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  • When Will Glendora USD Re-Open In-Person Learning?

    When Will Glendora USD Re-Open In-Person Learning?

    In order to re-open Glendora USD schools, a waiver must be received from Los Angeles County. Governor Newsom and LA County Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer have developed an extensive list of requirements that school districts must reach before consideration will be given to allowing in-person education to …
  • Trump and Biden Policy Stances (reposted article)

    Trump and Biden Policy Stances (reposted article)

    This is an important election, more than most. Trump and Biden propose taking America on two very different paths. I’m reposting an article here that outlines their respective policies and platforms in a comprehensive and non-partisan way. I’ve reviewed many of the different comparisons that are available and this one …
  • Judges, LA County District Attorney and Propositions Galore!

    Judges, LA County District Attorney and Propositions Galore!

    There’s no denying this year’s ballot is overwhelming. I urge everyone to take a deep breath, dig in, and get knowledgeable about the choices. Most of all, I encourage you to VOTE!!! I’ve recently received numerous requests for voting recommendations. It appears that most people are informed about the candidates …
  • How the November 2020 Election is Different and How To Ensure Your Vote Counts

    How the November 2020 Election is Different and How To Ensure Your Vote Counts

    In California, voting for the Nov. 3rd Presidential Election will be different from other elections in several ways. This year, a ballot will be mailed to every registered voter in the State of California. Previously, they were only sent to individuals who specifically requested mail-in ballots. Voters will still have …
  • Will Governor Brown put his signature behind Hertzberg’s SB231?

    Will Governor Brown put his signature behind Hertzberg’s SB231?

    Protect your voting rights now and contact Governor Brown’s office to request that he vetoes SB 231. On Thursday, Aug. 31 2017, prior to Labor Day weekend, CA State Senator Bob Hertzberg received the dubious victory of watching his property tax legislation, SB 231, narrowly squeak through the State Assembly by one vote. It’s been a long road for SB …
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Judy M. Nelson

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Glendora resident and retired City Council Member 2011-2020

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