Who wants to replace "Governor Kennedy Republican" in 2010??
These Californians want your consideration to be "Governor Arnold "Kennedy Republican" Schwarzenegger replacement in 2010 and one "ex. candidate" is reduce to shilling for the current governor in New Jersey.
The race to replace the "Kennedy Republican" is picking up steam with the potential candidates making their intentions official, or will shortly.
On the Republican side, former E-Bay executive Meg Whitman "re-announced" her candidacy
in a Fullerton rally. Whitman has also used her considerable financial resources to make major ad buys on local talk radio stations such as KFI, KABC, and KRLA.
San Fransisco Mayor Gavin Newsom who has the endorsement of former President Bill Clinton, was given the same City Hall treatment by supporter
, former City Council President Alex Padilla in the recent past.
Then there is Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who many thought would have been the front-runner for governor in the "pre-Mirthala" period. Now he is relegated to being the "special guest"
at a Beverly Hills fundraiser for New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine, who is in major trouble in his re election campaign back home.
** The Los Angeles City Council voted on these issues of "importance".
First, cut down a tree, including a sacred oak, and face the wrath of your local government
. The "Fifteen Group" who owns the oak-filled Wyvernwood Apartment Complex in CD 14 might want to host Councilman Jose Huizar for another Super Bowl trip, to get an variance.
Second, they voted 12-0 to limit the amount of roosters
or, errrrrrr, COCKS!!, to one per household. This comment from measure author Councilwoman Janice Hahn will be highlighted in bold for history. “Roosters have their place in this city, but we think having more than one per property causes problems,” she said.
Shades of the days of late Los Angeles County Sheriff Sherman Block as current Sheriff Lee Baca, announces no closures
of county jail spaces.
LA Weekly's Christine Pelisek has more on the "gruesome details"
regarding the cold-blooded murder of LA Sheriff Deputy Juan Escalante by the Avenues Gang. Details includes some comments by gang members about using the resources of Homeboy Industries to provide cover for their activities.
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