s a crafty endorsement for Peters because Bloomberg is an “outsider” but hardly an “outlier”.  Bloomberg was a successful disrputor in the Wall Street information business and built an admirable financial multi0media network.  Most recently, Bloomberg served as the 108th Mayor of New York City from 2002-2014. Peters …

Hoops with District 7 City Council Candidate “Holy” Noli Zosa

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Noli Zosa knows what it’s like to be the underdog.  Most everybody in town is celebrating the Aztecs undefeated basketball season (20-0 as of 1/24/2020), but yesterday, Noli and I watched a young, athletic Toreros team fall for the 14th time this season to Santa Clara University.  Noli is an undergrad and law school alumnus of the University of San …