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California Democrats' Golden Era, 1958-1966

By: Copertini, Cyr; Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office; Huff, Martin; Morris, Gabrielle S; Gatov, Elizabeth Rudell, 1911

... Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley, California CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS' GOLDE... ...story Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley, California CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS' GOLDEN ERA, 1958-1966 Cyr Copertini Martin Huff ... ...Cyr Copertini Martin Huff Campaign Housekeeping, 1940-1965 From Grassroots Politics to the California Franchise Tax Board, 1952-1979 With an Introduct... ...nducted by Gabrielle Morris in 1986 Copyright (CM 1987 by The Regents of the University of California This manuscript is made available for research ... ...ithout the written permission of the Director of The Bancroft Library of the University of California, Berkeley. Requests for permission to quote for ... ...cation should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office, 486 Library, University of California, Berkeley 94720, and should include identificati... ...is recommended that this oral history be cited as follows : To cite the volume: California Democrats' Golden Era, 1958-1966, an oral history conducted... ...usekeeping, 1940- 1965," an oral history conducted 1986 by Gabrielle Morris, in California Democrats' Golden Era, 1958-1966, Regional Oral History Off... ...Sacramento and Washington, D.C. Some have joyously labeled it the Golden Age of California Democrats. In those days, because of the numbers of people ...

California. Franchise Tax Board; Women in politics -- California; California -- Politics and government; Oral history

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Democrats for Education Reform

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...he group is led by former journalist Joe Williams,[3] who covered Oakland, California's school system.[4] Whitney Tilson and Kevin... ... P. Chavous among the group's co-founders. Gloria Romero leads the group's California chapter. Ron Tupa is a staff member for the group. Cory Booker i... ... External links Democrats for Education Reform website Letter to C... ...ty (United States) organizations Democrats for Education Reform (DFER) is a New York based political action ... ...he group is led by former journalist Joe Williams,[3] who covered Oakland, California's school system.[4] Whitney Tilson and Kevin... ... P. Chavous among the group's co-founders. Gloria Romero leads the group's California chapter. Ron Tupa is a staff member for the group. Cory Booker i... ... External links Democrats for Education Reform website Letter to C...

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California Democrats in the Earl Warren Era : Oral History Transcripts/And Related Material, 1971-1976

By: Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Earl Warren Oral History Project (Bancroft Library); Fry, Amelia R; Clifton, Robert, 1903; Kent, Roger, 1906-1980; Outland, George E. 1906; Clifton, Florence Mcchesney; Post, Langdon, 1899; Roosevelt, James, 1907

...tten permission of the Director of The Bancroft Library of the University of California at Berkeley. Requests for permission to quote for publication ... ...sages, and identification of the user. The Bancroft Library University of California/Berkeley Regional Oral History Office Earl Warren Oral History... ...ornia/Berkeley Regional Oral History Office Earl Warren Oral History Project CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS IN THE EARL WARREN ERA Florence Clifton Robert Clift... ...ley Regional Oral History Office Earl Warren Oral History Project CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS IN THE EARL WARREN ERA Florence Clifton Robert Clifton Roger Ke... ...lifton Robert Clifton Roger Kent George Outland Langdon Post James Roosevelt California Democrats, 1934-1950 The Democratic Party, Culbert L. Olson, a... ...rt Clifton Roger Kent George Outland Langdon Post James Roosevelt California Democrats, 1934-1950 The Democratic Party, Culbert L. Olson, and the Legi... ...rren Era James Roosevelt's Primary Campaign, 1950 James Roosevelt's Northern California Campaign, 19SO Campaigning for Governor Against Earl Warren, 1... ... Fund, and For America. Steinhart, John, Jesse and Amy Steinhart. CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS IN THE EARL WARREN ERA. 1976, Clifton, Florence, California Dem... ...ffice Sari Warren Oral History Project Florence McChesney Clifton CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS, 1931+-1950 An Interview Conducted by Amelia R. Fry 1976 by The...

Women in politics -- California; California -- Politics and government; United States -- Politics and government

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21st Century Democrats

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...p elect "progressive" or "populist" candidates. Background 21st Century Democrats started out relatively small but has quietly grown in size and si... ...ther, EMILY's List, and MoveOn.org. Unlike traditional PACs, 21st Century Democrats focuses on recruiting, training, and hiring field organizers to o... ...ean's presidential campaign. Partner Organizations In 2009, 21st Century Democrats joined Service Employees International Union, MoveOn.org, and Dai... ...upport. Religious discrimination lawsuit In November 2007, 21st Century Democrats was sued in United States federal court by their former communica... ...ated that Landmark Education's influence could be felt in the 21st Century Democrats' "mission, business structure ... and communications." The execu... ...-pm-45k A spokesman for Landmark Education stated that the San Francisco, California based company "is in no way religious in nature and any claim to...

