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Orange County Register
Republican National Convention: Does California's delegation matter to the national GOP?elected in Orange County to an Assembly seat, and Chang is running for a state
Republican National Convention: Does California's delegation matter to the national GOP?
Orange County Register / Posted 12 days ago
elected in Orange County to an Assembly seat, and Chang is running for a state Senate seat occupied by term-limited Bob Huff that spans portions of Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Mark Vafiades, Los Angeles County... Read more
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The Signal
Los Angeles County completes final ballot countCounty 5th District Supervisor race with 105,520 votes, or 29.64 percent, while
Los Angeles County completes final ballot count
The Signal / Posted 28 days ago
County 5th District Supervisor race with 105,520 votes, or 29.64 percent, while Darrell Park pulled even further ahead of Bob Huff in their competition for the second-most votes. The other race that was somewhat close on election night was... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A modest teacher tenure bill meets a bipartisan deathit – Marty Block of San Diego, Bill Monning of Carmel, Connie Leyva of Chino an
A modest teacher tenure bill meets a bipartisan death
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
it – Marty Block of San Diego, Bill Monning of Carmel, Connie Leyva of Chino and Tony Mendoza of Artesia, as did Republican Bob Huff of suburban Los Angeles. Sens. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, and Andy Vidak, R-Hanford, failed to vote. Bonilla’s bill... Read more
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Silicon Valley
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee voteare low-performing schools across the whole state," Jones said, adding that it'
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee vote
Silicon Valley / Posted 29 days ago
are low-performing schools across the whole state," Jones said, adding that it's not fair "to focus on one industry." Sen. Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, said he voted against the bill because he doesn't believe a "one-size-fits-all approach" is the... Read more
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The Mercury News
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee voteare low-performing schools across the whole state," Jones said, adding that it'
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee vote
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
are low-performing schools across the whole state," Jones said, adding that it's not fair "to focus on one industry." Sen. Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, said he voted against the bill because he doesn't believe a "one-size-fits-all approach" is the... Read more
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The Mercury News
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee voteThe company, however, has never disputed the factual accuracy of the newspaper'
California Virtual Academies: Bill targeting for-profit operator K12 Inc. clears first committee vote
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
The company, however, has never disputed the factual accuracy of the newspaper's two-part investigative series. Sen. Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, said he voted against the bill because he doesn't believe a "one-size-fits-all approach" is the... Read more
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The Signal
Park pulls ahead in 5th District county primary racethe situation in determining the second-highest vote-getter in the Fifth Distri
Park pulls ahead in 5th District county primary race
The Signal / Posted 1 months ago
the situation in determining the second-highest vote-getter in the Fifth District Supervisorial race with state Sen. Bob Huff and educator/budget specialist Darrell Park. As more provisional ballots are counted, the results show Park... Read more

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