November 20, 2019
  • 8:47 am John Zaring | The Rational Center: Why Trump Will Lose in a Historic Landslide!
  • 5:25 pm
  • 10:10 am From the Publisher: A Quick Anniversary Update
  • 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
Photo courtesy of Christy Smith for Assembly.

On Thursday, July 25, Assemblymember Christy Smith’s campaign announced that it raised $429,869 during the first period of fundraising for her re-election in 2020.

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On June 27, Governor Gavin Newsom signed California’s $214.8 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which includes $6,547,000 in funding for colleges and nonprofit organizations in the 38th Assembly District.

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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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Gavin Newsom makes a campaign stop in Santa Clarita to barnstorm for Katie Hill on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

New data shows a continued decrease in Republican voter registration and a trend of increasing independent registration in Santa Clarita and its encompassing electoral districts, giving local Democrats a slight edge.

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Director Dante Acosta participates in his first meeting as a member of the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency board of directors. Mai Nguyen Do / The Proclaimer

Former Assemblyman Dante Acosta joined the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency Board of Directors after the board voted to confirm his nomination during its first meeting of 2019, filling a week-old vacancy and putting an end to the robust public debate that has surrounded the appointment.

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With days left until the general election, a political action committee largely funded by oil and gas companies is spending $120,616 on digital media in support of Dante Acosta (R-Santa Clarita).

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Photo courtesy of Christy Smith for Assembly.

As the 2018 election cycle wraps up, here is my closing argument to voters: vote.

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