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California : A Guide to the Golden State

By: Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration of Northern California

... the y n d -r^ z - m Prejinger ibrary elin JU v ifi'i.. a t San Francisco, California 2007 CALIFORNIA A Guide to the Golden State CALIFORNIA A GUI... ...ral Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of California AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES Sponsored by Mabel R. Gillis, California S... ...irector of the Federal Writers' Project COPYRIGHT 1939 BY MABEL R. GILLIS, CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARIAN PRINTED IN U. S. A. All rights are reserved, inc... ...to reproduce this book or parts thereof in any form. XXX&KZ&Z&XZ^ Preface California has so great a diversity of places and people and things that th... ... the course of elimi- nating more words than there are in these pages, the California staff has sometimes wished that its State were just a little sma... ...ak out, California would declare its independence. In 1860 the pro-slavery Democrats had gained over- whelming strength in both houses of the legislat... ... The Workingmen's Party was driven out of existence in 1880 by a fusion of Democrats and Republicans but not before its anti-Chinese agitation had led... ... the election in San Diego County by a four-to-three majority although the Democrats managed to carry the State. Within eight years of the Calif ornia... ...mmany Hall; Terry, a Kentucky-born aristocrat, aligned with the "Chivalry" Democrats. Terry had publicly attacked Broderick and the Douglas Democrats ...

Includes bibliographical references (p. 694-698) and index; California -- Description and travel; California -- History

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California

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... State song(s): "I Love You, California" ... ... Demonym Californian ... ... Before statehood California Republic ... ... Legislature California State Legislature ... ...  • Upper house California State Senate ... ... U.S. House delegation 38 Democrats, 15 Republicans (list) ... ...e.[199] Of the people registered, the three largest registered groups were Democrats (7,966,422), Republicans (5,356,608), and Decline to State (3,820... ... (3,820,545).[199] Los Angeles County had the largest number of registered Democrats (2,430,612) and Republicans (1,037,031) of any county in the stat... ... most conservative cities.[198] In the U.S. House, the Democrats held a 34–19 edge in the CA delegation of the 110th United States...

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California Fish and Game : Vol. 76, No. 1

By: California. Department of Fish and Game; California. Fish and Game Commission; California. Division of Fish and Game

...IFORNIA FISH-GAME "CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE THROUGH EDUCATION" Title: CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME, VOL. 76, NO. 1: WINTER 1990 Author: Language: En... ...... ...nd wildlife. If its contents are reproduced elsewhere, the authors and the California Department of Fish and Game would appreciate being acknowledged.... ...ons may be obtained atthe rate of $10 peryear by placing an order with the California Department of Fish and Game, 2201 Garden Road, Monte- rey, CA 93... ...n Road, Monte- rey, CA 93940. Money orders or checks should be made out to California Fish and Game. Inquiries regarding paid subscriptions should be ... ...nd centralized professional management, depending primarily on whether the Democrats or Repub- licans controlled government. In the Preface the author...

...Issued 1914-27 by the California State Fish and Game Commission, 1928-58 by the Division of Fish and Game of the California Dept. of Natural Resources; 1959-<July 1977> by the Dept. of Fish and Game; Author and subject indexes: Vols. 1-20, 1914-34...

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Progressive Democrats of America

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...rating inside the United States Democratic Party. History The Progressive Democrats of America formed out of the presidential campaigns of Howard Dea... ...ns both inside and outside the Party. Priorities End wars The Progressive Democrats of America believes that the Iraq war is one of the worst foreign... ...a single-payer system.PDA Health Care Policy... Economics The Progressive Democrats of America support an agenda of progressive taxation and fair tra... ...to organize unions.PDA Economic Policy... Election reform The Progressive Democrats of America support federal legislation that would ban further use... ...e and national level.PDA Election Policy... Energy policy The Progressive Democrats of America want to reduce America's dependence on oil and fossil ... ...ssive Democrats of America supports legalization of marijuana and endorsed California Proposition 19 (2010). Advisory boardMimi Kennedy, Advisory Boa...

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California Fish and Game : Vol. 76, No. 3

By: California. Department of Fish and Game; California. Fish and Game Commission; California. Division of Fish and Game

...CAUFDRNIA FBH-GAME VOLUME 76 Title: CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME, VOL. 76, NO. 3: SUMMER 1990 Author: Language: En... ...... ...nd wildlife. If its contents are reproduced elsewhere, the authors and the California Department of Fish and Game would appreciate being acknowledged.... ...s may be obtained at the rate of $10 per year by placing an order with the California Department of Fish and Game, 2201 Garden Road, Monterey, CA 9394... ...y, CA 93940. Money orders or checks in U.S. currency should be made out to California Fish and Game. Inquiries regarding paid subscriptions should be ... ...nd centralized professional management, depending primarily on whether the Democrats or Repub- licans controlled government. In the Preface the author...

...Issued 1914-27 by the California State Fish and Game Commission, 1928-58 by the Division of Fish and Game of the California Dept. of Natural Resources; 1959-<July 1977> by the Dept. of Fish and Game; Author and subject indexes: Vols. 1-20, 1914-34...

