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  • Najarian gains Schiff's support in fight to keep MTA board seat

    Najarian gains Schiff's support in fight to keep MTA board seat
    Glendale City Councilman Ara Najarian now has a congressman in his corner as he fights to keep his board seat on the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. In December, representatives from 10 cities in the San Gabriel Valley voted...
  • Council illegally submitted argument

    On April 2 Glendalians will vote on Measure B. I've argued the measure legalizes the city's current practice whereby, in violation of its charter, it annually transfers $21 million of electrical receipts to the general budget fund; and, at the same time...
  • Brad Sherman leads Howard Berman in Democrat vs. Democrat race

    Brad Sherman leads Howard Berman in Democrat vs. Democrat race
    Brad Sherman holds a significant, but early, lead over fellow Democrat Howard Berman in what has been a bruising internecine battle for the 30th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.  With only a few precincts and absentee ballots counted...
  • Ron Kaye: The Gatto plot thickens

    The clumsy statements by Assemblyman Mike Gatto's political team denying that he ran a slate of delegates for the 43rd Assembly District's seats at the state Democratic Party convention — and that challengers were threatened and intimidated —...
  • Pension reform leads issues at candidate forum

    Pension reform leads issues at candidate forum
    City pensions and looming electricity rate increases were front and center Saturday as 10 of the 13 candidates for City Council faced off at the first election forum of the campaign season. In front of about 80 people at the Oakmont Country Club,...
  • Fog delays election returns, but incumbents Schiff, Gatto and Liu hold on to their leads

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) is maintaining his lead over Glendale school board member Greg Krikorian, with the incumbent garnering 15,340 votes to his Republican challenger’s 13,209. But with just one precinct reporting, the vote tallies...
  • Ron Kaye: It isn't utopia, but it's far from dystopia

    Once long ago, during my year as an old-fashioned rewrite-man at the National Enquirer, the demonic man who owned and ran the tabloid as if it and its journalists were a figment of his over-active imagination sent a reporter around the world in search...
  • Glendale City Council field gets smaller after Perlita M. del Rey's nomination paperwork denied

    The slate of City Council candidates on the April ballot has been whittled down by one after the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder denied Perlita M. del Rey's nomination paperwork. Although del Rey submitted more than the requisite 100 signatures...
  • Not a fan of what Mohill stands for

    Signs show that the April 2 Glendale municipal election is approaching. Good, because political participation fuels our democracy. I adorn my property and appreciate seeing messages in other yards, even for candidates I oppose. All of us have a right...
  • Schiff proposes constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United decision

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) has introduced a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United, the landmark Supreme Court decision that lifted the ban on direct corporate and union political spending, giving rise to the so-called “super PACs.&...
  • Armenian group presses City Council hopefuls on creating commission

    The majority of City Council candidates at a forum held by the Armenian National Committee Glendale chapter this week said they were in support of creating a police commission. The push for a police commission is not new, but it has been revived since...
  • For many local voters, a sense of 'lesser of two evils' at the polls

    For many local voters, a sense of 'lesser of two evils' at the polls
    The mood among voters who hit the polls Tuesday in Burbank and Glendale was a mixed bag of frustration, anger, fear and uncertainty — not exactly a ringing endorsement for the next four years. “It was like picking the lesser of two evils,&...