We’re pleased to bring you the exciting conclusion to our night out talking to the moviegoers at Regal Cinemas. Get out there, Simi Valley! Read the paper, attend council meetings or watch them online and get to know these issues. And by all means, vote on November 4th!
No doubt, much of the reason my site has actual traffic statistics is due to the support I’ve received from Brian Dennert. If you haven’t already made his blog a daily read (and if you’re here, you probably already have) then by all means, check him out.
He’s now a permanent fixture on my sidebar links! Thanks Brian!
We continue our Simi Valley interviews at the Regal Cinemas to ask more questions about local politics and the current hot issues of the Simi Valley Community.
I owe a huge “thank you” to all of the willing participants last night. We got some great footage, some of which is only about an hour away from being published. A tip of the hat to my volunteer crew, Jeremy on camera and Nina in front of the camera!
I’m assembling an RSS feed right now so we can have these videos available as a video podcast in addition to their online home at YouTube and MySpaceTV. Stand by for more information…
I’ve managed to convince a couple of friends to assist me today with on camera interviews. I’m quite excited about it. I’m very eager to get a feel for what Simi Valley knows, doesn’t know, cares about or doesn’t care about in regards to local politics. I’d like to get an understanding of how effective our local government is in communicating with citizens and how effective their campaigns are during election periods.
If you’ve got something to say, join us in the Regal Cinemas Shopping Center at about 6:30pm today. Look for three curious looking individuals with microphones and cameras. We’re looking forward to meeting you! If we get you on camera, be sure to check out the final product on our YouTube channel which is available by clicking the YouTube logo above!
State Senate candidate opens campaign office in Simi
Former Assemblymember Hannah-Beth Jackson has opened a campaign office at 196003 Sequoia Ave., Simi Valley. The office will serve as home base for Jackson’s volunteers in Simi Valley.
Incumbent says he will continue push for more vocational programs. Collins wants to see more cooperation with adult school.
The leading vote-getter in Simi Valley Unified school board’s 2004 election is back in the 2008 race. Simi Valley Unified board president Rob Collins, 65, hopes his experience and deep roots in the education community will catapult him to another four-year term on Nov. 4.