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elections

    Red Light Cameras, Voting, Senior Center On Santa Clarita Agenda

    While a Metro billboard proposal might be a big draw for Tuesday’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting at City Hall, there will be a number of other important issues discussed by city officials. City Council members are going to discuss Santa Clarita’s red light camera contracts, California’s high speed rail plan and moving the city election. Santa Clarita officials also have an item on the agenda to support funding for nutrition for a Senior Center program is also on the agenda.

    A Look At Fundraising For Congressional Candidates Rogers, Strickland And Knight

    Three lead a pack of politicians in the fundraising race for the 25th Congressional District, a Democrat and two Republicans

    Castaic Library Purchase, Fee Increases Approved By County Board

    The purchase of the Castaic Public Library building, along with several other agenda items affecting the Santa Clarita Valley, were approved unanimously by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday meeting.

    Newhall School District Candidates Discuss Charter Schools, API At Forum

    Newhall School District incumbents Christy Smith and Phil Ellis and challenger Sandra Bull joined local media for a candidate forum at SCVTV Studios on Sunday, Oct. 20., to discuss the future of the district. The community can vote on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

    Newhall County Water Board Candidates Address Water Concerns At Forum

    SCVTV hosted the Newhall County Water District forum, where local media representatives interviewed district incumbents in time for the election Nov. 5.

    Voting Rights Expert Looks At Conditions For A CVRA Violation

    A voting rights expert who is been involved as an expert witness in dozens of lawsuits of the California Voting Rights Act said such cases usually come down to two things and there are few remedies outside of districting.


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    More Candidates Add Their Names To School Board Races

    Election season is in full swing, and three new candidates have added their names to the race for Saugus Union and Sulphur Springs School District boards. Ken Chase will run Sulphur Springs. Bruce Fox and Chris Trunkey will run for Saugus Union.

    LA County Clerk Urges Against Moving Elections

    County supervisors are being asked by local districts to move elections; the county's registrar-recorder is urging against the move