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Archive for April 14th, 2010

Super Scoop- It’s a Lot More Than We Thought Last Night….

Super Scoop- It’s a Lot More Than We Thought Last Night….

The City Clerks' office has notified us that there are 446 ballots in the council race STILL to be tallied. There are 354 votes-by-mail that came UPS or were delivered on Election Day- and 92 provisional ballots. This race could still be wide open- Provisional ballots must be cleared with the Los Angeles County Registrar, and the clerk's office will try to have it all counted and authorized by [...]

Just A Thought – Election Reflection

Just A Thought – Election Reflection

If it feels like afterglow or hangover, there's always one person responsible for how you feel when you wake up in the morning, and that's you. While the election process in Culver City was a two hour nail-biter for the Cooper and Sahli-Wells camps, an easy skate for Malsin and a sinking feeling for Zirgulis, the contest is over. It's the commentary afterwords that shows who we really, just as [...]