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The San Diego Union-Tribune: Ethics complaints highlight Hunter’s Italy trip

Duncan Hunter

A photo posted on Rep. Duncan Hunter’s Facebook page about the time his campaign paid expenses on his trip to Italy.

By Morgan Cook |
April 28, 2016 – 7 a.m.

  • CREW also has concerns about oral surgery, video games, other expenses

An ethics advocacy group has filed complaints with two federal oversight agencies, asking officials to investigate what the group describes as a pattern of questionable campaign spending by Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Alpine.

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Mike Hestrin

The DA is returning contributions from an auto repair business that’s been penalized for fraud.

Published: April 12, 2016 – Updated: 11:02 p.m.

Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin on Tuesday, April 12, said he would return donations made to his campaign by Certified Tire & Service Centers and its owner, Jeffrey Alan Darrow, after news surfaced of past penalties for defrauding customers that cost the company at least $750,000.

To read article by Jeff Horseman in The Press-Enterprise, click here.


Published: Oct. 16, 2015 – Updated: 2:37 p.m.

The latest congressional fundraising totals are rolling in. And not surprisingly, the incumbents are rolling in it.

To read post by Jeff Horseman in The P-E Political Empire Blog, click here.

The PE: CONGRESS: Inland delegation lacks seniority


Published: Jan. 4, 2015 – Updated: 6:39 p.m.

The Inland Southern California congressional delegation arrives in Washington this week with an overall lack of seniority and a number of members in a diminished minority party following historic Republican victories in November.

To read story by Jeff Horseman in The Press-Enterprise, click here.

The PE: POLITICS: Hunter ‘a lock,’ but challengers plan spirited attack

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Duncan Hunter (Frank Bellino/Staff Photographer)


May 07, 2014; 10:36 PM

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter is broadly expected to cruise to re-election in November, but that’s not keeping his two opponents from planning spirited, grassroots campaigns. James Kimber, a Democrat, and Mike Benoit, a Libertarian, are both working to end Hunter’s congressional career.

To read story by Elizabeth Held in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: FARM BILL: Five of seven Inland representatives vote no

Ken Calvert


January 29, 2014; 10:26 PM

Most of the Inland Empire’s congressional representatives voted against a compromise farm bill Wednesday, Jan. 29, with some objecting to food stamp cuts and others critical of what they saw as wasteful spending.

To read story by Jeff Horseman in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: SHUTDOWN: Calvert, Ruiz among Inland reps refusing salary

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October 03, 2013; 07:45 PM

At least four members of the Inland congressional delegation are refusing to be paid until the federal government shutdown ends.

To read stoy by Jeff Horseman in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: CONGRESS: Making the rounds during recess

Gary Miller

Gary Miller steps off the stage after speaking during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Colton Crossing on Wednesday, August 28, 2013. (Stan Lim/Staff Photographer)

August 30, 2013; 06:54 PM

For members of Inland Southern California’s congressional delegation, summer recess means time to tour businesses in their districts, meet with local elected officials and even journey to the border of war-torn Syria.

To read story by Imran Ghori, Jim Miller and Jeff Horseman in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: 2012 ELECTIONS: Calvert, Hunter appear strong in re-election bids


Published: 02 June 2012 07:26 PM

All is seemingly quiet in southwestern Riverside County this election season, with a pair of GOP incumbents expected to cruise through Tuesday’s primary on the way to a November general election where they would also be seen as strong favorites.

Perhaps the biggest question is who will oppose Reps. Ken Calvert and Duncan Hunter, who found themselves in favorable districts after the California Citizens Redistricting Commission drew new political lines last summer.

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