With graduation season in full swing, it may be instructive to take a look at how the next generation of civic and business leaders views the current state of play in politics. Suffice it to say, that view is dim. A report from the Panetta Institute for Public Policy, a think tank located at the Read More →
The current way the region’s political districts are carved out is grossly unfair.
Right now it’s hard to imagine the Central Coast represented in Congress by someone other than Elton Gallegly, R-Simi Valley, or Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara. And it’s hard to imagine Assembly districts safer than the ones won by Democrat Das Williams or Republican Jeff Gorrell. But the day is coming when, thanks to redistricting, congressional Read More →