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Old 11-05-2014, 11:02 AM
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Default Diane Ritchie got the BOOT!

It looks like Diane Ritchie got the boot. That is good ... that is very very good! Mostly ... in the state offices and in bright blue SF Bay Area, the GOP did not fare very well...

The city council for SJ district 1, (true to its mostly conservative bent) ... elected Chuck, (Chappie) Jones as the council member to represent them. I believe district 1 appears to be consistently sending the lone conservative to the city council of SJ.

The Assembly District 28, (where I live) ... Chuck Page lost 41.77% to Evan Low's 58.23% This appears to be the smallest margin of all the CA assembly races here in Santa Clara County.

Most of the conservatives in SC County lost by almost 2-to-1 margins ... Maybe we can get this trend started ...

I suppose it starts with push-back no?
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