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January 23, 2017
Now available on Amazon.com is California Lawmaker by Alex Vassar, editor of the … [Read More...]
December 29, 2016
We lost some good ones this year. There's just not a lot more that I can … [Read More...]
December 27, 2016
Former State Senator John J. Benoit died Monday at his home in Riverside County. … [Read More...]
September 16, 2016
This is a short article that is a little bit about Senator Bob Huff, but mostly … [Read More...]
Q: How often do Lt. Governors become Governor through the resignation or death of the incumbent? A: It has happened three times in the last century, following the resignations of Earl Warren (1953) and Hiram Johnson (1917) and the death of James Rolph (1934).
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