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Posted by Greg Woodard on June 30, 2014
Apparently concerned by Robert Ming’s first place finish in the primary for the Orange County Supervisor race in the Fifth District, Lisa Bartlett has started sending around something titled “Ming’s Dings.” The first installment calls out Ming for his support last year of a city loan to the new City Manager for him to buy a house in the city. Unfortunately, Bartlett appears more concerned about casting Ming in a negative light than she does about the actual facts surrounding the loan. (For the record, I supported Ming in the primary.)
Bartlett falsely claims that the median home price in Laguna Niguel is $300,000 and contrasts that with the $925,000 loan that the City Manager was requesting. In fact, the median home price in Laguna Niguel is actually much higher at anywhere from $650,000 to over $675,000. Bartlett also falsely states that the loan was approved at a below-market interest rate, yet the story cited in Bartlett’s own hit piece states that the City Council (Ming included) voted to require that the interest on the loan be at market rate. In addition, the City Manager’s loan payments are taken directly from his paycheck and if he ever leaves the city or is terminated, he must sell his house and pay off the loan. Finally, the hit piece erroneously inflates the City Manager’s salary and benefits by over $215,000. In fact, the City Manager’s salary and benefits are slightly lower than the average of Orange County city managers, and actually lower than the City Manager in Bartlett’s city, Dana Point (despite Laguna Niguel having almost 30,000 more residents). It is ironic that Bartlett, a partner at a real estate and investment firm, would not know the median home price in Laguna Niguel. Even more ironic is the fact that Bartlett would be calling out (falsely) the Laguna Niguel City Manager’s salary and benefits, when her own City Manager’s package is higher.
People can debate the wisdom of a city offering a loan to a City Manager (other cities offer a similar perk). However, the debate should begin with the real facts, not those embellished by a political foe who is trying to make up ground in advance of the November election. I trust Bartlett will be issuing a correction any time now.
Posted in 5th Supervisorial District, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, Orange County Board of Supervisors | Tagged: Lisa Bartlett, Orange County Board of Supervisors, Robert Ming | 5 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on June 4, 2014
Chris Emami reported on the CRA Slate Mailer Newspaper a few days ago (CRA) which CRA Vice President Dale Tyler and I put together with some able help from former CRA Treasurer John Fugatt. Obviously I believe it is the best of the slate mailers newspaper (it is open only to CRA endorsed candidates).
Assuming there are no upsets with the provisional ballot count, 100% of the candidates who placed articles / ads in the mailer either won their races or advanced to the run off in November. Congratulations to Diane Harkery, Eric Woolery, Linda Lindholm, Robert Ming, Bill Brough, Jeff Ferguson and Tony Rackauckas for your win and thank you for believing in our mailer!
Posted in 5th Supervisorial District, 73rd Assembly District, Board of Equalization, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, Orange County, Orange County Auditor-Controller, Orange County Board of Education, Orange County Board of Supervisors, Orange County District Attorney's Office, Uncategorized | Tagged: Bill Brough, California Republican Assembly, CRA, Diane Harkey, Eric Woolery, Jeff Ferguson, Linda Lindholm, Robert Ming, Tony Rackauckas | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on May 28, 2014
One of the important races on the June 3rd ballot is for the Orange County Supervisor, 5th District which is basically south Orange County. Of the candidates in that race, I am supporting Laguna Niguel City Councilman Robert Ming (Robert Ming). In the decade plus that I have known Robert, he has been a consistent movement conservative who judges decisions he makes on the City Council through the prism of questions such as 1. Is this something the Government should even be doing in the first place (instead of private enterprise), 2. is it Constitutional? and 3. is it the best deal for the taxpayers? Whenever possible and legal Robert Ming (who is an attorney by profession) seeks to have government outsource functions to private contractors rather than have in-house employees hired with the attendant salaries, retirement benefits and retiree health care costs burdening the taxpayers. He is also not in favor of government choosing winners and losers at the taxpayers’ expense (also known as “crony capitalism” which favors the politician’s friends and supporters). Robert believes that when the government does business with private enterprise, all parties should play by the same rules and the government should remain neutral with the taxpayers getting the maximum benefit from open and fair competition.
