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Elections

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  • Council tweaks campaign documents ordinance

    Huntington Beach council members on Monday made multiple changes to the initial draft of an ordinance regulating campaign documents. The item introduced by Councilman Joe Shaw passed on a 4-3 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper and councilmen Joe...
  • Mailbag: The government beast must diet

    Regarding "Pro tax group gets signs up," Sept. 20: After reading this article, it was crystal clear to me why California cities are collapsing one after another. And Huntington Beach will be next to fall if the electorate does not wake up and see what is...
  • Council agrees to consider rule on submitting mailers

    Huntington Beach council members gave the city attorney the go-ahead Monday to write an ordinance regarding campaign documents. The item passed in a 4-2 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper and Councilman Jim Katapodis dissenting. Councilman Joe...
  • Seven challenging incumbents

    Editor's note: This changes the third paragraph to include Patrick Tucker's title. Ten candidates for the Fountain Valley City Council are going into the last three weeks of campaigning. Candidates are vying for three opens seats occupied by Mayor Pro...
  • City Lights: Praise for ancestral lands

    It will be a day without politics at Bolsa Chica. Officially, anyway. Over the last three decades, the coastal area has been the center of one controversy after another, as developers dug in their shovels, officials debated and environmentalists...
  • All three incumbents racing for seats

    Fountain Valley is coming into the home stretch of the November elections with more than three times the number of City Council candidates than there are open seats. There are 10 candidates running for three opens seats being vacated by Mayor Pro Tem...
  • Reaching for absentee votes

    Dan Kalmick has a solid month of campaigning ahead for the Huntington Beach City Council. But as far as he's concerned, a single day may make or break his candidacy — and it's not the day before the election. Rather, Kalmick has his sights on Oct....
  • Parents rally against cell tower

    Concerned parents at Harbour View Elementary School are trying to get a ballot measure about two cell towers in parks voted down come November. The Committee for No on Measure Q, a group of about six parents, is spreading the word on the ballot measure...
  • Election forums draw in residents

    Election forums draw in residents
    Interested residents gathered for two election forums Monday and Tuesday to learn about the City Council candidates and Measure O. About 50 residents, including many City Council candidates, listened to the arguments for and against Measure O on Tuesday...
  • Teacher focuses on tourism, development

    Teacher focuses on tourism, development
    There's the old story about how Jimmy Carter got the attention of voters when he first ran for the White House. The little-known ex-governor walked up to strangers on the street, extended a hand and drawled, "Hi, I'm Jimmy Carter, and I'm going to be your...
  • Small business owner wants better policies

    Small business owner wants better policies
    The Boy Scouts teach many things: community service, integrity and responsibility. As a former Eagle Scout and current scout leader for his two sons, Erik Peterson said it also instilled in him a sense of responsibility to improve his community....
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Punk icons The Angry Samoans headline the Blue Café, 17208 Pacific Coast Hwy., Huntington Beach. The Failures, Action 45, Disguster and Ethanz Ride also perform. The 21-and-older show starts at 8 p.m. and is $8 at the door. For...