As political campaigns throughout the nation race down the final stretch before the Nov. 3 election, a candidate for a San Benito County Supervisor’s seat has accused his rival of violations of the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission guidelines.
Campaign fundraising by local candidates is down to the final stretch as the Nov. 3 election for two San Benito County Supervisors’ seats, two Hollister City Council seats, the mayor’s office and other local races quickly approaches.
Your idea that “the government” somehow coddles us is absurd given the facts of how the current administration has allowed "the greatest nation on earth" to have the worst death toll of any—210,000 as of this week, in case you missed it.
Wayne Norton has served San Benito County in various public and private roles for 35 years. The Aromas Water District Director said his breadth of experience has prepared him to be the County’s next District 2 Supervisor.