While on the City Council Robert’s city built Laguna Niguel’s City Hall on time, under budget and for cash (no debt, bonds or loans of any kind). When he was on the Board of the Orange County Vector Control agency, he insisted on transparency by the senior management that revealed wasteful spending by the Agency and the resignation of the former Executive Director. Robert Ming was one of the main leaders in forming the Association of California Cities Orange County to counter the big government left leaning League of Cities. He currently is the chairman of the ACCOC’s committee on pension reform.
Several years ago, Robert and I co-founded a public policy ministry at our church to help parishioners understand matters of public policy that are facing them in votes they are being asked to cast at elections.
In all of the decisions and situations (personal and as an elected leader) I have seen Robert in, he has always been consistent and honorable in his decision-making. He will make an excellent choice to replace Pat Bates (who is termed out) which is why current Supervisors John Moorlach and Board Chairman Shawn Nelson have endorsed Robert Ming. Robert has also been endorsed by the California Republican Assembly, the Lincoln Club of Orange County, the Family Action PAC and Atlas PAC and many, many local elected officials and South County citizens. Of all of the South Orange County activists who research candidates and make voter recommendations, all of them recommend Robert Ming to be our next representative on the Board of Supervisors. My friend Robyn Nordell, who hosts her own voter recommendation web site (www.robynnordell.com) and puts up the lists of most of the other activist lists’, also recommends Robert for this position (see the Orange County section of Robyn’s site).
Running against Robert for this seat are three other candidates. One is the current Mayor of my town Dana Point. Lisa Bartlett’s votes and actions on the City of Dana Point City Council and on the Transportation Corridor Agencies have proven that she is not a true conservative or qualified for this position. While on the City Council she voted to raise taxes on guests at certain Dana Point hotels, ban plastic shopping bags and increase the size of the Dana Point city government (more employees and eliminating most outsourcing to independent contractors).
In addition, recently Ms. Bartlett was stripped of her authority as Chairman of the Transportation Corridor’s Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency (Lisa Bartlett Stripped of Authority to Approve Contracts at TCA) largely due to her approving very questionable contracts without notice to her fellow board members. Part of her duties were to approve or disapprove of certain types of contracts and contract extensions presented to her by the Executive Director of the TCA. During the March 18, 2014 Dana Point City Council meeting I asked her which of the contracts the Executive Director of the TCA presented did she disapprove. She responded that she did not disapprove of any of the contracts presented to her. Further that the total amount involved was only $200,000.00 (Dana Point City Council: Scrutinizing TCA).
Her answers reveal two important shortcomings: First she considers $200,000 to not be an important amount of money – I find this attitude regarding ratepayer / taxpayer funds to be irresponsible. It also appears she simply rubber stamped what the executive staff placed in front of her which tells me she does not ask the proper or “hard” questions of the staff that report to her as an elected official. Given that the County’s total budget is several billions of taxpayer dollars – Ms. Bartlett’s votes and actions do not give me confidence she will be a good steward of our county taxpayer funds.
Another candidate for the 5th District Supervisor position is Mission Viejo city councilman Frank Ury. Some of Mr. Ury’s votes on his city council cause me to have concerns about his motivations and how he would handle responsibility at the county level. For example in 2008 or 2009 at the start of the Great Recession when Mission Viejo (and other Orange County) families were facing layoffs and cut backs, Frank Ury voted to approve the city spending approximately $350,000 in Mission Viejo taxpayer funds to buy a parade float in the Rose Bowl Parade. There are many cities and other public entities that have Rose Bowl floats but they are normally financed by private donations not taxpayer dollars. Some like to defend this vote by claiming there were hundreds or thousands of volunteers who came out to work on the float. Even if that is a true statement (which is questionable), then the City Council could have asked each of these “thousands” of excited and motivated volunteers to help finance this project with $25 and $100 contributions (which could be set up to be tax-deductible) and pay for the float with volunteer funds with the City simply being a conduit for that civic effort. Instead Mr. Ury voted to use taxpayer dollars to fund this unnecessary expenditure while the economy was shrinking rapidly.
