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RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Wherever Stone may R.O.A.M.

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  1. Anonymous Member

    COMMENTS ARE OPEN, LETS SEND JEFF SOME THETA


    August 22, 2013 by Jeff Horseman
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    Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone wants to take county government on a trip to places he hopes will send him to Sacramento.
    On Tuesday, Aug. 20, he offered a plan to have the Board of Supervisors meet once a quarter outside of its usual location in downtown Riverside. Always fond of acronyms, Stone named his plan Riverside County Offers Accessible Meetings or R.O.A.M.
    He suggested the board could meet in the Coachella Valley, Palo Verde Valley, southwest county and the Pass. Except for the Pass, those areas fall in the future boundaries of California’s 28th Senate District, an office Stone plans to run for in 2014.
    Reached via email, Stone denied any link between R.O.A.M. and his political ambitions.
    “This idea has been talked about for a long time,” he wrote. “Certainly the idea was bantered around prior to my senate candidacy. I have been attending (Coachella Valley Association of Governments) meetings for a few years way before the senate boundaries were (identified). Nexus to my campaign? None!”
    He added he would be fine with the road trip starting after next June’s primary or the November general election and that he’d be open to having residents participate in board meetings through teleconferencing.
    On Tuesday, Stone argued that having board meetings around the county would give residents in far-flung areas a better chance of seeing their elected representatives in person.
    “We can be more transparent and visit communities that we talk about every week on our agendas and many of us may have never seen some of these areas we’re voting on except for two-dimensional pictures,” he said.
    But Supervisor John Tavaglione questioned the cost and timing of remote meetings.
    “Whether it’s perceived or not, it may look in the eyes of some that we’re on an election roadshow, a quarterly roadshow to get our faces out there in various parts of the county and I just don’t think that’s appropriate,” he added.
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    John Tavaglione
    Tavaglione and supervisors John Benoit and Marion Ashley are up for re-election in 2014.
    Stone insisted his plan had nothing to do with politics.
    “I think this board has spent money in other areas that will pale in comparison to what it would cost for further transparency,” he said.
    The board eventually chose to move ahead with Benoit’s plan to meet Oct. 1 in Palm Desert. Supervisors will look at how much that meeting costs before deciding whether to hold more meetings away from Riverside.
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    Supervisor Jeff Stone to enter local state Senate race

    http://voices.mydesert.com/2013/07/25/supervisor-jeff-stone-to-enter-local-state-senate-race/
    July 25th, 2013 | by Erica Felci | fbCommentCount.png 0 Comments

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    Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone has told the two 28th state Senate candidates that he too will jump into the local race.
    Former Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia of Palm Desert and Indio Councilman Glenn Miller confirmed to The Desert Sun today that Stone shared his political intentions in separate conversations.
    Stone, a pharmacist and former Temecula councilman, has served on the Board of Supervisors since 2004. His current term runs through 2016.
    A political aide to Stone did not confirm or deny the news in a conversation with The Desert Sun, but said the supervisor would release a statement on the issue later today.
    The Secretary of State’s website does not indicate that he’s launched a fundraising committee yet.
    Stone’s foray into the 28th Senate campaign will set up a three-way Republican showdown for a district that spans both ends of Riverside County. Because of California’s top-two primary system, the top two vote getters will move onto the November ballot, regardless of political affiliation.
    Stone — a conservative who isn’t shy about criticizing Sacramento lawmakers — ran for state Senate in 2010 for a district that included parts of Riverside and San Diego counties. He lost in the primary.
    Earlier this year, he considered running for Congress.
    In 2011, Stone unveiled an out-of-the-box proposal to split California into two states, with Riverside and 12 other counties becoming the state of South California.
    The idea was immediately dismissed by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown’s office, but created plenty of talk around the water cooler.
    “California was once the world’s fourth largest economy and now struggles to hold on to eighth place,” Stone said at the time. “Our taxes are too high, our schools don’t educate our children well enough, unions and other special interests have more clout in the Legislature than the general public. It has to change.”
    Next year’s election marks the first time voters will select someone to serve in the new 28th Senate seat, which was created after the post-Census redistricting.
    The district favors Republicans in terms of voter registration. It encompasses the Coachella Valley and eastern Riverside County, then stretches west to include Wildomar, Murrieta and Temecula.
    Both Miller and Garcia have spent months campaigning for the seat, including securing endorsements and funds.
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  7. RightOn Member

    he's just trying to spread the love further his agenda
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  8. South California will be Scientologyworld ?

