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OCRegister: SoCal has D.C.’s ‘workhorse,’ ‘showhorse’ for GOP

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GOP leaders Ed Royce and Darrell Issa handle Congress very differently.
BY CATHY TAYLOR / WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF
Published: July 6, 2014 Updated: July 7, 2014 7:22 a.m.

They couldn’t be more different: the stiletto who aims for targeted foreign policy legislation and the sledgehammer who pounds away at big domestic investigations.

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SacBee: California congressman files campaign papers with wrong district

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December 27, 2013

It’s been more than two years since California redrew its political map, but old district-numbering habits apparently still linger for Rep. Ed Royce.

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OCRegister: Royce, Issa top O.C. in fundraising among Congress members

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March 11th, 2013, 3:38 pm
Posted by MARTIN WISCKOL

Orange County is known as an ATM for political fundraisers – Mitt Romney came for the dough four times in 2012 – but the sums brought in by the county’s own Congress members are relatively middling.

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LATimes: Independent spending pours into California congressional races

Nearly $42 million has been spent, with more than half the money going to three districts. In some cases, the amount exceeds that raised by candidates.

By Jean Merl and Richard Simon, Los Angeles Times
October 26, 2012

But a little-known group called America Shining recently started spending money — more than $610,000 so far — to oppose Royce and help Chen, drawing attention to the race in ways the Chen campaign couldn’t afford. The outlay by the 3-month-old America Shining, whose only donor is Chen’s brother Shaw, is a fraction of the nearly $42 million in independent spending poured into unusually competitive California congressional races this year.

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DailyBulletin: Hundreds attend hearing on Chino Hills power lines

Representatives Gary Miller, R-Brea, left, and Ed Royce, R-Orange, listen to testimony on Saturday. (Khai Le/Correspondent)

 

Mike Cruz, Staff Writer
Created: 04/14/2012 07:30:41 PM PDT

CHINO HILLS – Hundreds of residents turned out to voice their concerns to lawmakers about property values and public safety at a congressional hearing Saturday on the controversial Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project, which involves erecting 200-foot electric towers in the city.

The transmission poles and towers are being installed in Southern California Edison’s right-of-way from Chino Hills’ western border near Tonner Canyon through the city and eventually going into Riverside County.

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Canan Tasci, Staff Writer
Created: 04/12/2012 08:29:50 PM PDT

CHINO HILLS – Two lawmakers are set to host a field congressional hearing Saturday to discuss the issue of installing 200-foot electric towers in the city.

The transmission poles and towers are being installed within Southern California Edison’s right-of-way from Chino Hills’ western border near Tonner Canyon, through the city and eventually going into Riverside County.

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The PE: ELECTION 2012: House races beginning to take shape

Redistricting and the state’s new primary system are shaking up Inland congressional election scenarios

BY BEN GOAD AND JIM MILLER
STAFF WRITERS
bgoad@pe.com | jmiller@pe.com

Published: 27 December 2011 09:10 PM

WASHINGTON — Days away from a pivotal election year, Inland Southern California’s congressional races are beginning to take shape.

The region is seen as a vital battleground between Republicans, who have long dominated traditionally conservative Riverside and San Bernardino counties, and Democrats, who want to pick up some of the 25seats they need to wrest control of the House from the GOP.

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Rep. Ed Royce, right, and Chino Hills Councilman Peter Rogers, left, listen to Chino Hills Mayor Art Bennett at a town all meeting with the residents of Chino Hills about the fight against the installation of new electrical towers Sunday in Chino Hills. (Thomas R. Cordova/Staff Photographer)

Canan Tasci, Staff Writer
Created: 12/04/2011 06:08:54 PM PST

CHINO HILLS – Rep. Ed Royce’s focus at a town hall meeting Sunday was how to get 19 power towers taken down throughout the city.

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