LWV: “How voters can help make our election work smoothly”

People may think administering elections is easy. It’s not.  It’s very complicated.  In Tulare County alone, there are 161 different ballot types for the upcoming election, due to variously overlapping congressional districts, state assembly and senatorial districts, city council districts, school board areas, hospital zones, and water districts.  And, yes, the pandemic has added more […]

“I would like to voice my concern about Dr. and Mrs. Pandya and their recent statements and comments…”

I would like to voice my concern about Dr. and Mrs. Pandya and their recent statements and comments in regards to the election for the hospital board. They have made 1) false accusations of two seasoned and accomplished physicians 2)false accusations of hospital administration salaries 3)false accusations of corruption in the running of Sierra View […]

Comes a Down Ballot Rider

If you are anything like me, and would like to rudely unhorse our current commander in chief, there is no better way, metaphorically, than the tip of a lucky joust strike right through the eyehole of our president’s helmet–like Henry II suffered. Had he survived, Henry’s entourage were prepared to call him “Blinky.” Or “Left-turn […]

League of Women Voters Releases Their Proposition recommendations

The League of Women Voters has been fighting for Democracy for 100 years. The League is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization, dedicated to encouraging active participation in government, and fostering understanding of public policy. The following are their proposition recommendations for the November 3 General Election. For more election information, go to VotersEdge.org PROP 15  […]