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Social Democrats, USA

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...Social Democrats, USA (SDUSA) was the principal association of U.S. social democrats from 1972–2005. SDUSA was founded in 1972 when the Sociali... ...as founded in 1972 when the Socialist Party of America renamed itself Social Democrats,  USA. The New York Times reported on the Convention for... ...r of The Other America . When the Socialist Party changed its name to Social Democrats,  USA, the civil-rights leader Bayard Rustin became it... ...litism of the 'New Politics' liberals". The Party changed its name to "Social Democrats,  USA" by a vote of 73 to 34. The New York Times ... ...ion on other days, e.g., Changing the name of the Socialist Party to "Social Democrats USA" was intended to be "realistic": the intention was to res... ...support for McGovern. The majority caucus's Arch Puddington replied that the California branch was especially active in supporting McGovern, while t...

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Annual Publication of the Historical Society of Southern California : Year 1909-1914

By: Historical Society of Southern California; Pioneers of Los Angeles County

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Title: ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS HITORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ... ..., IJ PARTS I-II VOL. VIII ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS Historical Society OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA I909-19I0 LOS ANGELES, GAL. J. B. Walters, Printer 105 East Fi... ..., Millard F. Hudson ... 9 Portrait of John Judson Ames Significant Events in California History. . . .Dr. Rockwell D. Hunt. . . 24 The Sonoran Migrati... ... Sonoran Migration J. M. Guinn. . . 31 History of the University of Southern California.Leslie P. Gay, Jr 37 Passing of the Cattle Barons of Californi... ...e Years in the Schools of Los Angeles.. .M. C. Bettinger. . . 67 Conquest of California H. D. Barrows ... 76 History of Cahuenga Valley and the Rancho... ...art in the campaign of 1851, but two years later he cast in his lot with the Democrats and supported Bigler for Governor. In 1856 he went over to the ... ... a resolution criticising the Bur- lingame treaty just negotiated, while the Democrats held a mass meeting by way of directing the wrath of the people... ...Democratic Governor, a Democratic legislature occupied its capital, and four Democrats were its representatives in Congress. 1. One toast Jud^e Hardy ... ...er political alliances were forgotten. Most of the Anti-Lecompton or Douglas Democrats arrayed themselves on the side of the Union.^ The chivalry wing...

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Democrat

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... Places Democrat, California Democrat, Kentucky ...

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Annual Publication of the Historical Society of Southern California : Year 1918-1920

By: Historical Society of Southern California; Pioneers of Los Angeles County

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Title: ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS HITORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ... ... PART I. VOL. XI. ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS A742204 Historical Society OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1918 McBride Printing Company LOS ANGELES, CAL. CONTENTS Offi... ...teenth Centuries Marguerite Eyer, A. M. 5 The Neglected Missions of Southern California. .Olive R. La Clair 24 A Review of Rubl's Inspection of the Fr... ...dios of New Spain, 1766-1768 Marion L. Haskell, M. A. 33 A Study of Southern California Place Names Ora A. Lovejoy 44 Education in California during t... ...ifornia during the Pre-Statehood Period J. Andrew Ewing 51 Transportation in California before the Railroads, with Especial Reference to Los Angeles R... ...of "a New England conspiracy" against the power of the West,^* and among the Democrats of a "Re- publican conspiracy to annex Arizona to New Mexico."^... ...er was being fought mainly on party lines, the Republicans for jointure, the Democrats against. In Arizona the dis- cussion waxed vitriolic. The Nogal...

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High School Democrats of America

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... Website High School Democrats of America Website The High ... ...ts of America Website The High School Democrats of America, (HSDA) is a youth-based political organization that s... ...e in the political process. Formerly part of the Young Democrats of America[1][2] the members of the High School Democrats of Amer... ...ers for the organization and idea existed long beforehand, the High School Democrats of America itself was founded in December 2005, by Ahmed Kokon (N... ...ember 2005, by Ahmed Kokon (NY) and Jonathan Padilla (CA). The High School Democrats of America is headed by an Executive Board, consisting of 5 Natio... ...olas Mitch, Indiana Programs Director - Tejas Konduru, California Communications Director - Nivedita Sankar, N... ...olas Mitch, Indiana Programs Director - Tejas Konduru, California Communications Director - Nivedita Sankar, N...

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Annual Publication of the Historical Society of Southern California : Year 1915-1916

By: Historical Society of Southern California; Pioneers of Los Angeles County

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Title: ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS HITORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ... ... and II. VOL. X. ANNUAL PUBLICATIONS II W I ^ Historical Society OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1915-1916 McBride Printing Company LOS ANGELES. CAL. CONTENTS... ...es Journalism Julia Norton MeCorkle 24 A Presbyterian Settlement in Southern California James Main Dixon 44 The Passing of the Rancho J. M. Guinn. ...... ...s 75 A List of Newspapers in the Los Angeles City Library C. C. Baker.... 80 California's First American School and its Teacher Mary M. Bowman .... 86... ... of a Mexican Land Grant George Butler Griffin 107 John Bidwell's Arrival in California Robert G. Cleland.... 110 Meeting of the Pacific Coast Branch ... ... opposition of the railroad forces he was defeated, with the result that the Democrats elected Governor Irwin. For many years Bidwell was very pronoun...

