Jeff Stone's Opponent, Ken Dickson There are two Republicans running against Jeff Stone. One, Joel Anderson, has a few ethical problems stemming from creative juggling of campaign funds. The other, Kenneth Dickson, appears to have a clean reputation. As a Republican, he is supporting the usual issues associated with that party, including freedom of religious expression. Gold Base is within the Senate district Stone, Anderson and Dickson are competing for. Dickson's campaign site is here: Ken Dickson: Candidate for California State Senate 36th District (Riverside San Diego Counties) 2010 Elections However, there's no contact information. He does have a Facebook page where you can send him a message: Welcome to Facebook | Facebook Now is the time to get him up to speed on organized Scientology! If enough people write to him about their concerns regarding Scientology's religious cloaking that conceals human rights and other abuses, he might decide to look into it rather than simply adopt the "religion is good, m'kay" stance others have taken in the past. I think, given Joel Anderson's tainted reputation, Dickson is the best Republican candidate to beat Jeff Stone. I've pooned him with my concerns over Stone's special relationship with Scientology, the abuses at Gold Base, and the fact that officials there are doing nothing to protect the inmates of Gold. I mentioned Senator Nick Xenophon's speech, and ended with this: Let's make Scientology a campaign issue! The time is right, the media is interested, and people are beginning to wake up to the fraud and abuse. Surely a politician in Scientology's pocket should be exposed, reviled and rejected by voters.