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Danville's mayor files papers to run for State Assembly

Original post made on Feb 12, 2013

Danville mayor Newell Arnerich filed papers Friday to run for the 16th State Assembly District as the second official candidate in the 2014 election.

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Posted by Julia
a resident of another community
on Feb 12, 2013 at 10:03 am

All you people are the all come from the same mold.

The reason I am running for public office is for the children....the children...always the children

You all think if you say I'm running for office to help the children the naive and gullible "we the people" will vote you into office....Well, you are correct...the naive and gullible will do just that.

And by the way Mr. Mayor the last three paragraphs of this article regarding you and what you plan to do is a laugh.

You have as much of a chance of changing anything in California as a Canary would have battling an Eagle.

Good Luck...No matter how wins, we the people lose. You are no better or worse than the other two that are running against you.

All of you just want to continue your public employment and suck money from we the people.

Julia Pardina from Alamo

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Posted by June
a resident of Alisal Elementary School
on Feb 12, 2013 at 6:30 pm

I need specific examples as to the innovative solutions. Making education accessible to everyone is to be admired, but sadly there are alot of very very important issues facing our State which must be addressed. Such as infrastructure, promoting and retaining businesses, creating jobs, housing, transportation, and so forth. As much as people support education, I think many taxpayers have been educated in these tougher economics times to now understand there are unfunded pensions killing the State coffers and hugh administrative costs.