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March 20, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State Senate candidate Robert Oltman sued primary foe Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) for libel Tuesday, based on a campaign mailer that, he says, falsely reports his opposition to two ballot propositions that expand the use of the death penalty. The lawsuit, filed in Burbank Superior Court, also names Boland consultants Carlos Rodriguez and Dave Gilliard as defendants. Boland was unavailable for comment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State Senate candidate Robert Oltman sued primary foe Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) for libel Tuesday, based on a campaign mailer that, he says, falsely reports his opposition to two ballot propositions that expand the use of the death penalty. The lawsuit, filed in Burbank Superior Court, also names Boland consultants Carlos Rodriguez and Dave Gilliard as defendants. Boland was unavailable for comment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) and businessman Robert Oltman were considered front-runners for the Republican nomination in the 21st State Senate District when retiring state Sen. Newt Russell threw them a curveball: He endorsed their opponent Wilbert Smith. The endorsement from Russell has the potential to turn the contest into a three-way race if perennial candidate Smith, director of community relations for Gov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) and businessman Robert Oltman were considered front-runners for the Republican nomination in the 21st State Senate District when retiring state Sen. Newt Russell threw them a curveball: He endorsed their opponent Wilbert Smith. The endorsement from Russell has the potential to turn the contest into a three-way race if perennial candidate Smith, director of community relations for Gov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Paula L. Boland (R-Granada Hills) and businessman Robert Oltman were considered front-runners for the Republican nomination in the 21st state Senate District, when retiring state Sen. Newt Russell threw them a curve ball: He endorsed their opponent Wilbert Smith. The nod from Russell has the potential to turn the contest into a three-way race if perennial candidate Smith, director of community relations for Gov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1992
The following is a list of people who have declared their intention to run for newly redrawn state Senate and Assembly districts in the San Fernando Valley and adjacent areas. The deadline for filing has passed in districts where an incumbent is running; in districts with no incumbents, the deadline closed Monday. In some cases, the same person is running for different seats. Such candidates must declare by March 6 which district they will campaign in.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 9, 2002 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five years after art collectors Robert and Arlene Oltman purchased a piece of property in downtown Pasadena with the vague idea of building a residence for themselves in a mixed-use facility, their dream is becoming a reality. But they won't be living above a boutique or restaurant, like a growing number of urban dwellers. Instead, they are moving into the top floor of a three-story building that houses the new Pasadena Museum of California Art.
NEWS
February 27, 1992 | Mike Ward
Big Field--Former Pasadena Police Chief Bruce Philpott, who was being urged by Democrats to run for the state Assembly, did not enter the race, but there will be plenty of other names on the ballot in the new 44th Assembly District. Five Democrats and 10 Republicans filed declarations of intention to run before Monday's deadline. They now have until March 6 to file nomination papers. Potential Republican candidates include attorney Stephen Acker, Republican Club coordinator Roy Begley, T. H.
NEWS
May 24, 1992 | MIKE WARD
Political Garbage-- Assemblyman Paul Horcher (R-Hacienda Heights) is depicted as a dog and a trained seal in a television commercial promoting Phyllis Papen, his Republican primary opponent in the 60th Assembly District. But the Diamond Bar city councilwoman fares even worse in Horcher's commercial, in which she is shown in the role of the garbage monster. Horcher's ad on local cable television presents a photo of Papen that appears to have been altered to make her appearance unflattering.
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August 13, 1992 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
California was in a deep recession and the state government was broke, but there was no shortage of cash to fuel the primary campaigns of candidates seeking to represent the San Gabriel Valley in Sacramento. Campaign statements filed with election officials by the July 31 deadline show that eight candidates running for legislative seats spent more than $200,000 apiece in the June primary.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Paula L. Boland (R-Granada Hills) and businessman Robert Oltman were considered front-runners for the Republican nomination in the 21st state Senate District, when retiring state Sen. Newt Russell threw them a curve ball: He endorsed their opponent Wilbert Smith. The nod from Russell has the potential to turn the contest into a three-way race if perennial candidate Smith, director of community relations for Gov.
NEWS
January 20, 1996
The approval of term limits by voters in 1990 is having its first major impact this year. One result is more than the usual number of intraparty battles in the March 26 primary election. Here is a look at some them in Southern California. The list does not include general election opponents. STATE SENATE * 17th District: Republican Don Rogers is leaving because of term limits.
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