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June 20, 1994 | GEORGE SKELTON
It's likely a first: A politician wins a statewide election, but is rejected by the people who presumably know him best--the voters of his own community. Amazed, I came to Santa Barbara to ask why Rep. Michael Huffington couldn't carry his own county while capturing the Republican U.S. Senate nomination by a landslide margin of 26 percentage points.
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November 17, 1998 | From Associated Press
A ballot initiative aimed at protecting California's native oak trees from being bulldozed to make way for vineyards in Santa Barbara County narrowly lost Monday, with about 3,000 uncounted votes not expected to affect the final outcome, a county elections official said. Unofficial results Monday afternoon showed that the Native Oak Protection initiative, or Measure K, had 53,865 votes against it, or 51.1%, to 51,647 votes in support, or 48.
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August 28, 1994 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a night when politics took a lesson from an old proverb: The enemy of my enemy is my friend. And so the disparate critics of GOP Senate candidate Mike Huffington gathered Friday night at the ocean bluff estate of prominent Republican Barney Klinger for one of the biggest fund-raisers that Reagan country has ever thrown for a Democrat like Sen. Dianne Feinstein. By any measure, it was an odd political event.
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August 28, 1994 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a night when politics took a lesson from an old proverb: The enemy of my enemy is my friend. And so the disparate critics of GOP Senate candidate Mike Huffington gathered Friday night at the ocean bluff estate of prominent Republican Barney Klinger for one of the biggest fund-raisers that Reagan country has ever thrown for a Democrat like Sen. Dianne Feinstein. By any measure, it was an odd political event.
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November 17, 1998 | From Associated Press
A ballot initiative aimed at protecting California's native oak trees from being bulldozed to make way for vineyards in Santa Barbara County narrowly lost Monday, with about 3,000 uncounted votes not expected to affect the final outcome, a county elections official said. Unofficial results Monday afternoon showed that the Native Oak Protection initiative, or Measure K, had 53,865 votes against it, or 51.1%, to 51,647 votes in support, or 48.
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June 20, 1994 | GEORGE SKELTON
It's likely a first: A politician wins a statewide election, but is rejected by the people who presumably know him best--the voters of his own community. Amazed, I came to Santa Barbara to ask why Rep. Michael Huffington couldn't carry his own county while capturing the Republican U.S. Senate nomination by a landslide margin of 26 percentage points.
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