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College Democrats of America

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... collegedems.com College Democrats of America (CDA) is the official youth outreach arm of the Al Gor... ... Organization 3 Notable College Democrats 4 CDA Presidents 5 ... ... History The College Democrats of America organization was founded in 1932 to further the electi... ...ranklin Roosevelt delivered his first of many radio addresses to the Young Democrats of America clubs.[1] After several years, President Lyndon Johnso... ...el and are overseen by state federations (such as the College Democrats of California) for support and to unite college Democrats within each state. E... ...st name U.S. Representative Howard Berman of California U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New ... ... South Dakota U.S. Representative Brad Sherman of California Tori Taylor (CDA President, 2012 - 2013... ...erman-Schultz U.S. Representative Henry Waxman of California CDA Presidents ... ... California ...

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Annual Publication of the Historical Society of Southern California and Pioneer Register, Los Angeles

By: Historical Society of Southern California; Pioneers of Los Angeles County. Pioneer Register

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Title: ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SO... ...IFORNIA Title: ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Author: Author Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literatur... ... I. VOL. V. ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE A742200 Historical Society OF Southern California AND PIONEER REGISTER Los Angeles IQOO Published by the Society... ...50 Laura Evcrtsen King 5 Some Aboriginal Alphabets (Part i) /. D. Moody 9 To California via Panama in the Early '60s. . . ./. M. Guinn 13 Olden Time H... ...inn 13 Olden Time Holiday Festivities Wm. H. Workman 22 Mexican Governors of California H. D. Barrozm 25 Fifty Years of California Politics Walter R. ... ...ing fortune. These first California citizens made positive state- ments. The Democrats in their resolution declaring "that no Whig should hereafter re... ...r the prestige of carrying the State at the first presidential election. The Democrats were early divided between adherents of Stephen A. Douglas, and... ...852, and nominated delegates to the National Convention. Four days later the Democrats met at the same city. Neither convention adopted resolutions of... ...nated Geo. W. Bowie and Calhoun Benham for Congress, but Denver and Herbert, Democrats, were elected. This year the "Know Nothings" made their first a...

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Young Democrats of America

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History of Political Conventions in California, 1849-1892

By: Davis, Winfield J., B. 1851; California State Library

...... ... 18491892. BY WINFIEIvD J. DAVIS, a Historian of the Sacramento Society of California Pioneers. SACRAMENTO : 1893- Entered according to Act of Congre... ...S, W. S. GREEN, FLEET F. STROTHER, H. E. and E. 0. MILLER, Trustees of the California State Library, FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. TRUST... ...RNIA. TRUSTEES' PREFACE, It has been the object of the authorities of the California State Library to collect all obtainable matter relating to the h... ... State Library to collect all obtainable matter relating to the history of California and of the Pacific coast. While pur- suing this object, the libr... ...alifornia assembled at San Francisco, October 25, 1849. It was composed of democrats, and was called in view of the election to be held November 13th ... ...nominated as the^whig candidate for the assem- bly, to fill a vacancy. The democrats also named a candidate, and the attempt was made to draw party li... ...y, but it did not succeed. Local dissensions had been engendered among the democrats of San Fran- cisco, and on March 1st the leading members of the p... ...me apparent that the campaign would be full of life. Unfortunately for the democrats, a division occurred in their party in San Francisco, between the...

...California -- Politics and government 1850-1950 ; Governors -- California Biography ; California -- Politics and government 1846-1850 ; Political parties -- California History ; Political conventions -- California History...

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Law School Democrats of America

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... Website lawschooldems.org The 'Law School Democrats of America (Law School Dems) ... ... 8 References History Law School Democrats of America was founded in 200... ...ave taken an active role in Democratic politics, and local and national elections as members of the Law School Democrats.[3] Student activities have i... ...ing, legal research, phone banking, voter protection, and other activities. The Law School Democrats seek to ensure that every eli... ...on of Democratic leaders. National Convention Every year the Law School Democrats holds a national convention. ... ... 2010-2011 Board of Directors[9] President: Joel Murray (University of California, Davis School of Law) ... ... University of South Dakota School of Law University of Southern California School of Law ...

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History of Political Conventions in California, 1849-1892

By: Davis, Winfield J., B. 1851, California State Library

... BANCROFT LIBRARY THE LIBRARY OF THEUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PUBLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY, No. 1. ... ...ATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY, No. 1. HISTORY POLITIGAL 00NVENTIONS CALIFORNIA, 18491892. WINFIEIvD J. DAVIS, Historian of the Sacramento Soc... ...FORNIA, 18491892. WINFIEIvD J. DAVIS, Historian of the Sacramento Society of California Pioneers. 1893- h 363 Entered according to Act of Congress, i... ...S. GREEN, FLEET F. STEOTHER, H. E. McCuNE, and E. 0. MILLER, Trustees of the California State Library, FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. AUT... ...AVIS. TRUSTEES' PREFASE, It has been the object of the authorities of the California State Library to collect all obtainable matter relating to the... ... California assembled at San Francisco, October 25, 1849. It was composed of democrats, and was called in view of the election to be held November 13t... ...s nominated as the whig candidate for the assem- bly, to fill a vacancy. The democrats also named a candidate, and the attempt was made to draw party ... ...ely, but it did not succeed. Local dissensions had been engendered among the democrats of San Fran- cisco, and on March 1st the leading members of the... ...came apparent that the campaign would be full of life. Unfortunately for the democrats, a division occurred in their party in San Francisco, between t...

