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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In its first foray into a congressional race this year, the California Democratic Party today will put up a cable-television ad casting Rep. James E. Rogan (R-Glendale) as an obstacle in the fight against classroom overcrowding. The Rogan campaign responded by accusing the Democrats of "breathless dishonesty," saying he has voted repeatedly to hire new teachers to reduce class size.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In its first foray into a congressional race this year, the California Democratic Party today will air a cable television ad casting Rep. James E. Rogan (R-Glendale) as an obstacle in the fight against classroom overcrowding. The Rogan campaign responded by accusing the Democrats of "breathless dishonesty." Aides said Rogan has voted repeatedly to hire teachers to reduce class sizes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN
Rep. James E. Rogan (R-Glendale) retreated Friday night from allegations he and the manager of his reelection campaign had revived this week about the purported "pro-terrorist sympathies" of a Los Angeles Muslim leader. During a half-hour meeting at the Glendale Hilton Hotel with the Muslim leader, Salam Al-Marayati, Rogan gave Al-Marayati a letter stating the lawmaker had seen no statements "indicating you encourage or support terrorism."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rep. Jim Rogan (R-Glendale) sends voters a letter typed in the Armenian alphabet to trumpet his record as a "true friend and staunch ally" of anyone who can read it. Not to be outdone, his challenger, state Sen. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), stammers through a banquet speech in Armenian, one syllable at a time. Perhaps most daring of all is Assemblyman Jack Scott (D-Altadena), who is contending for state Senate.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For nearly two years, Northridge teacher Brian Rooney has been working at the painstaking task of compiling a registry of thousands of war memorials across the country. But now his crusade to get the state and federal governments to keep their own directories of the plaques, flagpoles and other monuments to veterans has become the battleground of a political campaign. Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale) and his Democratic challenger in the 27th Congressional District, state Sen.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 2000 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For nearly two years, Northridge teacher Brian Rooney has been working at the painstaking task of compiling a registry of thousands of war memorials across the country. But now his crusade to get the state and federal governments to keep their own directories of the plaques, flagpoles and other monuments to veterans has become the battleground of a political campaign. Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale) and his Democratic challenger in the 27th Congressional District, state Sen.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 2000 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Milton J. Chamberlain, a retired patent attorney in Buffalo, Wyo., had never heard of Rep. James E. Rogan until the Glendale Republican gained national attention for his prosecution role in President Clinton's impeachment trial last year. "I was very impressed with him. I have the very strong feeling that he was doing what he thought was right . . . [and] he did a very professional job," said Chamberlain.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 2000 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glendale Republican Rep. James E. Rogan, locked in one of the nation's pivotal, most hotly contested congressional campaigns, has launched a cable television commercial blitz--almost six months before the Nov. 7 election. Rogan is believed by congressional campaign leaders in both major parties to be the first House of Representatives candidate to turn to paid television in this fall's general elections.
NEWS
May 2, 2000 | RICHARD SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a classic case of that was then, this is now--Washington style. As the cameras zoomed in on Bill Clinton at a recent White House rally touting gun-control legislation, Brian P. Bilbray, a Republican congressman from San Diego, stood conspicuously alongside the president he had voted to impeach. What's more, Rep. James E. Rogan (R-Glendale), a national hero of conservatives and the No. 1 target of Democrats for his role as an impeachment prosecutor, also was at the ceremony.
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