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  1. Since Murphy is so detailed with his “reporting,” this may assist…

    SAN DIEGO — At its biennial organizational meeting last night at the Kona Kai Hotel, the Republican Party of San Diego County elected its Officers for the next two years and held its annual Christmas Party where top volunteers were honored.Chairman Tony Krvaric, 1st Vice Chairman Michael McSweeney, 2nd Vice Chairman Sherry Hodges and Treasurer Gary Felien were unanimously re-elected, while Derrick Roach was elected Secretary, succeeding Michael Rosen who was not seeking re-election. All were unanimously elected by acclamation.Chairman Krvaric: “I appreciate the confidence of the Committee in myself and our leadership team. This shows that we are united in purpose and committment to building on the momentum of our many local victories in 2010 and electing even more taxpayer advocates in the next two years.”-“The Republican Party of San Diego County was 100% successful in its top 16 targeted local races in 2010, dealing severe blows to the top nemesis of San Diego taxpayers: public employee labor unions. The era of them gorging themselves on our tax dollars is over,” Krvaric concluded.The event saw more than 350 attendees, including Assemblymen Martin Garrick, Nathan Fletcher and Brian Jones, State Senator Mark Wyland, San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio and dozens more Republican candidates and elected officials.Precinct Operations Chairman Don Burgett was honored for his volunteer efforts for our Get-Out-The-Vote program during 2010, and attendees were treated to a “Sankta Lucia” procession which is a Christmas tradition in Chairman Krvaric’s native Sweden.REFERENCE: TOP 16 TARGETED LOCAL RACES• Propositions passed: A and G• Propositions defeated: D, H and I• Candidates elected: Ernie Dronenburg (County Assessor), Ron Roberts and Bill Horn (County Supervisors), Lorie Zapf (San Diego City Council), Jerry Kern and Gary Felien (Oceanside City Council), Sam Abed (Escondido Mayor), Marie Waldron and Ed Gallo (Escondido City Council), Matt Hall (Carlsbad Mayor) and Farrah Douglas (Carlsbad City Council) ###

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