Op/ed: Both parties need to figure how to get something done
Realistically, the best that either party, or the American public, can hope for is small ball.
Op/ed: Democrats hope for electoral comeback in 2016
Some Democrats who lost their race could try again in 2016. For today, however, it’s a safe bet that anyone who has just completed an exhausting and losing campaign isn’t thinking about two years from now.
Dubroff: A tale of turnout, transition and the state of tri-county politics
Money and party lines still count. But in the end, turnout will matter most.
Op/ed: Five states where senate polls may be misleading
Here are five states most at risk for polling mishaps in their Senate elections, ranked from most to least likely.
VCEDA remains opposed to pair of public education propositions
The Ventura County Economic Development Association, or VCEDA, has not budged on its opposition to two state ballot measures that would raise money for public education by increasing taxes. Earlier this month, VCEDA’s opposition to Proposition 30 and Proposition 38 — dueling tax measures designed to raise money for public education — kicked off a Read More →
Editorial: Get out the vote
Tuesday is Election Day — as you must know, if you’ve turned on a television, opened your mailbox or picked up a newspaper lately. There are scores of candidates and propositions on the region’s various ballots, more than we could ever hope to cover in the Business Times. We’ve tried to bring you the highlights Read More →
Elections could rattle region’s city halls
The battles for the 112th Congress and the governor’s office may be sucking up most of the oxygen this campaign season, but voters up and down the Tri-Counties will also pick new city councils on Nov. 2. The region’s largest cities — Oxnard, Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley — all have contested council elections. Read More →