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Pasadena’s Chris Holden Reelected
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Pasadena’s Chris Holden Reelected

By Staff Assemblymember Chris Holden was reelected to represent the 41st District in the California State Assembly with 63.5 percent of the vote. Holden released the following statement: “I want to thank the voters of the Foothill communities for reelecting me to represent them in Sacramento. I look forward to working with my colleagues in…

Pasadenans Have Voted on Measures I and J
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Pasadenans Have Voted on Measures I and J

By Fabiola Diaz Pasadena voters have cast their ballots and voted in favor of Measure I and Measure J. Measure I will increase the sales tax in Pasadena by 0.75 percent, bringing the rate to 10.25 percent. Measure J asks the city to allocate the sales tax revenue garnered by Measure I, projected to be…

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Vote on the Pasadena Measures on Today’s Ballot

Today is Election Day and there are two local measures on the ballot. Voters will have to decide whether or not to support Measures I and J. Measure I seeks to establish “a ¾-cent sales tax providing approximately $21,000,000 annually until ended by voters.” Measure J asks voters, if the sales tax measure is approved,…

Voting Brief
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Voting Brief

By Fabiola Diaz The midterm elections are next Tuesday, Nov. 6. You can cast your vote from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. at your local polling place. If you find yourself in line when the polls close stay in line; allowing everyone in line when the polls close to vote is the law. If you…

Pasadena Chamber Recommends Positions on Ballot Measures
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Pasadena Chamber Recommends Positions on Ballot Measures

Measures considered for impact on local businesses, Pasadena economy and Chamber member companies The Board of Directors of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce considered the array of initiatives on the ballot for Nov. 6. In deciding whether or not to take a position, the Board analyzed whether a particular measure would impact the local economy,…

No Taxation Without Clarification
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No Taxation Without Clarification

A voter’s guide to Pasadena’s Measure I By Gus Herrera With the Nov. 6 general election less than four weeks away, an election with a lengthy ballot including gubernatorial, senatorial, and congressional candidates, it can be easy to lose sight of measures that will certainly impact wallets right here in the City of Pasadena. Measure…

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