Posts Tagged ‘independent’

Sundheim for U.S. Senate – Campaign Event

May 27, 2016

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I had the privilege of joining Governor Pete Wilson, Councilman Bob Frutos & a host of business leaders for Cocktails & Conversation with U.S. Senate Candidate Duf Sundheim at the beautiful Beverly Hills home of Eric George. After a few words from the Governor & former DA Steve Cooley, Duf shared his background & vision for the State & Country, covering job creation, education & health care, public safety & national security, water & the importance of stopping sanctuary city enabler Kamala Harris from being elected. Harris’ politicization of the Office of AG, unlawful search/seizure of Planned Parenthood videos & failure to defend the will of majority of CA Voters on Prop 8, are just some of the reasons Christian conservatives & constitution loving Americans should look elsewhere this July.

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Bob Huff for LA County Supervisor (District 5)

November 20, 2015

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CA State Senator Bob Huff spoke recently @ the Burbank Buck & Ballot Brigade “Bakery & Politics Night”. Huff covered a wide range of topics including¬†transportation, water, public¬†safety, helping small business, film tax¬†credits, the demise of redevelopment, working with¬†others¬†across¬†the aisle to get¬†things¬†done (sometimes incrementally) as a¬†minority leader, reaching Latinos, his journey into public service¬†from Church to City Council to State Senator, and his upcoming campaign to replace Mike Antonovich (termed out) for LA County Supervisor. For more information on his candidacy, please visit his website:¬†http://supervisorbobhuff.com/¬†&/or FaceBook page. Links:¬†FLICKR PHOTO Album | FACEBOOK PHOTO Album

Mark MacCarley for State Assembly (43rd District)

October 22, 2015

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Ret. Major General Mark MacCarley speaks about his service in the U.S. Military, veterans affairs, his law practice and candidacy for Assembly in the 43rd District (Burbank/Glendale) in 2016. For more information, please visit FaceBook & the Mark MacCarley for State Assembly (43rd District) website Рwww.MacCarleyCampaign.com . FLICKR PHOTO Album | FACEBOOK PHOTOS

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Burbank Primary Election 2015

January 31, 2015

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Primary 02/24/2015 ‚Äď City Election Information | Election Central

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CITY COUNCIL Candidates (2 seats)  * = endorsements

David Nos*: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 563-5558

Juan Guillen*: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 557-7700

Elise Stearns-Niesen: Website | FaceBook | Email | City | 659-5845

Sharon Springer: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 388-8483

Will Rogers: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 843-2211

Emily Gabel-Luddy: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 559-2015

Chris Rizzotti: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 262-5446

SCHOOL BOARD Candidates (3 seats)  * = endorsements

Vahe Hovanessian*: Website | FaceBook | Email | City | 606-4486

Roberta Reynolds: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 558-7854

Greg Sousa: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 562-3029

Armond Aghakhanian: Website | FaceBook | Email | City | 640-9797

Steve Ferguson: Website | FaceBook | Email | City page | 415-9048

Jesse Tangkhanya: Website | FaceBook | Email | City | 323-877-7577

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Primary Election Commentary – Burbank City Council

We Love Burbank – the Media Capital of the World; It’s Churches, Schools, Police & Fire services, Parks, Small-Town Feel & Quality of Life.¬†But that Quality of Life is under threat from agenda-driven Politicians, Staff bureaucrats & Developers who want¬†to buy & sell Burbank for their own benefit.¬†From the approval of the Cusumano’s¬†Talaria condos traffic nightmare on Olive with it’s extra¬†density¬†& lack of affordable housing, to the 3rd ¬†St. & Cypress Apt. project also approved by the Council*¬†(Gabel-Luddy) & Planning Board (Rizzotti) @ 25% above code, tentative plans¬†for the¬†old Ikea site to be converted to mixed-use Apartments instead of an open commercial retail space, uncertainty re development plans for¬†the massive 58 acre Airport B-6 Property (aka “Opportunity Site”) being sold to fund a new “safer” 14 gate terminal, rampant¬†mansionization, speeding &¬†unlicensed¬†care/sober living facilities‚ĶBurbank is looking/feeling more like Glendale & West L.A. every year.

We need to put the brakes on!¬†We need to change the fundamental direction the City is going in.¬†We need smart growth that puts the needs of the Residents and our Neighborhoods above the profits of Developers.¬†We need New Leaders who’s No.1 desire is to Serve & Protect You and I; Our Families, Our Neighborhoods, Our Livelihoods.¬†So please join us in supporting David Nos & Juan Guillen for Burbank City Council,¬†2 longtime Burbank Residents & Small Business Owners with servant hearts & the right mix of¬†experience¬†& youth to be¬†your voice¬†on the City Council.¬†And let’s¬†work¬†together¬†to make Burbank a better place to live, work & play for everyone.

Update 2/24/15: It’s Election Day! If you haven’t already mailed in your ballot you’ll need to drop it off today before 7pm. Today’s drop-off locations incl. Joslyn & Tuttle Centers, City Clerk’s Office, Buena Vista Library, McCambridge Rec Ctr., John Muir Middle School, Edison Elementary & Burbank Adult School. #VoteBurbank * Check back tonight after 8pm for Election Results.

Happy 4th July! Welcome Hobby Lobby! Wake Up!

July 3, 2014

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Pastor Jack Hibbs (Calvary Chapel Chino Hills) Special 4th of July Message

Bob Frutos – Relections on his 1st Year in Office

March 29, 2014

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Burbank Councilman Bob Frutos – “Reflections on the 1st Year in Office” event @ The Buck and Ballot Brigade Pizza & Politics night in Burbank. Among the topics discussed; Unlicensed Care Facilities and upcoming Public & Council meetings re¬†IDCO, Burbank Airport B-6 Property aka “Opportunity site” ideas/options (incl. Sports stadium), IKEA’s approval, Hobby Lobby, AB 1266 – the Co-Ed Bathroom/Shower Bill, the (premature) announcement by Christopher Rizzoti of his intent to run for Council and the negative (hostile) reaction, and many other local, state & federal issues.

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Next Event: Debbie Kukta, City Treasurer speaks about Burbank Finances

Friday, April 25th 6-8pm. Free Pizza! Links: FLYER | RSVP/Info email


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