She may be incredibly vulnerable, as many California Republicans believe, but Dianne Feinstein is nearly untouchable by the speculative GOP candidates placed against her in the most recent Public Policy Poll. Following rumors and speculation that Republican Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-21) might challenge Feinstein, the poll gives Nunes all the cover he needs to bail … Read more
Talk about mixed messages: Tulare Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-21) spent the last month running attack advertisements against Sen. Dianne Feinstein and adding speculation to Gannett News Services that he might be inclined to run against her in 2012. But yesterday, Nunes’ chief of staff Johnny Amaral put the kibosh on Nunes’ speculative bid, McClatchy’s DC … Read more
In an interview with conservative news outlet The Daily Caller, lawyer and dentist Orly Taitz announced that she would run for the Republican nomination for California’s U.S. Senate seat. Taitz is well known as a proponent of birtherism, the theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States, told the Daily Caller’s … Read more
The Latest from the Interwebs LEADING OFF: JERRY BROWN UNVEILS PENSION REFORM, LABOR UNIONS BALK AT PROSPECTS Gov. Jerry Brown released his 12-point pension reform plan on Thursday, signaling the latest move in his agenda. Labor unions have made it very clear that they’re at odds with the Governor they helped elect just a year … Read more
His reelection bid maybe a year away, but that isn’t stopping Valley Rep. Devin Nunes from running a plethora of ads in the Central Valley. His most recent ad is a frontal attack on California’s senior U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein Valley-related record:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) introduced a bill that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on Tuesday, a law passed during the Contract with America days that established marriage between a man and woman.
It will be a while before the Calif. Republican Party can get back on its feet. An inside look at what things the party organization should be focusing on.
After falling short to billionaire Meg Whitman in the 2010 Gubernatorial Primary and losing his place as California Insurance Commissioner, the question being asked is: “What’s next?” The Los Gatos Republican gained quite a bit of public support throughout the California Primary campaign, but floundered in June after Whitman put the money squeeze on him … Read more
It’s Swearing-in Day in the United States Congress, which means that the Valley’s Congressional Delegation, consisting of Dennis Cardoza (CA-18), Jeff Denham (CA-19), Jim Costa (CA-20), Devin Nunes (CA-21) and Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) are being sworn in, most of these men are gaining quite a bit of clout in the House (on the exception of … Read more