Jim Alger a candidate for state assembly 38th district will be speaking to local citizens. He has a nice website up, but will the web be a major tool in his campaign? If so, shouldn't his supporters start talking about him on blogs like this?
One of his opponents is a city council member from Santa Clarita ( How come no candidate from Simi Valley is running, yet again?) Cameron Smyth. Cameron is so out of touch with Simi Valley that on his endorsements list he spells Dean Kunicki ( County Board of Education) in a creative way. Am I just being tough on him because I want someone from Simi Valley to run? Maybe. He also has the support of Chris Valenzano of the county board, even though near as I can tell their districts don't overlap.
But Cameron Smyth does have the support of both Glen Becerra and Barbra Williamson. I wonder how he earned their support so early in the process? He is the odds on favorite to win thus far.
Word for word from Jim Alger's press release.
ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE TO ADDRESS SIMI VALLEY RESIDENTS
Alger continues to bring the fight to the heart of the Republican District
February 13, 2006 Santa Clarita, CA -Jim Alger, Democratic Candidate for the 38th State Assembly District will be addressing the Simi Valley/Moorpark Democratic Club on Wednesday February 15 2006 at 7:00 pm.
There Alger will discuss issues and listen to concerns of local residents.
"I believe it is important to go to all parts of the 38th Assembly District. Simi Valley is all to often ignored and that needs to stop." Alger said today "I encourage all candidates to follow my lead and engage all 38th State Assembly district communities in a dialogue. They each have issues, they each have concerns. Their vote should matter and not be taken for granted."
WHAT: Assembly Candidate Jim Alger addresses Simi Valley Residents
WHERE: Simi Valley Library - Community Meeting Room
2969 Tapo Canyon
Simi Valley, CA
WHEN: Wednesday, February 15 2006 7:00 PM
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