Another of his questionable votes was for life time health care benefits for city council members who serve three terms on the council. This would be a significant cost to Mission Viejo taxpayers for the health care of prior city council persons long, long after they have left office. For a politician who claims to be a fiscal conservative to cast such a self-serving vote strongly suggests he was placing his own interests above those of the citizens he was elected to represent.
I am aware that in the distant past Mr. Ury worked on several projects such as proposition 226 to curb unions taking funds for political purposes. However, while I applaud Mr. Ury’s good work of about fifteen years ago, it is his recent votes that are troubling and do not show good leadership or stewardship for our County.
Neither Mr. Ury nor Ms. Bartlett came to the CRA’s endorsing convention to ask for the endorsement or explain their current and past voting records. Robert Ming was endorsed unanimously by the CRA (CRA Wrap Up).
The final candidate for this position is a Deputy District Attorney Joe Williams (he is registered No Party Preference). Mr. Williams is a complete unknown in that he has never held public office so there is no voting track record to give an indication of how he might vote on the dais of the Board of Supervisors. He is not running any type of campaign to communicate to voters like myself what he stands for and his priorities if he were to be elected. The only thing I have seen of his campaign are a few yard signs sitting on the side of busy roadways. The Board of Supervisors, with its very large budget, its budget shortfalls, thousands of employees, with serious problems such as unfunded employee pensions and retiree health care costs, is no place for someone wanting to do “on the job training.”
For these and many more reasons (but keeping in mind this blog post is already very long) I support and hope you will also support Robert Ming for the Orange County Board of Supervisors, 5th District.
In the interest of full disclosure I am the majority shareholder of a private company known as IC Media, Inc. and Robert is a minority shareholder in the company. Also, I am a practicing attorney, a former elected member of the OC Republican Central Committee, a former officer with the California Republican Assembly and a volunteer activist. I am not on the payroll of any candidate or campaign and I do not act as a paid consultant to any political campaigns.
Posted in 5th Supervisorial District, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Uncategorized | Tagged: Association of Southern California Cities Orange County, Atlas PAC, California Republican Assembly, Family Action PAC, Frank Ury, Joe Williams, John Moorlach, League of Cities, Lisa Bartlett, OCGOP, Pat Bates, Robert Ming, Robyn Nordell, Shawn Nelson, Transportation Corridor Agency | 4 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on May 26, 2014
The folks over at The Munger Games blog are once again spot on about Charles Munger trying to purchase a seat in the Assembly for candidate Anna Bryson.
I reported a few days ago about about Mr. Munger’s big buy into Ms. Bryson’s campaign with his dropping over $250,000 into his Spirit of Democracy IE PAC in support of her campaign for the 73rd Assembly District (Charles Munger Dipping…) and my fellow blogger Allan Wilson reported about the same thing happening in the 55nd Assembly District (Charles Munger and California Dental IE PAC) with his Dental IE PAC.
Now the Munger Games folks have noted that Mr. Munger has put in another $71,000 for pro-Bryson mailers over the last few days (Munger Money-Mongering). As a resident of the 73rd Assembly District I can attest that I have been receiving multiple pro Anna Bryson mailers over the last few days – in fact they appear to be using the same mailers over and over again. Some of these mailers come directly from her campaign and some from the Spirit of Democracy PAC (i.e. from Charles Munger). All of them tout her conservative credentials even though such a claim is, in my opinion, false (Why Does the Teachers Union Love Anna Bryson). Friends also tell me they have seen Anna Bryson commercials while watching TV. It is apparent that Charles Munger wishes to buy this seat for Anna Bryson.
With this much money being spent for her, in my opinion there is a definite expectation that if she wins she will be beholden to do as Mr. Munger demands for things like appointments of delegates to the California Republican Party and votes in the legislature for left of center positions on social issues, etc. From her votes on the school board since late 2010 I conclude that she has already proven Anna Bryson will switch sides if she perceives it to be to her benefit.
Of all of the local activists in Orange County who put out voter recommendation lists, none of them to my knowledge have recommended that you vote for Anna Bryson. Almost all of them recommend voting for Bill Brough as the true conservative in this race (Why I Support Bill Brough).
