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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1986
Every American has the right to run for political office. However, I firmly believe that one must be qualified before he deserves support. Nathan Rosenberg is not qualified to serve as my congressman. In the two years Rosenberg has lived in our community he has never participated in our community efforts or worked against or even for offshore drilling, development, a tax decrease or a balanced budget. I know Rosenberg personally because of my membership in Young Republicans.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1986
It is a rare experience to open the newspaper and find truly good news. I had such an experience when I read that Nathan Rosenberg was going to challenge Robert E. Badham in the June primary election. Badham is not only an undistinguished member of Congress but is considered an embarrassment to his district. Our 40th Congressional District needs and deserves a dynamic, potentially influential representative in Congress. Your article indicates that Rosenberg could fill that position.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1985
Jeffrey A. Perlman's recent commentary (July 28) on the causes and consequences of the decision by Interior Secretary Donald P. Hodel to terminate the moratorium on oil drilling in the offshore waters of Orange County was excellent but not quite complete. And the comments (Aug. 4) by Assemblyman Gil Ferguson (R-Newport Beach) and the letters to the editor underscore that omission. The other factor which made it almost a foregone conclusion that coastal Orange County would get the brunt of the drilling is that Rep. Robert E. Badham (R-Newport Beach)
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