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(Raw video) Neel Kashkari speaks at Port of Stockton

Republican candidate for governor Neel Kashkari came to Stockton today. He’s running to unseat Gov. Jerry Brown. On one of the stops he took a ride on the Kennon Doyle with Republican candidates and leaders, as well as local water expert Dante Nomellini. After the riverboat passes in the background, he mentions a previous meeting [...]

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Congressman meeting with hospitals to talk Ebola

Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, released a statement recently about the spread of the Ebola virus. Reporter Joe Goldeen posted it on his blog, here. Fears about the disease, which has seen three cases in the United States, have become a part of the national electoral landscape in the lead up to the midterms. That’s been [...]

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Ebola statement from congressional candidate

Congressional candidate Tony Amador released a statement this week calling on tighter travel restrictions to slow the spread of the Ebloa virus to the country. The Republican Amador is running against four-term Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, who represents the 9th Congressional District. Here’s the press release sent out from the Amador campaign: Stockton.  Today Antonio [...]

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(Video) Munson and Winn talk to The Record’s editorial board

The Record’s editorial board meets with candidates in the weeks leading up to elections. It helps the ed. board pick which candidates it will endorse. We videotape part of those meetings and put them online. Russ Munson and Chuck Winn both came by in their runs to replace Supervisor Ken Vogel, who is terming out. [...]

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Iron Mike Tyson and the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors

Mike Tyson has been around town, lately, making appearances and doing his show at the Bob Hope Theatre. One of the stops was at Edison High School, where he appeared with Supervisor Carlos Villapudua and Tom Patti, a long-time friend of Tyson’s who is also running for the Board of Supervisors in 2016. A video [...]

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Video from candidate forums now online

One of the bonuses of the League of Women Voters of San Joaquin County holding two nights of candidate forums in Stockton City Hall is that the room is already wired to video the proceedings. We’ve written about the Stockton City Council forums, the county superintendent of schools forum and the meeting of candidates for [...]

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More on Lopez endorsement

Former County Administrator Manuel Lopez has endorsed a formal rival for the District 4 seat on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors. He picked Russ Munson over Chuck Winn. They three were on the June ballot to replace outgoing Supervisor Ken Vogel, who is terming out. Munson and Winn made it to the November [...]

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More on Vogel endorsements

The endorsement from Carlos Villapudua wasn’t the only nod from a current county supervisor to a candidate in the race for the District 4 seat on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors. That’s the seat held by Supervisor Ken Vogel, who is terming out at the end of the year. His choice for a [...]

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More on Villapudua endorsement

As we near Election Day, the endorsements from candidates running for office start coming in at a faster and faster clip. This past week, Supervisor Carlos Villapudua endorsed Russ Munson, who is running against Chuck Winn for Ken Vogel’s seat representing District 4. Here’s the full release on the endorsement from the Munson campaign:   [...]

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Anti-tunnels ad in race for Congress

Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, has released a campaign ad touting his opposition to the “Twin Tunnels,” referring to state plans to build tunnels that would bypass the Delta, creating a direct conduit from the Sacramento River to export pumps. Here’s the ad: His Republican opponent, Tony Amador, is also not a fan of the tunnels [...]

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