My thanks to The Munger Games folks for helping us keep track of Mr. Munger’s meddling in our Assembly race in South OC.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point, Uncategorized | Tagged: Anna Brsyon, Bill Brough, California Republican Party, Charles Munger, Spirit of Democracy IE PAC, The Munger Games | 5 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on May 21, 2014
It is no secret that Palo Alto physicist and political financier Charles Munger likes to put his money into Republican v. Republican races. What is his goal? In my opinion to remake the California Republican Party in his own liberal / moderate image complete with a platform that takes no position on social issues (or takes pro-abortion / pro-homosexual marriage positions). Thus you can count on the candidates he backs to appoint delegates to the CRP who will be Charles Munger approved and vote they way he wants.
In the 73rd Assembly District (where I live) there are four Republicans and one Democrat running to replace Diane Harkey who is termed out (and running for the State Board of Equalization). One of the Republicans is CUSD school board trustee Anna Bryson who I used to support. However after she won re-election in 2010 she took a sharp turn towards the teachers union and started voting for their causes and positions. I have posted about this before: Why Does the Teachers Union Love Anna Bryson? Due to these votes, I and many others who supported her previously do not support her for any elected position including this one.
Now her major financial backer, Charles Munger, has put into his Spirit of Democracy PAC $250,000 to support Ms. Bryson in her quest for the 73rd Assembly seat. John Harbe over at CalNewsroom.com blog has posted an excellent article outlining how Mr. Munger has spent $322,713 (inclusive of the recent $250,000 into his PAC for her) in support of Ms. Bryson (73rd Assembly: Charles Munger). This is more than all of the candidates have raised for this race combined.
Apparently those of us living in the 73rd Assembly District will now be subjected to TV and other media ads for Ms. Bryson. While she touts herself as a conservative – her voting record (as I have posted about in the above link) tells a very different story. In addition, she recently lost a challenge to her ballot statement when the judge found she had made a false and misleading statement in it (and it was stricken and amended by the judge). I posted on this blog twice about that. Breaking News & Follow Up the latter post including a link to an excellent article by Katy Grimes over at the Flashreport on this subject.
What is particularly disappointing to me are the number of conservatives who have either not vetted her record, spoken to local activists like myself or simply don’t care about her record and endorse her anyway. These include people like Edwin Meese, III, George Shultz, Hugh Hewitt and Assemblyman Don Wagner. I note that none of them live in the 73rd Assembly District. I don’t know if these conservatives realize it, but by supporting someone like Anna Bryson, they are supporting someone who is now extremely beholden to Charles Munger. She will likely join him in making the CRP are much more liberal place where conservatives like them are not welcome. This is in addition to adding her wobbly voting record to the floor of the State Assembly.
For me, I will continue to support the real conservative in the race for the 73rd Assembly District: Dana Point City Councilman Bill Brough. (Why I Am Supporting Bill Brough) I should note that the California Republican Assembly endorsed Bill Brough (CRA RECAP) and he was featured in our recent mailer which Chris Emami just reported on (CRA Newspaper). Anna Bryson did not even show up to the CRA endorsing convention to ask for the endorsement or defend her voting record – even though she was invited to do so. Naturally I hope that Charles Munger cannot buy this seat for her and Bill Brough will be one of the top two to advance to November.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point, Uncategorized | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Assemblyman Don Wagner, Bill Brough, California Republican Assembly, CalNewsroom.com, Charles Munger, CRA, CRP, Edwin Meese, FlashReport, George Shultz, Hugh Hewitt, John Harbe, Katy Grimes, Spirit of Democracy PAC | 4 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on April 1, 2014
As I reported last week, 73rd Assembly candidate Anna Bryson was found by a Superior Court Judge in Sacramento to have made a false and misleading statement in her ballot statement. Here is my post about that: Sacramento Judge Rules.
