August 25, 2019
  • 10:30 am Coast Guard veteran Eric Ohlsen to challenge Assemblymember Tom Lackey
  • 11:00 am Black ‘N Blue fights to break The SCV Curse
  • 10:30 am Highlights from Mike Garcia’s interview with The Talk of Santa Clarita
  • 10:00 am Los Angeles County adopts new sustainability plan
  • 8:00 am Santa Clarita community holds vigil to honor victims of recent mass shootings

At their June 25 meeting, the Santa Clarita City Council officially proclaimed June as LGBTQ Pride month and wished residents a safe and happy Fourth of July.

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During the June 11 Santa Clarita City Council meeting, councilmembers discussed Senate Bill 13, the new budget, rodenticides and potentially recognizing LGBTQ Pride Month.

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Assemblymember Christy Smith’s (D-Santa Clarita) bill to authorize additional high school students to enroll in summer community college courses passed the Assembly floor on Wednesday, May 29.

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The 2014 lawsuit over the California Voting Rights Act prompted a debate that still continues — should Santa Clarita support change to its governing structures?

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Photo courtesy of Mike Garcia for Congress.

Mike Garcia’s career as a fighter pilot in the United States Navy took him around the world. From the skies of Fallujah, to the deck of the USS Nimitz, to the fields of Lemoore Air Station in California’s Central Valley — Garcia’s two-decade long naval career imbued within him an international perspective that has indelibly […]

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Met by a crowd of constituents and a handful of agitators, Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) discussed Medicare, voting rights, gun reform and her first 100 days in Congress at a town hall event at Santa Clarita City Hall on Saturday afternoon. Hill and her staff opened up the town hall event by announcing that […]

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Katie Hill poses for a photo with local resident Rabiah Coon during an event with Gavin Newsom and Sen. Kamala Harris on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer.

New filings released by the Federal Election Commission show that Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) raised over $600,000 during the first quarter of the 2020 election cycle. According to official reports, the 25th Congressional District’s incumbent representative brought in $605,418.29 to her 2020 committee, exceeding the $560,000 estimate her campaign previously claimed to have raised. […]

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Cartoon by Frank Hansen.

Local cartoonist Frank Hansen’s first cartoon for The Proclaimer takes on the aversion of Santa Clarita’s suburbanites for the rest of Los Angeles County.

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Photo courtesy of Suzette Valladares for Congress.

Suzette Valladares calls herself a “constitutional conservative.” However, it was neither Ronald Reagan nor any other Republican stalwart who sparked her initial interest in politics. Instead, it was Al Gore.

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Katie Hill talks to campaign supporters during a fundraising event on Aug. 28, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

Following the first fundraising deadline of the 2020 election cycle, Rep. Katie Hill’s (D-Ague Dulce) campaign announced that she raised more than $560,000 during the quarter. The campaign claims that more than 82 percent of Hill’s fundraising came directly from individual donors, with more than 6,200 individual contributions. “To start the 2020 campaign so strongly, […]

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