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One Vote…

By   /  November 2, 2020  /  Local  /  No Comments

Have you ever wondered about the importance of one vote? History is full of instances reflecting the importance and impact of one vote. The course of history has been greatly changed because one individual ballot was cast, or not, and here are a few examples: • In 1649, one vote literally cost King Charles of […]

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Joe Green Del Norte Council PTA President Announces Run for Vista City Council

By   /  July 22, 2015  /  Local  /  6 Comments

Vista businessman, Joe Green, has announced that he is running for Vista City Council in November 2016. Joe Green is Owner/Broker of Green Team Realty, and is currently President of Del Norte Council PTA. Joe graduated from Rancho Buena Vista High School in 1996. He is married and the father of four children that are attending […]

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City of Vista Election Results November 13

By   /  November 13, 2014  /  Local  /  No Comments

THESE RESULTS ARE UNOFFICIAL There are approximately 10000 Absentee / Provisional ballots still to be counted Reporting 39 of 39 – at 100.0%  counted Mayor Judy Ritter  8348    61.65% Cody Campbell  5192  38.35%   Reporting 39 of 39 100% Counted City Council John Aguilera     6290    27.06% John Franklin     5037    21.67% Dave Cowles         4896   […]

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VISTA CITY COUNCIL VOTE Results NOV 12

By   /  November 12, 2014  /  Local  /  No Comments

THESE RESULTS ARE UNOFFICIAL Last updated on 11-12-14 There are approximately 14000 Absentee / Provisional ballots still to be counted ​ CITY OF VISTA CITY COUNCIL Reporting 39 of 39  at 100.0%  counted. (Vote For 2 ) JOHN J. AGUILERA 6290 27.06 % JOHN FRANKLIN 5037 21.67 % DAVE COWLES 4896 21.06 % CHRYSTAL COLEMAN 3909 16.82 % ERUBEY LOPEZ 3115 13.40 %

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Election update Vista Council Update

By   /  November 6, 2014  /  Local  /  1 Comment

As of 4:40 pm Nov 6th the election of two Vista council seats is as follows. this is not the final count Next update Nov 7 th 5:00 pm   CITY OF VISTA CITY COUNCIL Reporting 39 of 39 at 100.0%  counted. (Vote For 2) JOHN J. AGUILERA 5132   27.13 % DAVE COWLES 4093   21.63 % JOHN FRANKLIN 4075   21.54 % CHRYSTAL COLEMAN 3203 […]

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Mayor of Vista Re-Elected

By   /  November 5, 2014  /  Local  /  No Comments

CITY OF VISTA MAYOR Vote for: 1 JUDY RITTER 6497 62.42% CODY CAMPBELL 3911 37.58%

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Fall Flowers in Vista

By   /  October 23, 2014  /  Local, News  /  No Comments

By Pat Murphy ….It’s that time of year in Vista. You know, the time of year when election signs pop up on street corners and parkways.  Like flowers in the spring they appear in clusters on every one  of Vista’s busy through fares. The signs are bouquets of requests from hopeful politicians huddled together in […]

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Vista Candidates Answer Questions “Part 2”

By   /  October 15, 2014  /  Local, News  /  3 Comments

The future of Vista is in the hands of the residents who vote on Tuesday, November 4th. Take time to listen and hear the candidates who want to lead us into that future. Last week hundreds of people viewed the video of the first 2 questions asked of the candidates. In todays video, all 7 candidates […]

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Candidates Speak Out

By   /  October 11, 2014  /  Local, News  /  1 Comment

   By Pat Murphy …..Where I used to live in the San Fernando Valley the voter turnout was dismal at best. Typically it ran between 10% and 12% of the registered voters. Vistans appear to be more engaged in their community affairs. Looking at the statistics (which as an Engineer I love to do), there […]

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