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California elections, 2002

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...lection s were held on March 5. Up for election were all the seats of the California State Assembly, 20 seats of the California Senate, seven consti... ...e California Senate, seven constitutional officers, all the seats of the California Board of Equalization, as well as votes on retention of two Sup... ... less than 50% of the vote over his Republican challenger Bill Simon . Democrats also won every other statewide office and maintained their majori... ...houses of the state legislature . Constitutional Offices Governor : California gubernatorial election, 2002 . Final results from the Californ... ... the California Secretary of State : Lieutenant Governor : California lieutenant governor election, 2002 . Final results from the Ca... ... the California Secretary of State : Secretary of State : California Secretary of State election, 2002 . Final results from the Cal... ...sembly were up for election this year. Each seat has a two-year term. The Democrats retained control of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" alig...

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History of California : Vol. 4

By: Eldredge, Zoeth Skinner, 1846-1915

...PL RESEARCH LIBRARIES 3 3433 08044134 2 ^/^' 7*^ ^ w^ HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA L ,1 V 1 History of ( rn ,:i ni ,x^^'5 bflfihavo basinfigio... ... JOHN BIDWELL Born in Chautauqua county, New York, in 1819; died in Chico, California, April 4, 1900; came to California with the Bartleson party, the... ...oaquin river November 4th and were all arrested and locked up for entering California without passports. Bidwell took part in the Conquest serving as ... ...ssports. Bidwell took part in the Conquest serving as quartermaster of the California Battalion with the rank of major. He obtained the Rancho Chico a... ...became a great landowner and one of the most prominent agricul- turists in California; served in several public offices, but gave his chief attention ... ...he Field 155 The Republican Platform 156 Broderick Takes Stump for Douglas Democrats 158 Terry's Insulting Speech 159 Broderick's Response 160 He Char... ... a party test, and its organs* had sought to read out of the party all the democrats who had the boldness to denounce the frauds by which it was creat... ...an of the administration, and had bitterly denounced Douglas and all other democrats who had refused to accept Buchanan's dictation. 144 HISTORY OF C... ...n the people of Kansas"; its "unrelenting proscription of tried and worthy democrats; its constant violation of the pledges which brought it into life...

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California elections, 2000

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...te Assembly, 20 seats of the State Senate, and eight ballot measures . California State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual rac... ...ia State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual races see California State Senate elections, 2000 . There are 40 seats in the Stat... ...n for four-year terms. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Senate - 2000 valign="top" Seats   Demo... ..."   Total 40 State Assembly : For individual races see California State Assembly elections, 2000 . All 80 biennially elected sea... ...sembly were up for election this year. Each seat has a two-year term. The Democrats retained control of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" alig... ...of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Assembly - 2000 valign="top" Seats   Dem...

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Bench and Bar in California. History, Anecdotes, Reminiscences

By: Shuck, Oscar T. (Oscar Tully), 1843-1905

... Occident Printing House, 429 Montgomery Street, 1887. Bench a.ni3 B^h TN)- CALIFORNIA. / S'S7 HISTORY, ANECDOTES, REMINISCENCES. BY OSCAR T. shuck:,... ... noticed, as being an innovation. I publish my book because the story of the California Bar has never been told. In a free State, the profession ofthe... ... CHAPTER V. Samuel M. Wilson—Association with Joseph P. Hoge in Illinois and California —A Broad Practice and Princely Revenue—The Broderick Will Case... ...h, Solomon A.Sharp, E. D. Wheeler and Edward Norton—The Roll of Governors of California. . 79-91 CHAPTER IX. Niles Searls—A Career to Animate the Youn... ... CONTENTS. CHAPTER XI. Johu T. Doyle—Some Interesting Cases in New York and California—The Suit of Gov. Price, ofNew Jersey, against Squire P. Deweya... ...lj^ Democratic. By a tacit understanding between the Republicans and Douglas Democrats those two elements coalescedon can- didates for Congress, and c... ...the admission of California into the Union—was nearly evenly divided between Democrats and Whigs. On joint ballot the Democrats had a slight supremacy... .... Judge HeydenTeldt, being Southern in his politics, three or foiu- Northern Democrats, all ofwhom had participated in the Democratic caucus, " bolted... ...hen J. Field, then a member of the Assembly. It was the general belief among Democrats, after the legislature adjourned, in 1851, that Judge Hej^denfe...

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California elections, 1996

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... Assembly, 20 seats of the State Senate, and fifteen ballot measures . California State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual rac... ...ia State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual races see California State Senate elections, 1996 . There are 40 seats in the Stat... ...n for four-year terms. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Senate - 1996 valign="top" Seats   Demo... ..."   Total 40 State Assembly : For individual races see California State Assembly elections, 1996 . All 80 biennially elected sea... ...sembly were up for election this year. Each seat has a two-year term. The Democrats retained control of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" alig... ...of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Assembly - 1996 valign="top" Seats   Dem...

