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August 8, 1992 | From Times Wire Services
Several male delegates to the Republican National Convention, including New York Sen. Alfonse M. D'Amato and former White House chief of staff Howard H. Baker Jr., have given up their delegate credentials so more women can attend the Houston conclave, party officials said Friday. D'Amato and Baker, a former U.S. senator from Tennessee, both will have floor passes and be able to sit with their delegations, GOP officials said. However, they will not be able to vote.
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June 2, 1996 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You are at the table, with the women, and the evening is not going well for Bob Dole. "I think what is happening to the Republican Party," says Eileen Padberg, "is that it's losing all of us, the people here tonight, at this table." Heads nod in agreement, which is not entirely unexpected because public opinion surveys have already documented Dole's difficulties in California, particularly among women.
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June 2, 1996 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You are at the table, with the women, and the evening is not going well for Bob Dole. "I think what is happening to the Republican Party," says Eileen Padberg, "is that it's losing all of us, the people here tonight, at this table." Heads nod in agreement, which is not entirely unexpected because public opinion surveys have already documented Dole's difficulties in California, particularly among women.
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August 8, 1992 | From Times Wire Services
Several male delegates to the Republican National Convention, including New York Sen. Alfonse M. D'Amato and former White House chief of staff Howard H. Baker Jr., have given up their delegate credentials so more women can attend the Houston conclave, party officials said Friday. D'Amato and Baker, a former U.S. senator from Tennessee, both will have floor passes and be able to sit with their delegations, GOP officials said. However, they will not be able to vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2000 | BOB RECTOR, Bob Rector is opinion page editor for the San Fernando Valley and Ventura County editions of The Times
If they matched up political opponents based on differences in style and personality, the race between Susan Carpenter McMillan and Carol Liu would be a textbook example. Carpenter McMillan, a Republican, and Liu, a Democrat, are meeting in the race to represent the 44th Assembly District, replacing Democrat Jack Scott, who is running for the state Senate. The district encompasses Pasadena, Altadena, La Canada-Flintridge, Sunland-Tujunga and parts of Glendale.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 2000
Somewhere between Y2K and dimpled chads, life, in all its delicious complexity, continued its inexorable march before our wondering eyes this past year. On the pages of Valley Perspective, San Fernando Valley residents vented their anger, expressed their astonishment, laughed, cried, made promises, observations and, more often than not, good sense. What follows is the passing parade of AD 2000 in the words of those who joined in the march--and through the pen of cartoonist J.D. Crowe.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1995
Some folks were angry about the inconveniences resulting from last week's partial shutdown of the federal government. Others, like Rep. Christopher Cox (R-Newport Beach), were angry that not enough was closed. Cox was aghast to learn that in spite of the budget impasse, the outdated federal helium program was deemed "essential" and continued producing hot air. Cox has won House approval to shut down the program, labeled one of the biggest federal boondoggles in recent times.
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