    Summoning Mnql1 !

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  9. Anonymous Member

    There is a really good building for a Supervisor's meeting in Hemet.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    I love this guy- straight reporting and he doesn't fawn or flatter
    Jeff Horseman
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  11. http://www.pe.com/articles/stone-695659-garcia-district.html
    ELECTION: Stone leads in tight 28th state Senate District

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    Republican Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone held an early lead in the race for the 28th state Senate District contest on Wednesday.
    Republicans Glenn Miller and Bonnie Garcia and Democrat Philip Drucker were closely bunched behind Stone, according to results released by the Riverside County registrar of voters.
    By early Wednesday, 100 percent of voting precincts had been counted, but about 39,700 mail-in, provisional and damaged ballots still needed to be processed.
    “I’m cautiously optimistic,” Stone said late Tuesday. “But I think there are still a lot of votes to be counted. I hope the trends go our way.”
    The race to represent the district, which includes southwest Riverside County and the Coachella Valley, has been one of the Inland area’s nastiest.
    Stone and Garcia, a former assemblywoman, traded barbs throughout the campaign and accused each other of bullying and unethical behavior.
    The district is heavily Republican, but Democratic voters could help determine the winner. Miller has touted his ability to work with Democrats and has garnered support from some Democrats, who view him as more moderate than Garcia and Stone and believe that a Democrat has little chance of winning in November.
    The top two vote-getters, regardless of party, will advance to the November general election.
    Stone said that if he and Drucker make it to the general election “it certainly makes the race look more attractive,” but he said that regardless of the results, he would work to unite Republicans.
    Drucker said he wasn’t surprised by how he was faring in the election, because three strong Republican candidates were splitting the vote among each other.
    Drucker said if he makes it into the general election, “I would hope we could take the campaign beyond Democrat and Republican.”
    Bill Carns, a businessman, is the other Republican running and Anna Nevenic, a nurse, is the other Democrat.
    Garcia and Stone have largely focused on attacking each other.
    Another intra-party battle, among four Democrats, is in the strongly Democratic 20th Senate district, which stretches from Colton and western San Bernardino to Pomona.
    The sole Republican candidate, Matthew Munson, a retail clerk, was ahead in early returns.
    Incumbent Sen. Norma Torres, D-Pomona, is running for Congress.
    Two of the four Democratic candidates -- Connie Leyva, a labor union leader and Shannon O’Brien, a Fontana Unified School District Board member -- were running behind Munson for the second slot in the November election.
    Alfonso Sanchez, chief of staff for Rep. Gloria Negrete McLeod, who is giving up her congressional seat to run for San Bernardino County supervisor, and Grand Terrace Councilwoman Sylvia Robles rounded out the Democratic field.
    Contact the writer: 951-368-9462 or dolson@pe.com
  12. You just slack of for a while hearing next to nothing and the cancer grows back:

    http://blog.pe.com/political-empire/2014/06/17/election-2014-how-paul-chabot-and-jeff-stone-won/
    ELECTION 2014: How Paul Chabot and Jeff Stone won

    June 17, 2014 by Jeff Horseman
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  13. RightOn Member

    they forgot cult "pal" in his bio
    anyone check campaign contributions?
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  14. Ogsonofgroo Member

    I feel sad for the conned-stituants , I can smell the corruption already, from a diff country evunnnnnn.

    *pukes*
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  16. RightOn Member

    Didn't check all the names out.
    But Nancy Cartwright? could it be Bart Simpson?
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  17. RightOn Member

    Checked out the names
    There are a few Yoos and Minors in completions, but different first names
    There is also a Richard Lewis and a Bill Johnson, but those are kinda common names. But it could be them!
    Also a Hepler with different first name.
    Also a Elizabeth Lippert and other Lipperts (but not Melissa)
    And we don't know if that is the actual Nancy Cartwright, but I think it is.