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History of California : Vol. 22

By: Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918; Oak, Henry Lebbeus, 1844-1905; Nemos, William, 1848; Victor, Frances Fuller, Mrs., 1826-1902

...RT HOWE BANCROFT. THE WORKS OP HUBERTHOWE BANCROFT. VOLUME XXII. HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. VOL. V. 1846-1848. SAN FRANCISCO: THE HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLIS... ...lley Letter to Clyman To the Oregon Border A Night Attack by Indians Back to California Gillespie s Arrival and In structions Up the River by Boat Sut... ...oon at Sonoma Mormonism ANew Proclamation Killing of Cowie and Fowler by the Californians Padilla and Car- rillo Sortie by Ide Other Captives Gibson s... ...with Mexico Beginning of Hostilities Feeling in the United States respecting California Policy of President Polk s Administra tion Instructions to Com... ... Grande Sloat s Plans His Unwarranted Inactivity Changes his Mind Starts for California in the Savannah English Designs The Rival Fleets A Race inAmer... ...d the war and the pro posed acquisition of territory, which were defended by democrats. At last a substitute bill, giving $30,000 for negotiations, an... ...the union. Webster and other conser vatives in the north held the same view. Democrats, on the other hand, justified the war as provoked by Mexico, fr... ...s supreme court. In the discussion it was advocated by southern whigs and by democrats generally; but its opponents declared it to be an eva sion rath...

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California elections, 1992

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... Assembly, 20 seats of the State Senate, and fifteen ballot measures . California State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual rac... ...ia State Legislature elections State Senate : For individual races see California State Senate elections, 1992 . There are 40 seats in the Stat... ...n for four-year terms. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Senate - 1992 valign="top" Seats   Demo... ..."   Total 40 State Assembly : For individual races see California State Assembly elections, 1992 . All 80 biennially elected sea... ...sembly were up for election this year. Each seat has a two-year term. The Democrats retained control of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" alig... ...of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" California State Assembly - 1992 valign="top" Seats   Dem...

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History of California : Vol. 23

By: Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918; Oak, Henry Lebbeus, 1844-1905; Nemos, William, 1848; Victor, Frances Fuller, Mrs., 1826-1902

...RT HOWE BANCROFT THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT VOLUME XXIII. HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA VOL. VI. 1848-1859 PRINTED IN FACSIMILE FROM THE FIRST AMERICA... ... HOWE BANCROFT. THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT. VOLUME XXIII. HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. VOL. VI. 1848-1859. SAN FRANCISCO: THE HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLI... ...at Washington. All Rights Reserved. V . CONTENTS OF THIS VOLUME. CHAPTER I. CALIFORNIA JUST PRIOR TO THE GOLD DISCOVERY. January, 1848. PAGE The Vall... ...LIFORNIA JUST PRIOR TO THE GOLD DISCOVERY. January, 1848. PAGE The Valley of California Quality of Population The Later Incomers Kispano American, Ang... ... The Tidings in Mexico Mason s Messenger in Wash- CONTENTS. vii PAGE ington California Gold at the War Office At the Philadelphia Mint The Newspaper ... ...Slavery or Death ! Legislative Proceedings Talk of a New Constitution Whigs, Democrats, and Independents Another Legislature 643 CHAPTER XXIV. POLITIC... ...uly 12, 1850; Schenck s Vig., MS., 22. Fallon was chosen city marshal by the democrats in 1850. S. F, Times, Jan. 12, 1867. Fallon had served in the N... ...gs of the north and south, in the senate, op posed the war policy, while the democrats favored it. Nor was it different in the house of representative... ...mination for congress a member of a clique, some of the solid, old-fashioned democrats in attendance offered a resolution to invite the towns in the i...

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California elections, 1998

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...lection s were held on March 3. Up for election were all the seats of the California State Assembly, 20 seats of the California Senate, seven consti... ...e California Senate, seven constitutional officers, all the seats of the California Board of Equalization, as well as votes on retention of two Sup... ...re also included in the election. Constitutional Offices Governor : California gubernatorial election, 1998 . Final results from Secretary of... ...esults from Secretary of State . Lieutenant Governor : California lieutenant governor election, 1998 . Final results from the Se... ...t governor election, 1998 . Final results from the Secretary of State of California Secretary of State : California Secretary of S... ...sembly were up for election this year. Each seat has a two-year term. The Democrats retained control of the State Assembly. { colspan="2" alig...

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The Burning Light, Action and Organizing in the Mexican Community in California : Oral History Transcript / and Related Material, 1977-1982

By: Galarza, Ernesto, 1905; Morris, Gabrielle S; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Online Archive of California; Colwell, Mary Anna Culleton, 1927; Beard, Timothy

... by MARY ANNA COLWELL Regional Oral History Office University of California The Bancroft Library Berkeley, California Ernesto Galarza THE ... ...Galarza THE BURNING LIGHT: ACTION AND ORGANIZING IN THE MEXICAN COMMUNITY IN CALIFORNIA With an Introduction by Mary Anna Colwell Interviews Conducted... ...n 1977, 1978 and 1981 Copyright (c) 1982 by the Regents of the University of California All uses of this manuscript are covered by legal agreements b... ...ipt are covered by legal agreements between the Regents of the University of California and Ernesto Galarza dated July 28, 1980 and November 21, 1981.... ... right to publish, are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley. No part of the manuscript may be quoted for publicat... ...ation of the grant in the Martinez letter was approved in advance by ranking Democrats. However, I have not seen any evidence that it was not." T...

