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January 22, 2004 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
Former Assemblyman Howard Kaloogian of Carlsbad formally launched his campaign for the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, joining a crowded field of Republicans hoping to unseat Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) in the November election. His announcement tour included a San Diego news conference with illegal-immigration opponent Ron Prince, one of the authors of Proposition 187, the 1994 ballot measure that would have outlawed many state services for such immigrants.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 2004 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
Former Assemblyman Howard Kaloogian of Carlsbad formally launched his campaign for the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, joining a crowded field of Republicans hoping to unseat Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) in the November election. His announcement tour included a San Diego news conference with illegal-immigration opponent Ron Prince, one of the authors of Proposition 187, the 1994 ballot measure that would have outlawed many state services for such immigrants.
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September 18, 2010 | By Matea Gold, Tribune Washington Bureau
Sal Russo cut his first political ad in 1969 as a 23-year-old aide to then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, dispatched to California's Salinas Valley to help a local apricot farmer win a state Assembly seat. Since then, he has been a mainstay in the state's conservative political circles, consulting for the likes of Gov. George Deukmejian and presidential hopeful Jack Kemp. In the 2008 presidential campaign, he crafted a series of pungent commercials questioning Barack Obama's patriotism in the hopes of bolstering John McCain.
NEWS
March 4, 2004
-- Statewide 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Democrat Barbara Boxer 2,246,373 100 Republican Bill Jones 892,506 45 Rosario Marin 402,358 20 Howard Kaloogian 221,024 11 Toni C. Casey 125,583 6 Timothy Oliver Stoen 112,124 6 James Stewart 70,703 4 Barry L. Hatch 63,713 3 John M. Van Zandt 51,566 3 Danney Ball 33,667 2 Bill Quraishi 28,967 1 American Independent Don Grundmann 28,704 100 Libertarian James Gray 12,219 57 Gail Lightfoot 9,176...
OPINION
February 25, 2004
Re "State GOP Haunted by Ghost of Prop. 187," Feb. 21: There are several points that should be considered. First, Proposition 187 had a 60% affirmative vote. Second, it affected only illegal immigrants. Finally, the new petition being circulated does not affect the schooling of illegal immigrants and calls for enforcing existing laws that deny benefits to those illegally in the country. If the Republican Party is afraid that it will lose voters by advocating the enforcement of laws on illegal immigration, then something is very wrong.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
Illegal immigrants would be barred from transferring money to foreign countries under a proposal being floated by Howard Kaloogian, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. Kaloogian said that, if elected, he would introduce legislation requiring people to show valid identification, such as a Social Security number and a driver's license, before sending money from the United States to another country. "Enough is enough, already," he said at a news conference Thursday in Chatsworth.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 2005 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Once Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger receives official notification of the resignation of Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Rancho Santa Fe), he has two weeks to call a special election in the 50th Congressional District. Unlike a Senate vacancy, he cannot appoint a successor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 22, 2004 | Julie Tamaki, Times Staff Writer
Sen. Barbara Boxer plunged into campaign mode Saturday in Pasadena, where she was endorsed by a Latino political group after speaking out against President Bush's controversial guest worker plan and a new proposal similar to 1994's anti-illegal immigrant measure, Proposition 187. "We don't need that in our state," said Boxer, a Democrat, of the latest attempt to bar illegal immigrants from receiving a broad array of public services.
NEWS
June 11, 1996 | MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Democrat-generated proposal to levy a new tax on oil companies for their high gas prices--and lower prices at the pump by 10 cents a gallon--ran into Republican opposition and was defeated Monday in an Assembly committee. Billed as potential relief for motorists, a bill whose backers accused the industry of price gouging failed to survive its first lower-house hearing. The measure by Democratic Sens. Mike Thompson of St. Helena and Daniel E.
OPINION
February 14, 2003
Gov. Gray Davis barely won reelection last November and his poll ratings continue to drop as the state's budget crisis deepens. Democrats think he has abandoned them and Republicans want nothing to do with him. He's got so many enemies that some in the GOP have begun a recall campaign against him. Will that solve anything? No. In fact, the chaos and bitterness of a recall campaign would only delay the difficult decisions needed to bring the state budget into balance.
NEWS
August 25, 1995 | MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While thunder on the right reverberated through the state Senate, Republicans in the Assembly staged their own show of strength Thursday, orchestrating lower house passage of $100 million in tax breaks for businesses and individuals. Buoyed by new conservative leadership in both houses, Assembly tax-cutters dominated debate and controlled the votes as measures passed that would lower taxes for airlines, military veterans and new and old industries.
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