‘Tis the Season for Political Mailers: Day 17

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Seventeen days in and fifty pieces of primary mail later, one thing is for certain; Lorie Zapf’s City Council campaign is spending an exorbitant amount of funds on literature. To date, her camp, the Lincoln Club of San Diego County, the San Diego Republican Party, and various consulting firms have sent a combined total of sixteen different items my way. …

Mail and Ads Galore

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Candidates and consultants are taking the opportunity to send along their PDFs and clips.  Here’s a hodgepodge: Jim Duffy for Sheriff radio spot… Duffyradio Bill Wells for AD 77 mailer (a reader sent it, not the campaign, so it is a scan of the back only)… http://sdrostra.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Wells-Mailer-2-back-001.jpg Christine Rubin for AD 77 mailer… Rubin Republican Rick Powell for AD 78 …

Stone’s Pattern of Abuse Should Disqualify Him in Minds of Voters

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The following appears on the FlashReport today: by Scott Barnett It should come as no surprise to the readers of this website that occasionally in politics, a politician will say one thing and do another. But never in my career have I seen such a blatant display of hypocrisy than I have after observing Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone’s campaign …

Today’s Campaign/News Hi-Lites

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VOSD: Strong Mayor: The Funding Proponents VOSD: Strong Mayor: Free TV for Proponents SDUT: “Big Box” ban is back – Gloria eager to fight the scourge of cheap groceries SDNR: Chula Vista’s Crash Tax VOSD: A Battle Over Who Speaks for Latinos in Vista Schools SDUT: Outsider role seems to suit environmental attorney SDUT: Jessica’s Law’s huge flaw