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California Democratic Party

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... the state branch of the United States Democratic Party in the state of California . Headquartered in Sacramento, "." California Democratic Party.... ...t Torres in April 2009. It is the majority party in both chambers of the California State Legislature, i.e. the State Assembly and the Senate . ... ... Legislature, i.e. the State Assembly and the Senate . Platform The California Democratic Party of California adopted its new platform on 12 Fe... ... and International Relations In regards to businesses and economics, the California Democratic party takes a stance that protects consumers, small b... ...own body and claims that healthcare is a natural right of all people. The California democrats further promise to protect the dignity of disabled cit... ...d claims that healthcare is a natural right of all people. The California democrats further promise to protect the dignity of disabled citizens. The... ...orm takes stances on open internet use, immigration, and education. The Democrats of California support the right of the people to express their th... ...to streets and roads. This measure passed and was a great victory for the Democrats, but the honeymoon would not last.Williams Hal, "The Democratic P... ...e time. Despite their relative lack of power during this period, the Democrats in California were still active in pursuing reform. The party su...

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Reports to Hon. George Stoneman, Governor of California : On Certain Claims of the State of California against the United States, November 1, 1878, To November 1, 1886

By: Mullan, John, 1830-1909; California. Governor (1883-1887; Stoneman)

.... . Vcs^'^C^-S^ c^L3.^: RBPOETS TO HON. GEORGE STOMMAN, GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA, CERTAIN CLAIMS STATE OF CALIFORNIA AGAINST THE UNITED STATES, N... ...VEMBER 1, 1878, TO NOVEMBER 1, 1886. By Agent and Counsel for the State of California. SACRAMENTO: STATE OFFICE, JAMES J. AYERS, SUPT. STATE PRINTING.... ... C, November 1, 1886. To his Excellency, Hon. George Stoneman, Governor of California : Sir: In conformity with Section No. 332, Political Code of the... ... : Sir: In conformity with Section No. 332, Political Code of the State of California, I beg leave respectfully to now submit to you the following rep... ...veral matters intrusted to my care, under my " contracts with the State of California for the collection of California State claims against the United... ...r it strongly ; and the difficulty, all along, has seemed to be that a few Democrats in the House have been so weak-kneed that an adoption of these vi... ...enator Hampton's amendment, that even this objec- tion on the part of such Democrats would not only be removed, but that many of them now on the fence...

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California Democratic primary, 2004

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...ich, and Reverend Al Sharpton . The primary was open to both registered Democrats and unaffiliated voters. 440 delegates were at stake, with 370 ti... ...'s withdrawal from the race, the campaign moved to Super Tuesday Contests. California shared its primary with 9 other states including New York and ... ... 2, 2004 or Super Tuesday . For months Governor Dean had been leading in California, but since he's fall and Kerry's rise, polls in California were ... ...momentum. With polls showing him ahead in big Super Tuesday states such as California, New York, and Ohio, Kerry was positive on big wins in all three... ...olunteer Numbers by hundreds in mid-February to ensure a sweep through the California Primary. John Edwards Campaign John Edwards, having come ou... ...onsin (losing to Kerry 40%-34%), claimed significant momentum heading into California and other Super Tuesday Nominating Contests on the same day. Ed... ...fices across the state in a last-ditch effort for a final surge. When the Democrats debated on February 26, 2004 in Los Angeles Edwards hoped to sc...

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Address of the State Irrigation Committee to the Fresno and Riverside Irrigation Conventions and to the Anti-Riparian Voters of California

By: State Irrigation Convention. Executive Committee; Anti Riparian Irrigation Club. Articles of Association. 1886; State Irrigation Convention (1884; Fresno, Calif.). Legislative Irrigation Committee. Address to the Legislature of the State of California. 1886

...dsno and Riverside Irrigation Conventions AND TO THE ANTI-RIPARIAN VOTKRS OF CALIFORNIA. WITH OPINIONS OF THE PRESS, ADDRKSS STATE IRRIGATION COMMITT... ...no and Riverside Irrigation Conventions AND TO THE ANTI=RIF>ARIA.N VOTERS OF CALIFORNIA. 1886. Main Lib. ' . ADDRESS Members of the Riverside and Fr... ...hose millions of people. Going abroad for comparison, this habitable area in California, naturally tributary to San Francisco, is one and a fourth tim... ...and that our battlefield is on the irrigable plains upon which the future of California is to be exploited. J. DE EARTH SHORE, J. F. WHARTON, W. S. GR... ...h as are usually performed by such officers. TO THE ANTI-RIPARIAN VOTERS OF CALIFORNIA. Now is the time to organize for war against Riparianism. We r... ...s, if united, could control action upon the subject in. either House; or the Democrats can, joined with a few riparianists in the Senate, effectually ... ... will throw the decis- ion into the next State campaign. The Republicans and Democrats are evenly divided in the Senate, but as yet the issue has not ... ... against riparianism and against all its friends. In the coming struggle let Democrats and Republicans sink their differences in the common cause agai... ...ext political campaign to shoulder the responsibility of the defeat upon the Democrats. They hope then to catch the people with irrigation planks in t...

