Political Fix (5 March, 2020)

Election Hangover It’s Super Tuesday and everyone is anxiously awaiting election watch parties and all the election returns. Then I land back to earth finding that both Fresno and Tulare Counties are experiencing problems at their polling places. It’s going to be a long night. The Tulare County Registrar of Voters reported that some voting […]

Primary: Shuklian win, Valadao leads Cox, Salas leads Cotta, Micari leads Crocker

Primary 2020 went smoothly for Tulare, Kings and Fresno Counties as election returns were almost final before midnight. Here is a breakdown of the parties and victories up and down the South Valley as the final numbers came revealed the winners and losers. 22nd Congressional District With early returns coming in heavily in his favor, […]

Political Fix (20 February, 2020)

Primary Predictions 2020 It’s Super Tuesday March 3 and the local races have turned out to be as exciting as the Primary. As of February 18 only 5.7% of Californians had returned their mail-in ballot and most of those are Republicans. That’s because Democrats are watching the debates and primary returns before voting to see […]

Political Fix (6 February, 2020)

Is Brad Maaske Qualified to Hold Public Office? Local real estate broker and business owner Brad Maaske is running for Tulare County Board of Supervisors District 3 against incumbent Amy Shuklian. He has a few blemishes. According to public records Mr. Maaske has two DUIs, has been married five times, had a temporary restraining order […]

Local Ag Warns Corcoran – Suit Against Curtimade Dairy Will Have Statewide Consequences

It was standing room only as supporters of Curtimade Dairy lined the walls of Corcoran City Council Chambers during last night’s city council meeting. Corcoran is currently suing the Curti family for $65 million dollars for damages incurred when their dairy allegedly contaminated the city’s water supply at the height of the drought in 2015. […]