Posts Tagged: party


Rebuilding California’s Republican Party

Sonny Dykes and Jim Brulte have their work cut out for them.

Dykes has been hired to replace Cal football coach Jeff Tedford, after the Bears’ dismal 3-9 finish in the 2012 season.

Brulte has been chosen as the California Republican Party’s newly elected chairman to revamp the party following the Republicans’ dismal finish in


Size matters: GOP’s shrinkage prompts demands for change

The California Republican Party has been on a downward spiral for 20 years now.  There are young adults starting their first full-time job or entering college who have been born and raised in a state known only as a Democratic stronghold, barely reminiscent as the birthplace of the political careers of Richard Nixon and Ronald


Rejecting no-tax pledge was key moment for Olsen

When Republican Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen recently refused to sign the no-tax pledge, she drew fire from many in the GOP and skepticism from Democrats.


But whatever the political fallout, it didn’t have much impact on Election Day: She easily carried the 12th AD, which covers most of Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties.



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