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California elections, November 2008

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... state elections, November 2008 were held on November 4, 2008 throughout California . Among the elections taking place were those for the office of ... ... those for the office of President of the United States, all the seats of California's delegation to the House of Representatives, all of the seats ... ..." cellspacing="0" ! colspan="7" United States presidential election in California, 2008 align="center" ! colspan="2" Party Candidate Runnin... ...ves All 53 seats of the United States House of Representatives in California were up for election. Before and after the election, 34 seats we... ...="0" ! colspan="6" United States House of Representatives elections in California, 2008 align="center" ! colspan=2 Party Votes Percentage ... ...ll 80 seats were up for election every two years. Before the election, the Democrats controlled 48 seats, while the Republicans controlled 32. After t... ...led 48 seats, while the Republicans controlled 32. After the election, the Democrats increased its majority to 51, while the Republican minority shran... ... minority shrank to 29. A total of five seats changed parties: four to the Democrats and one to the Republicans. { border="1" cellpadding="4" cellsp...

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Annals of the Spanish Northwest : California : Vol. 7

By: Oak, Henry Lebbeus, 1844-1905; Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918

...AK Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA V Title: ANNALS OF THE SPANISH NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA V Aut... ...... ...lley Letter to Clyman To the Oregon Border A Night Attack by Indians Back to California Gillespie's Arrival and In structions Up the River by Boat Sut... ...oon at Sonoma Mormonism ANew Proclamation Killing of Cowie and Fowler by the Californians Padilla and Car- rillo Sortie by Ide Other Captives Gibson's... ...with Mexico Beginning of Hostilities Feeling in the United States respecting California Policy of President Folk's Administra tionInstructions to Comm... ...d the war and the pro posed acquisition of territory, which were defended by democrats. At last a substitute bill, giving $30,000 for negotiations, an... ...the union. Webster and other conser vatives in the north held the same view. Democrats, on the other hand, justified the war as provoked by Mexico, fr... ...s supreme court. In the discussion it was advocated by southern whigs and by democrats generally; but its opponents declared it to be an eva sion rath...

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California Republican Party

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...The California Republican Party (CRP) is the California affiliate of the United States Republican Party . The party ch... ...lican Party . The party chairman is Jim Brulte, and is based in Burbank, California, a suburb of Los Angeles . The CRP also has a headquarters in ... ...burb of Los Angeles . The CRP also has a headquarters in Sacramento ."". California Republican Party. Retrieved on May 13, 2010. The party looks to... ...inate government waste . The CRP is active throughout the entire state of California and is the majority party in many counties. The party also pride... ... itself on "providing common sense solutions to the most troubling issues."California Republican Party: About. Retrieved from http://www.cagop.org/ind... ... U.S. Senate None. Both of California U.S. Senate seats have held by Democrats since 1992 . John F. Seymour was the last Republican to repre...

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Quarterly : Volume 3

By: Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles; Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles. Publications; Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles. Annual Publications;

...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, VOL. III Title: PUBLICATONS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF S... ...IA, VOL. III Title: PUBLICATONS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, VOL. III Author: E. W. JONES Language: English Subject: Fictio... ...corporated February 13, 1891, PUBLICATIONS OF THE HlSWMIrS6TOY OP Southern California III (Annual Publications of 189^-94-9^-96.) PUBLISHED BY THE SOC... ...ural Address of President E. W. Jones 5 Early Gold Discoveries in Southern California J. M Guinn 10 Historical Notes of Old Land Marks Dr. W. F. Edgar... ...chological Research in San Pedro Bay and Vicinity Mrs. M. B. Williamson 10 California Fifty Years Ago J. M Guinn 16 The Chinese Massacre at Los Angele... ...r death, good friends. The war made Col. Warner a strong Union man ; loyal democrats and republicans formed the "Union party," which included all vote... ... others returned to the democratic party, whilst Warner and other northern democrats thereafter affiliated with the republican party. At one period of...

Subject: California, Southern -- History Societies, etc

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California gubernatorial election, 1998

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...eeded Pete Wilson who was term limited out of office for life. The 1998 California gubernatorial election featured the state's only gubernatorial ... ...a practice which was later struck down in United States Supreme Court in California Democratic Party v. Jones in 2000. The primary occurred on Jun... ...nes in 2000. The primary occurred on June 2, 1998. Davis defeated fellow Democrats Jane Harman and Al Checchi for the Democratic nomination. Dav... ...ents in the Republican primary. The primary set a record for spending in a California gubernatorial primary. Open primary The Democratic field for ... ...ace because of the difficulty of campaigning, the "deteriorated" nature of California statewide campaigns, and her desire to continue her work in the ... ... 1980s while Lungren tried to cast himself as the political heir of former California Governor Ronald Reagan . The policy differences between Davis...

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