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September 22, 2009 | Jean Merl and Ari B. Bloomekatz
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office has searched two homes in a probe of whether Democratic state Sen. Roderick Wright lives in the district he represents, officials confirmed Monday. David Demerjian, who heads the D.A.'s Public Integrity Division, told The Times that investigators searched two homes early Wednesday morning, but he would not divulge the addresses. One of the homes is in Wright's 25th Senate District and the other is in the neighboring 26th District.
December 28, 1992
I'd like to publicly congratulate Congressman-elect Buck McKeon on his general election victory and also thank the Los Angeles Times for its fair and unbiased coverage of the campaign. I'd also like to thank reporter Jack Cheevers for his professionalism and accuracy. In a difficult and ever-changing political year, The Times provided its readers with a very valuable service. As a former award-winning journalist, I acknowledge your efforts and applaud them. I also hope your readers appreciate the accomplishments of your editorial staff as well.
May 15, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS
Former Rep. John H. Rousselot got a boost Thursday in his campaign for the Republican nomination in the 25th Congressional District, picking up an influential endorsement from Frank Visco, a former state GOP chairman. Visco, a Lancaster insurance broker, had been courted by two other major GOP candidates--Assemblyman Phillip Wyman of Tehachapi and former Santa Clarita Mayor Howard (Buck) McKeon.
March 12, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS
The campaign manager for Republican 25th District congressional candidate Howard (Buck) McKeon has quit, citing conflicts with another campaign staffer. Rita Garasi, a longtime friend of McKeon who managed his successful 1987 race for Santa Clarita City Council, said she resigned Monday over disagreements with campaign office manager Tammy Thomas. McKeon is among six people seeking the Republican nomination in the 25th Congressional District, which covers northern Los Angeles County.
November 15, 2011 | Dennis McLellan
Teresa Hughes, a former Democratic state senator and assemblywoman from the Los Angeles area who was best known for her focus on education during her 25 years in the California Legislature, has died. She was 80. Hughes, a resident of Castro Valley, Calif., died at a hospital after a sudden illness, said her husband, Dr. Frank Staggers Sr. A former New York social worker, teacher and school administrator who had grown up in Harlem, Hughes was elected to the state Assembly in a special election in 1975.
February 14, 2002 | From a Times Staff Writer
George A. Kasem, the first Arab American to serve in the House of Representatives, has died at 82. Kasem died Monday of pneumonia at a care facility in Carlsbad. The one-term congressman, a liberal Democrat, was elected to serve the 25th District, encompassing West Covina, in 1958 but lost his bid for reelection in 1960. During his brief tenure in Washington, Kasem worked for federal aid to education, medical care for the aged and funding of the San Gabriel Valley Flood Control project.
February 28, 1985
Figures in these San Gabriel Valley elections are drawn from campaign statements filed with state and county offices. Loans and non-cash aid include all money loaned and any non-monetary services contributed to the campaign. Surplus and deficit figures refer to the cash on hand at year-end, minus outstanding debts. N/A refers to candidates who were not required to file detailed reports because they raised and spent less than $500.
December 2, 2013 | By Jean Merl and Richard Simon
Shortly after dropping out of a Ventura County-based congressional district race and endorsing a fellow Republican, former state Sen. Tony Strickland has taken an official step to run in a neighboring district, records show. Strickland on Nov. 29 filed a notice with the Federal Election Commission that he is interested in running to represent the 25th Congressional District, a seat now held by Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-Santa Clarita). But a spokesman for Strickland said "Tony has the utmost respect" for McKeon and "should he choose to retire, he would plan to run in the 25th District to replace him. " Speculation that McKeon will retire has been building but a spokeswoman said Monday that "Congressman McKeon hasn't made any decisions about 2014.
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