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THE Nooner for November 22, 2016

 

 

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UNPROCESSED BALLOT STATUS (as of 11/21/16 @ 5:00 p.m.):

  • Vote-by-mail: 900,461
  • Provisional: 1,110,639
  • Other (damaged, non-machine readable): 67,694
  • Total: 2,078,794

MONEY MATTERS: With investments soft, CalPERS eyes higher contribution rates. What does that mean for workers? [Dale Kasler @ SacBee] - “With consultants predicting long-term declines in investment earnings, the big California pension fund is considering substantially higher contribution rates for the state and the thousands of municipalities and school districts that rely on CalPERS to serve their retirees. Workers could get hit with higher contributions, too, although that would depend on contract negotiations.”

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THE AG LIST: Here's the current list based on conversations with many insiders:

  • Joe Cotchett, attorney
  • Rocky Delgadillo, former LA City Attorney
  • Katherine Feinstein, retired judge and daughter of Dianne Feinstein
  • Mike Feuer, LA City Attorney
  • Dario Frommer, former assemblymember and my fellow UCD law grad, who I later followed in his footsteps as president of the LSA
  • Leticia Perez, Kern County Supervisor and member, California Board of State and Community Corrections
  • Clark Kelso, professor of law at McGeorge and a Republican nominee appointed to insurance commish in 2000 when the vacancy arose after Chuck Quackenbush was compelled to resign and moved to serve as the state's chief information officer under both Davis and Schwarenegger. Easy confirmation. 
  • Nancy McFadden, executive secretary to Jerry Brown, and a key part of his inner circle
  • Nancy O'Malley, Alameda County DA
  • Ann Ravel, FEC commissioner 
  • Jeff Rosen, Santa Clara County DA
  • Jackie Speier, Member of Congress
  • Phillip A. Talbert, US attorney for the Eastern District of California

 

CLASSIFIEDS 

  • The Office of Assemblymember Elect Phillip Chen is looking to hire talented and dedicated individuals to join its Capitol and District team in Brea, CA. The following positions are looking to be filled -- District Director, Scheduler, Legislative Assistant, Field Representative/Caseworker. For more information, please visit www.phillipchen.org/jobs-with-phillip
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To combat an alarming surge in racism, hate and bullying in the schools post-election, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom called on local and county superintendents to act immediately to establish a zero-tolerance policy for hate in the schools and create a clearinghouse to report such incidents statewide.

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Academy of Art University will showcase vintage cars
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The International Auto Show will feature the 2017 model vehicles from the world’s major manufacturers, but one of the most popular special attractions over the last few years has been the Academy of Art University Auto Museum Classic Car exhibit, selected by Tom Matano, director of the University’s School of Industrial Design. “We are proud to be able to exhibit vehicles from the Academy of Art University Auto Museum that represent the elegance, style, craftsmanship, technology and innovative spirit of automotive designers of the past as well as the present,” Show Director Kevin Diamond said. Museum-quality cars expected to be displayed include: 1927 Packard 8 343 Convertible Sedan; 1929 Packard 8 640 Convertible Coupe; 1930 Duesenberg Convertible Sedan; 1930 Packard 8 Derham Convertible Coupe; 1931 Packard 8 Waterhouse Victoria; 1932 Packard 8 Coupe; 1933 Packard 12 Dietrich Coupe; 1933 Packard 12 Dietrich Sport Phaeton; 1934 Packard S-8 Victoria Convertible; 1934 Packard 12 Dual Windshield Phaeton; 1934 Packard 12 LeBaron Sport Phaeton; 1934 Packard 12 Coupe Roadster; 1936 Packard S-8 Sport Phaeton; 1937 Bugatti;1939 Packard Darrin Convertible; 1937 Lagonda Sport Tourer; 1938 Talbot-Lago T120 Roadster; 1939 Packard 12 Brunn Touring Cabriolet Sedan; 1940 Packard 160 Convertible Sedan; 1941 Packard 180 Lebaron Sport Brogham; 1950 Jaguar XK 120; 1953 Allard JX2; 1953 Packard Caribbean; 1955 MG TF & trailer; 1959 Cadillac Elvis; 1960 Jaguar XK 150; 1961 Daimler SP250; 1964 Jaguar E-Type; 1965 Aston-Martin DB-5; 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB; 1966 Porsche 911 and 1986 Ferrari Testarossa. Established in 1929, the University offers accredited AA, BA, BFA, MA, M. Arch, B. Arch and MFA programs in 26 different majors besides industrial design, as well as continuing art education, with classes in automotive restoration, acting, advertising, animation and visual effects, architecture, art education, art history (BFA), fashion, fine art, game design, graphic design, illustration, interior architecture and design, jewelry and metal arts, landscape architecture, motion pictures and television, multi-media communications, music scoring and composition, sound design, music production, photography, visual development and web design and new media. Academy of Art University is an accredited member of WASC Senior College and University Commission, National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Council for Interior Design Accreditation, the National Architectural Accrediting Board and the California Teaching Credential.

Will San Onofre's Waste Wind Up At Yucca Mountain? - The San Diego Union-tribune
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The $15 billion Yucca Mountain project was designed to store nuclear waste from sites across the country but the Obama administration cut off funding in 2010. Now there is talk on Capitol Hill to bring the site back online.

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Mary Young, an Orange County GOP official and volunteer to Donald Trump’s campaign, broadly attacked Muslims in a Facebook post Monday, among other things writing in all capital letters, “I DO NOT WANT ANY TYPE OF MUSLIMS IN OUR COUNTRY, PERIOD!”

Secessionists Formally Launch Quest For California's Independence
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