    Confirmed Clams!
    Elizabeth Baybak is a HUGE clam
    FAUSTOS BAIL BONDS - now where have I heard this name before? Something to do with Anon Orange when he was at court or something? Aren't the Faustos clams or cult sympathizers? There are an awful lot of them in completions
    MONTELEONE MEADOWS- clams
    Kenneth Gerbino- clam
    George Duggan- clam

    Seems "clammy" enough and cult backed for me. Cowinky dink that there are clams contributing to Stone's campaign? NAH! That would be out exchange and against Source.
    Didn't run the owners of the companies yet. I know there are more clams behind Stone.
    I will let someone else do that.
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  18. RightOn Member

    bump for justice
    hey Tony O! need an article "Why Do Scientologists Love Jeff Stone?"
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  19. tippytoe Member

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  20. RightOn Member

    ^ no shit
    mind boggling
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    A 51st state?

    Riverside County supervisor includes Kings County in proposed ‘South California’

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  22. mnql1 Member

    At the July 15, 2014 meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, Julie Waltz again urged the Board to repeal Ordinance 884.

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  23. Julie - What guts! putting Stone to shame!
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  24. For the love of god can someone please create a meme of the "you're nasty" part?
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  25. MOOG Member

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  26. JohnnyRUClear Member

    OK, I'm jumping in here just because her comments and the interchange with Stone(?) (off-camera) seemed to indicate that her objection here is that countywide 884 is not needed since other statutes/ordinances/whatever are in place, but are they outside of cities or only within cities?

    Just wondering. It seems like a simple mistake, if it is one. If it isn't a mistake, then I just misunderstood the situation.
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  27. You're pretty

    Edit:must not fap and stay on target:

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  28. She's referring to previously allowed protests in front of a sex offender's residence that happened in Riverside County (before DingleStone enacted the clam ordinance). These types of protests happen frequently in surrounding areas and are often well attended. Simi Valley and Orange County had recent protests.

    She also questioned the ordinance related to its jurisdiction in unincorporated areas of Riverside County. The response from DingleProne was not clear and mentioned that there are both unincorporated and incorporated areas of Hemet to which the incorporated areas have their own ordinance.
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  29. Also, she is referring to some protests (that Stone supported!) that occurred in Stone's district in Murrieta over illegal immigration issues:

    http://www.pe.com/articles/murrieta-697403-city-protesters.html

    These protests occurred in a suburban area -- which is exactly what 884 restricts. Stone attempted a diversion maneuver when he brought up the incorporated/unincorporated matter. Ordinance 884 includes absolutely zero language concerning incorporated/unincorporated areas, it's all about protest location in relation to private property lines:

    http://www.rivcocob.org/ords/800/884.pdf
  30. JohnnyRUClear Member

    I stopped caring after your first 2 sentences, but thanks.
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  31. I care
  32. http://www.desertsun.com/story/news...john-benoit-campaign-loan-repayment/13234453/

    Erica Felci, The Desert Sun 9:55 p.m. PDT July 26, 2014

    Voicing an opinion
    Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone, who is campaigning for the local state Senate seat, is hoping to get his county colleagues to back his views on a statewide initiative.
    The Temecula Republican wants the county to formally oppose Proposition 47, the “Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act” that would reclassify some nonviolent crimes from felonies to misdemeanors and make some prisoners eligible for re-sentencing.
    Supporters say the shift would ease prison overcrowding and allow more funding to help education.
    But Stone in a statement called it an “invitation for disaster” and “an attempt to weaken and further render impotent the state’s criminal justice system.”
    Supervisors will weigh in on the proposal during Tuesday’s board meeting.

    Picture from Article: FUCKING LOL

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  33. http://bonniegarcia.org/riverside-county-jury-exposes-supervisor-jeff-stones-slush-fund-scheme/

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  34. http://stonewatchdog.blogspot.nl/

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  35. JohnnyRUClear Member

    He's got a great EFG/chin strap thing going on there.
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