Today Katy Grimes (a Flash Report Senior Correspondent) did a through post over at the Flashreport about this situation including the various press releases from the Bryson campaign in which Ms. Bryson tries to spin a loss into a win. Ms. Grimes’ article (which includes some quotes by this blogger) is at AD73: Bryson Campaign Tries… and it is obvious Ms. Grimes put in a lot of time researching this article including speaking with various members of the Bryson campaign including Anna Bryson herself. Katy also includes a copy of the Court’s order which clearly states the Judge found Ms. Bryson’s original statement to be false, misleading and inconsistent with the Elections Code by clear and convincing evidence.
I highly recommend you read Ms. Grimes article and her insights into the Bryson’s campaign’s attempts to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
Again, for full disclosure I am supporting Dana Point City Councilman Bill Brough who is running to be my next Assemblyperson from the 73rd Assembly District. I recommend you check out Bill Brough and contact him through his web site at: http://billbrough.org/ Bill’s next event will be on at 5:30 p.m. on April 22nd at Paradise Automotive in San Juan Capistrano. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-388-6515. If you met Bill and talk with him about the issues and his background, I believe you will come away supporting him as I am.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Bill Brough, FlashReport, Katy Grimes, Sacramento Superior Court | 1 Comment »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on March 28, 2014
Today Judge Shelleyanne W.L. Chang ruled that 73rd Assembly candidate Anna Byrson made a false and misleading statement in her campaign statement. The judge ruled that the statement “On the school board, I returned $59 million to taxpayers” was false and misleading and ordered the statement stricken and re-written. In this type of ballot challenge the burden of proof the person challenging the statement is “clear and convincing” not the easier to prove “preponderance of evidence” standard. The petitioner, Mission Viejo resident Dale Tyler, via his attorney Chad Morgan, was successful in submitting clear and convincing evidence that Ms. Bryson’s statement was both false and misleading to voters.
Ms. Bryson, as part of her opposition, submitted a declaration by her fellow CUSD Trustee John Alpay wherein he stated (among other things) that Ms. Bryson was “instrumental” in returning $59 million to taxpayers. Yet the Court still found the statement false and misleading! I represented Greg Powers in his challenge to Mr. Alpay’s ballot statement when he challenged former Trustee Mike Winston in the recall election of 2010. The Court at that time struck two statements contained in Mr. Alpay’s ballot statement as being false and misleading. So it is no surprise to me that Judge Chang found Mr. Alpay’s declaration in support of Ms. Bryson to not be convincing either.
Full disclosure: I am supporting 73rd Assembly candidate Bill Brough (who currently serves on the Dana Point City Council). I was a supporter of Ms. Bryson in the past, but not any longer due to her voting record: Why to the Teachers Unions Love Anna Bryson? Check out Bill’s web site at Bill Brough for Assembly.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Bill Brough, Chad Morgan, Dale Tyler, Greg Powers, John Alpay, Mike Winston | 8 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on February 17, 2014
There are a lot of reasons I am supporting Laguna Niguel City Councilman Robert Ming in his race for Orange County Supervisor, 5th District (Robert Ming for Supervisor) that have nothing to do with his opponents’ shortcomings. However there are also a lot of reasons I oppose Lisa Bartlett’s (the Mayor of my city Dana Point) bid for that seat too.
She has turned out to be a big / nanny government politician who voted in Dana Point to ban plastic bags, increase hotel taxes, increase staff at the city, etc., etc., etc. Now it turns out she has approved very questionable contracts over at the Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency where she is the current chair of the board. Apparently the agency in 2008 passed a resolution to allow the chair of the board to approve contracts over $25,000 without the rest of the board’s approval and not in a meeting open to the public if the contracts were for a “legislative purpose.” According to an article over at the Voice of OC (Toll Road Agency Chair Stripped of Authority) this resolution was continuously carried forward as automatic language in the agency’s budget adoption process.
As the chair, Ms. Bartlett approved contracts with vendors, such as former Governor Gray Davis’ law firm Loeb & Loeb, that were not for a “legislative purpose.” Setting aside that the Board should not have given the chair that authority in the first place, it is alleged that Ms. Bartlett abused this clause repeatedly. I will not go through all of the examples or Ms. Bartlett’s excuses for her conduct as the Voice of OC article does a good job of laying that out. I recommend that the reader follow the link above to the article to obtain the facts about this disappointing situation.
