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February 14, 2008
Local voters will have the chance beginning in June to select successors for two veteran leaders who represent the Foothills area in the state Senate. Exiting the upper house this year will be Jack Scott, who has represented La Cañada in the Assembly and the Senate; and Bob Margett, who has represented La Crescenta in the state Senate since redistricting. Scott, who is 74, entered political life after retiring as president of Pasadena City College. He has worked hard on education issues, currently chairing the Senate education committee, and has been a dedicated battler for gun control.
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By Charles Cooper | August 31, 2006
As the state election campaigns launch into the final stages with the traditional Labor Day start, a lot of new names are on the ballot but close races are not expected. A battle that could tip some races one direction or the other is the race for governor, in which Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger appears ready to defeat his Democratic opponent Treasurer Phil Angelides. Schwarzenegger appeared destined for defeat in this Democratic majority state, but some astute political moves and a lackluster campaign from his opponent have given the Republican a solid lead in the polls.
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February 14, 2008
Local voters will have the chance beginning in June to select successors for two veteran leaders who represent the Foothills area in the state Senate. Exiting the upper house this year will be Jack Scott, who has represented La Cañada in the Assembly and the Senate; and Bob Margett, who has represented La Crescenta in the state Senate since redistricting. Scott, who is 74, entered political life after retiring as president of Pasadena City College. He has worked hard on education issues, currently chairing the Senate education committee, and has been a dedicated battler for gun control.
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