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Brian P. Bilbray

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  • Democrats gain big in Legislature

    Democrats gain big in Legislature
    Democrats were within striking distance of a supermajority in the state Senate late Tuesday, and were drawing near in the Assembly as well, moving the party closer to unilateral power to raise taxes. The potential gains, a result of sweeping changes...
  • House Republicans retain their majority in the chamber

    House Republicans retain their majority in the chamber
    WASHINGTON — Republicans held on to their House majority in Tuesday's election, leaving Democrats well short of the net gain of 25 seats they needed to take control. "The American people have once again given the House of Representatives to...
  • Sherman-Berman race sets California spending record

    Sherman-Berman race sets California spending record
    To no surprise of San Fernando Valley voters who were inundated with campaign ads, robo calls and political mail, Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman set a record for spending by candidates in a California congressional race — shelling out more...
  • Three area Republican congressmen endorse Mitt Romney

     
    Mitt Romney is being backed by three Southern California congressmen. Reps. Jerry Lewis of Redlands, Ken Calvert of Corona and Brian Bilbray of Carlsbad have officially endorsed Mitt Romney....
  • 3 California Democrats to get extra help in congressional races

     
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has included three California congressional candidates in its "Red to Blue" program. Teacher Mark Takano of Riverside is among them....
  • House approves bill to allow religious symbols on war memorials

     
    The House on Tuesday approved a measure that seeks to permit religious symbols in war memorials, a response to a court ruling declaring unconstitutional a cross atop a San Diego war memorial....
  • Outcomes remain uncertain in some California primary contests

     
    Several California congressional and Assembly races remained too close to call. Local election officials are still counting some ballots....
  • Scott Peters eyes November contest in 52nd Congressional District

     
    Although 13,500 ballots remain to be counted in San Diego County, it isn’t looking good for Lori SaldaƱa, a former assemblywoman running in the 52nd Congressional District. She trails fellow Democrat Scott Peters by 737 votes in the contest to......
  • Two congressmen continue fight to save Mt. Soledad cross

     
    Fearing that the two-decade legal fight to save the cross atop Mt. Soledad is nearing an end, two San Diego congressmen have attached an amendment to the defense budget that would bar any federal funds from being used for "dismantling any portion" of...
  • Congressional Democrats target four California Republicans

     
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched an online ad attacking four California Republican House members for backing tax cuts for everybody, including the wealthy. The ad comes less than a week after the National Republican...
  • Congressional leaders stumping in California races

     
    Congressional leaders are in California this week to help raise money for candidates in hot congressional races. The state is seen as a key to which party will control the House of Representatives next year....