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By: | September 29, 2005
The Orange County Republican Party on Wednesday censured 48th District Congressional candidate Marilyn Brewer for making several false claims about GOP opponent John Campbell, including that he day-traded energy stocks during the state's energy crisis, said Orange County GOP chairman Scott Baugh. He said the party's ethics committee also found that Brewer violated ethics rules with campaign mailers about Campbell's position on stem cell research and his record on illegal immigration and a mailer that mentions the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers' Assn.
NEWS
April 25, 2002
What is really behind the districting plan? I see that Scott Baugh is proposing significant changes to the City Council. A newspaper article identified him as a paid consultant to the AES Corp. In the supplemental voter information pamphlet for the recent March election, Scott Baugh signed the argument against Huntington Beach taxing AES. Taxing AES was put on the March ballot by the current City Council. Is this proposal a further attempt by AES to avoid paying taxes to Huntington Beach?
NEWS
January 2, 2003
'Those that govern do so with the consent of the governed." Does that sound familiar? If so, what justification does the City Council have to enter into litigation without the consent of the people of Huntington Beach? Our new mayor, Connie Boardman, a radical enthusiast to provide land and swamp for the birds over the building of homes for the people, is using our money unwisely. First, sue Rosalyn Lever, registrar of voters, and Scott Baugh in Orange County Superior Court, presumably to negate the FAIR Districting Initiative that 23,000 Huntington Beach voters signed to be placed on ballot.
NEWS
October 14, 1999
Eron Ben-Yehuda, Ellen McCarty and Andrew Wainer A Huntington Beach City School district board meeting turned into a family award show on Tuesday. During an award ceremony for the district's mentor teachers, Cindy Garland was recognized for her teacher training effort. The award was presented to Cindy by none other than her father-in-law, Brian Garland, a board of trustees member. The two district officials exchanged a kiss on the cheek and a hug rather than the usual formal handshake.
NEWS
November 9, 2000
Torus Tammer Huntington Beach City Councilman Tom Harman was jubilant this week as he recorded an overwhelming GOP victory in the 67th Assembly District race, swamping his Democratic and Libertarian opponents by a 2-1 margin. Harman finished with 61.6%, which worked out to 82,134 votes. Harman more then doubled the tally of his two competitors. Democrat Andy Hilbert finished with 30.7%, or 40,967 votes, and Libertarian Autumn Brown came in at 7.4%, or 9,933 votes.
NEWS
January 8, 2004
Baugh deserved honor, not bashing I agree that Scott Baugh is deserving of the title "Newsmaker of the Year." However, I am disgusted that the Independent chose to bestow this "honor" merely as a means to bash Baugh and the district initiative. I do not know Baugh or his reasons for launching the petitions that propelled the Fair District Initiative onto the ballot, but I thank him for allowing me and my neighbors the vehicle for change and improvement to our city government.
NEWS
May 23, 2002
Vic Leipzig and Lou Murray We've heard a lot of bad ideas in our time. Reducing the number of Huntington Beach council members from seven to five is one of them. Electing them from districts instead of at large is another. But how to express our displeasure was problematic for us. Usually we toss these columns back and forth until they fall into a cohesive, logical string of prose that we can both claim. Not this time. Here are our separate perspectives on this issue.
NEWS
January 9, 2003
Paul Clinton The ongoing political battle over whether to divide Surf City into five council districts has turned into a family feud, with Huntington Beach City Atty. Jennifer McGrath advising the city to sue City Clerk Connie Brockway to invalidate a controversial initiative. McGrath decided the city should sue Brockway, along with the initiative's author, Scott Baugh, so that a court judge could order Brockway to remove the measure from a March 2004 ballot.
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NEWS
November 26, 2008
On Nov. 4, the evening of the general election, I attended a gathering of Orange County Republicans and made some general remarks about why Republicans lost in the election. During those remarks I made an off-the-cuff, yet inappropriate, comment about Debbie Cook and the election in the 46th Congressional District that was published in the Los Angeles Times Nov. 7. After the remark was brought to my attention, I called Debbie and apologized for the remark. The bottom line is that what I said was wrong.
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NEWS
By: | September 29, 2005
The Orange County Republican Party on Wednesday censured 48th District Congressional candidate Marilyn Brewer for making several false claims about GOP opponent John Campbell, including that he day-traded energy stocks during the state's energy crisis, said Orange County GOP chairman Scott Baugh. He said the party's ethics committee also found that Brewer violated ethics rules with campaign mailers about Campbell's position on stem cell research and his record on illegal immigration and a mailer that mentions the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers' Assn.
NEWS
January 8, 2004
Baugh deserved honor, not bashing I agree that Scott Baugh is deserving of the title "Newsmaker of the Year." However, I am disgusted that the Independent chose to bestow this "honor" merely as a means to bash Baugh and the district initiative. I do not know Baugh or his reasons for launching the petitions that propelled the Fair District Initiative onto the ballot, but I thank him for allowing me and my neighbors the vehicle for change and improvement to our city government.
NEWS
January 9, 2003
Paul Clinton The ongoing political battle over whether to divide Surf City into five council districts has turned into a family feud, with Huntington Beach City Atty. Jennifer McGrath advising the city to sue City Clerk Connie Brockway to invalidate a controversial initiative. McGrath decided the city should sue Brockway, along with the initiative's author, Scott Baugh, so that a court judge could order Brockway to remove the measure from a March 2004 ballot.
NEWS
January 2, 2003
'Those that govern do so with the consent of the governed." Does that sound familiar? If so, what justification does the City Council have to enter into litigation without the consent of the people of Huntington Beach? Our new mayor, Connie Boardman, a radical enthusiast to provide land and swamp for the birds over the building of homes for the people, is using our money unwisely. First, sue Rosalyn Lever, registrar of voters, and Scott Baugh in Orange County Superior Court, presumably to negate the FAIR Districting Initiative that 23,000 Huntington Beach voters signed to be placed on ballot.
NEWS
May 23, 2002
Vic Leipzig and Lou Murray We've heard a lot of bad ideas in our time. Reducing the number of Huntington Beach council members from seven to five is one of them. Electing them from districts instead of at large is another. But how to express our displeasure was problematic for us. Usually we toss these columns back and forth until they fall into a cohesive, logical string of prose that we can both claim. Not this time. Here are our separate perspectives on this issue.
NEWS
November 9, 2000
Torus Tammer Huntington Beach City Councilman Tom Harman was jubilant this week as he recorded an overwhelming GOP victory in the 67th Assembly District race, swamping his Democratic and Libertarian opponents by a 2-1 margin. Harman finished with 61.6%, which worked out to 82,134 votes. Harman more then doubled the tally of his two competitors. Democrat Andy Hilbert finished with 30.7%, or 40,967 votes, and Libertarian Autumn Brown came in at 7.4%, or 9,933 votes.
NEWS
October 14, 1999
Eron Ben-Yehuda, Ellen McCarty and Andrew Wainer A Huntington Beach City School district board meeting turned into a family award show on Tuesday. During an award ceremony for the district's mentor teachers, Cindy Garland was recognized for her teacher training effort. The award was presented to Cindy by none other than her father-in-law, Brian Garland, a board of trustees member. The two district officials exchanged a kiss on the cheek and a hug rather than the usual formal handshake.
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