Kudos to Supervisors Todd Spitzer and Shawn Nelson (who sit on this TCA board too) for calling out Ms. Bartlett on this abuse and stripping her of this authority. These types of contracts should always be presented to the entire board in open session for questions, debate and approval and for the public to have a chance to comment on them. Kudos to the rest of the board for voting to end this foolishness and bring the contracting process of this agency back into the light of public scrutiny where it always should have been.
Years ago I was a supporter of Ms. Bartlett. Others warned me of her real leanings. I regret not listening to those warnings.
She should not be promoted to Orange County Supervisor!
Posted in Dana Point, Uncategorized | Tagged: Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, Lisa Bartlett, Robert Ming, Shawn Nelson, TCA, Todd Spitzer | 4 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on February 5, 2014
I am supporting Dana Point City Councilman Bill Brough (Bill Brough) for the 73rd Assembly seat being vacated by Diane Harkey (due to term limits). There are many reasons why I support Bill as the best candidate for this seat. Bill, a veteran of the United States Army, is currently a member of the City of Dana Point City Council, the city where I reside. Therefore I have seen first hand his work at the city council level to know Bill Brough is a man who stands by his principles and works to get positive things done in my city. As an example: Bill has been a leader in getting the long planned but stalled Town Center Project (the re-vitalization of our downtown area) going again. All without any taking of private property and selling it to some other private entity (crony capitalism) or having the city go into debt via bonds or some other means. Bill has advocated for years for lowering taxes and fees for the citizens of Dana Point and to encourage development of commercially zoned properties such as the Town Center area.
Being someone who believes in freedom, Bill Brough was the sole vote on the city council against Dana Point’s foolish plastic bag ban (current City Councilman Carlos Olvera was not on the council when the plastic bag ban vote was taken). See Dana Point City Council votes for Plastic Bag Ban. Bill is still against the plastic bag ban partially due to there being no proof that the ban has lowered the cost of keeping the city cleaner. This is in stark contrast to Dana Point’s Mayor Lisa Bartlett who voted with the majority of the council in favor of the ban (I am also supporting Laguna Niguel City Councilman Robert Ming in his race for Orange County Supervisor for the 5th District (Robert Ming for Supervisor) for many positive pro Robert Ming reasons but Ms. Bartlett’s vote for the plastic bag ban and her votes to increase tolls on the 241 toll roads are another reason I am supporting Robert Ming and opposing Ms. Bartlett’s bid for that seat. I have a lot of company in that belief – Ming Outraises All His Opponents Combined).
Getting back to Bill Brough, until about this time last year, Bill was Diane Harkey’s Chief of Staff so Bill knows not only Sacramento but the 73rd Assembly seat in particular – Bill Brough will not need to play “catch up” to begin to be effective as our representative in the Assembly.
There are a lot of reasons I do not support some of Bill’s opponents for this seat (see my prior posts about Jesse Petrilla (Patch Post & Petrilla Statement) and the latest post over at the Rancho Santa Margarita Patch (Did Petrilla Lie…) – now the court documents about the 2001 criminal case are posted there and about Anna Bryson – Why does the Teachers Union Love Anna Bryson). But most importantly Bill Brough is a great candidate even without the problems his competitors have. I highly recommend you go to Bill Brough’s web site (www.billbrough.org), check him out and contact him via the web site. I believe you will like what you find out about Bill – especially if you contact him via his web page.
For anyone interested in who I am, I am a practicing attorney who lives and works in Dana Point and a volunteer activist for limited and constitutional government. I am not on any candidate’s payroll and I do not work as a political consultant.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Dana Point | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Bill Brough, Diane Harkey, Jesse Petrilla, Lisa Bartlett, Plastic Bag Ban, Robert Ming | 5 Comments »
Posted by Chris Emami on March 22, 2013
I was working on a database of the part affiliation of all Orange County local elected officials. Finally, I have completed the project with all of the special districts and county seats being added. I also fixed some errors in the previous versions (here, here, and here) and have combined the database into one post.
We have added a button on the menu bar for our readers to always be able to access this database and use it for whatever research/political needs that they may have. Due to the length of th epost you are going to have to click the below link to read the rest of the post.
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