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Local elections are important! It’s difficult to get info if they support CI needs. As an organization, are there local candidates we should be backing?
We have some interesting choices. I think it helps to get a background on all of them.
County Board of Supervisors
Tim Flynn is running against Carmen Ramirez for County Board of Supervisors for our District – the seat that has been held by John Zaragosa.
For Oxnard elections the candidate race that will impact us is for Mayor.
Candidates for Oxnard Mayor are:
John Zaragosa – Past County Board of Supervisors and past council member in Oxnard.
Deierdre Frank – She is an attorney and has been on the Planning Commission for Oxnard for many years
I found this interesting as on overview for some who may not be aware of who she is:
“One choice is a woman who has led our Planning Commission, accumulating an admirable record of prudence and fairness between development and environmentalism. Deidre Frank is well known in Oxnard as an attorney and a fighter for causes like pesticide-exposed farmworkers and protection for Ormond Beach wetlands. Frank would bring a fresh perspective and years of pertinent experience. She is aware of the daunting economic, civic and moral challenges our city faces. And she is no pushover. We have not had a female mayor since 1974.”
Then there are the MEASURES:
The best information I have seen on the measures are covered in some very awesome videos put together by Gabe Teran – a bright young man with a talent for making information accessible to all!
Measure L – which gives the elected Treasurer the authority of Finance director! This is a problem! Please vote NO!
(click for Measure L Video)
Neighborhood Council hosted a meeting on all measures: