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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Swalwell Boasts Campaign Contributions Four Times Larger Than Corbett

State Sen. Ellen Corbett, Rep. Eric Swalwell
CONGRESS//15TH DISTRICT//CAMPAIGN FINANCE | Less than nine months until the June 2014 primary, freshman Rep. Eric Swalwell possesses a campaign war chest four times larger than fellow Democrat State Sen. Ellen Corbett, his likely opponent for the 15th Congressional District.

Swalwell built upon a strong fundraising performance from earlier this year, according to the campaign finance reports released Wednesday, with $279,428 in contributions. Through the current election cycle, Swalwell has raised $807,936. As of Sept. 30, the campaign maintains $614,262 cash-on-hand after $69,598 in expenditures. Swawell has spent $223,520 total for his re-election during this cycle, according to the report.

One-third of the Swalwell’s contributions, however, came from political action committees in the the defense, pharmaceutical, and medical industries. Overall, 40 percent of Swalwell’s contributions have come from special interests groups.

Among the political class, Swalwell received donations this election cycle from campaign committees associated with Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) ($4,000); Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) ($2,000) and Francisco Zermeno for Hayward Mayor ($500).

In addition, former Assemblymember John Dutra, Sr. contributed $2,500 to Swalwell’s campaign; his son, former Fremont Council candidate John Dutra, Jr. ($2,700); former Alameda County Sheriff Tom Orloff ($1,500); former Assemblymember Fiona Ma ($250); former state controller Steve Westly ($2,000) and former Hayward school boardmember Jesus Armas ($500).

Corbett, however, has continued a somewhat languid pace in attracting campaign finance, raising $36,502 during the period ending Sept. 30, according to finance reports. During this election cycle, Corbett has raised $240,512 in campaign contributions. After spending just $9,268 during the past filing period, Corbett reports $143,417 cash-in-hand, according to finance reports.

Much of Corbett’s fundraising draws upon her strong contacts in San Leandro where she was once mayor and the State Senate. Campaign committees for State Sens. Darrell Steinberg and Mark Leno both gave $1,000 during the last reporting period. The re-election committee of Swalwell’s past opponent, Pete Stark, also donated $2,000 toward the defeat of his young rival. Union City Mayor Carol Vernaci contributed $350, according the finance report.

Patrick Kennedy, the founder of innovative San Leandro data processing company, OsiSoft, along with his wife, contributed a total of $10,000 to Corbett’s campaign. Among other notable contributors is San Leandro businessman Anthony Batarse ($2,300); Attorney and current San Leandro Zoning and Adjustments Commissioner Philip Daly ($1,200) and Alameda County labor leader Josie Camacho ($500).

177 comments:

  1. Since $161,000 of corbetts money was raised at the end of 2011 (before last election), doesn't that mean she has only raised$80K in "this election cycle"? Or does it not work that way?

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  2. With all that PAC money, can we safely assume Swalwell is now the establishment candidate?

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  3. Common sense. Why throw away $$ on an old, term-limited gal who has nothing to offer and nowhere to go. She'll end up doing lobbying in Sacramento. That's her future. G-d forbid she actually practice law for a living!

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  4. My family will be voting for Ellen Corbett because we don't trust Eric to keep his word on anything. As this and other articles point out, he says one thing and does another. Stand for something will you. Mean what you say, and say what you mean Swalwell. What a wishy washy congressman! Also, quit taking money from big Pharma and shafting us little people.

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  5. 5:09- where does this article point out " he says one thing and does another"?

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  6. I agree. Obviously 5:09 is this Space Ho, who is a Corbett plant and would throw Swalwell a lead balloon if he were drowning. What a ho.

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  7. In the 2012 election, Eric Swalwell repeatedly criticized Pete Stark for taking money from PACs and hammered home points about finance reform again and again.
    What a goddamn disgusting liar. He is everything that is wrong with politics.

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  8. Also, Ellen has $250k in her Senate account, which will help to level the playing field a little bit.

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  9. If you live in the district vote for whoever you want. I'll be voting for Ellen because Swalwell only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and himself. He's about everything that is wrong in politics. He's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting man will be a one term congressman.

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  10. My family will be voting for Ellen Corbett because we don't trust Eric to keep his word on anything. As this and other articles point out, he says one thing and does another. Stand for something will you. Mean what you say, and say what you mean Swalwell. What a wishy washy congressman! Also, quit taking money from big Pharma and shafting us little people.

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  11. Because of the tone of the Swalwell supporter anon 6:14 (sexist remarks), I will be voting for Ellen Corbett if she runs. I voted for Eric against Stark but realize that was a mistake. I think we need more women in Congress and Ellen is more than qualified.

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  12. If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

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  13. Dutra's still trying to beat Corbett ... you all remember when Daddy Dutra tried to buy the state senate seat? He spent millions on fancy tv ads, signs that literally peppered the area, and hired a bunch of kids with no real allegiance to him or his policies. Well how did that turn out?

    Swalwell as a sitting Congressman will outraise Corbett. But hope he doesn't underestimate her. She has shown to be able to beat big money before.

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  14. She's toast. But thanks. We'll make sure.

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  15. If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  16. Agree with 12:53, disagree with 8:50 and 11:44. There are Swalwell staffers that post on the Citizen quite often.

    When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

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  17. If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  18. The above post proves my point--thank you Swalwell staffer.
    I invite everyone to read the above article by Tavares and judge for themselves who has taken money from more special interests.

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  19. Corbett staffer, give it a rest. Your propaganda is way over the top.

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  20. I'm pretty sure Senator Corbett can't use her state money in a federal election. Does anyone know for sure? It would seem she is really behind in fundraising.

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  21. Agree. If you check the Citizen article "Swalwell Campaign Contributions" dated Oct. 16th you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  22. Anon 2:34 ----When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post. Just because you are a Swalwell staffer, don't think I am. I do live in the District and will vote for Corbett, not just because of this article by the Citizen, but because all the articles that show Swalwell to be corrupt and in the control of big corporations.

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  23. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  24. If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  25. Because of the tone of the Corbett staffer anon 3:46 et. al. (derogatory and sexist remarks), I will be voting for Eric Swalwell for re-election. I voted for Stark last time but realize that was a mistake. I think we need more honest folks in Congress and Eric is more than qualified. I'm not a gender ho. The best PERSON is whom I am supporting!

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  26. Well what do you know? It's the Corbett HO, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one because there's only one). Remember the name Ellen "I'm a union-whore" Corbett if you want to vote for the developers drenched and pounded pussy or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Ellen has authored no significant legislation in Sacramento, I'll take Eric Swalwell who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  27. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?

    Answer----Every e-mail they post!

    Just read the last 3 posts! LMAO

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  28. Agree. If you check the Citizen article "Swalwell Campaign Contributions" dated Oct. 16th you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  29. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  30. What a joke Swalwell is! Vote anyone but Swalwell in 2014. LOL

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  31. Flip-Flop, Flip-Flop, Flip-Flop. Swalwell stands for nothing! Flip-Flop, Flip-Flop, Flip-Flop. Ellen Corbett in 2014. Even if I don't agree with everything she does. I voted for Eric, but he has been a major disappointment and doesn't deserve a second term.

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  32. I know many of us voted for Swallwell against Stark, but will vote for Ellen because she has more experience and is a much nicer person than either of the above. She also doesn't flip flop on issues.

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  33. If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  34. Because of the tone of the Corbett staffer anon 3:46 et. al. (derogatory and sexist remarks), I will be voting for Eric Swalwell for re-election. I voted for Stark last time but realize that was a mistake. I think we need more honest folks in Congress and Eric is more than qualified. I'm not a gender ho. The best PERSON is whom I am supporting!

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  35. Last 2 posts were by a Swalwell staffer who consistently makes sexist comments.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  36. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

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  37. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  38. My family will be voting for Ellen Corbett because we don't trust Eric to keep his word on anything. As this and other articles point out, he says one thing and does another. Stand for something will you. Mean what you say, and say what you mean Swalwell. What a wishy washy congressman! Also, quit taking money from big Pharma and shafting us little people.

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  39. The 2 posts8:41 and 8:42 were once again from a Swalwell staffer who
    constantly blogs pro-Swalwell comments on the citizen when
    his boss is criticized and makes sexist name calling a habit.
    Stop wasting our tax-payer money! I do live in the District and
    I doubt you do.

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  40. You are assuming I'm a Corbett staffer, which I'm not.
    I know you don't believe that because you are a Swalwell
    staffer. I am a supporter of Ellen though and live in the
    district. Keep up your racist and sexist talk because it will only
    help Ellen get elected. I can't help it if your candidate can't get
    anything done while my candidate is getting bills passed and
    signed on environmental, senior, children,women,consumer,
    privacy and education. It must gall you that your candidate
    flip-flops on issues so much he can't get any respect. LOL

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  41. Because of the tone of the Corbett staffer anon 3:46 et. al. (derogatory and sexist remarks), I will be voting for Eric Swalwell for re-election. I voted for Stark last time but realize that was a mistake. I think we need more honest folks in Congress and Eric is more than qualified. I'm not a gender ho. The best PERSON is whom I am supporting!

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  42. The Space HO is back from her BART ride.

    She was trying to tell folks that Whorbett is somebody other than a termed-out, big-money politician who will be going to Sac. town to whore for developers and big pharma.

    No can do, Space HO, you can't lie to us!

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  43. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  44. After reading these comments I've concluded if you're looking for meaningful discussion about the two candidates then you're not going to find them anywhere on this site.

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  45. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  46. You are assuming I'm a Corbett staffer, which I'm not.
    I know you don't believe that because you are a Swalwell
    staffer. I am a supporter of Ellen though and live in the
    district. Keep up your racist and sexist talk because it will only
    help Ellen get elected. I can't help it if your candidate can't get
    anything done while my candidate is getting bills passed and
    signed on environmental, senior, children,women,consumer,
    privacy and education. It must gall you that your candidate
    flip-flops on issues so much he can't get any respect. LOL

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  47. If you check the Citizen article "Swalwell Campaign Contributions" dated Oct. 16th you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  48. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  49. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  50. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  51. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  52. To anon: 11:17---After reading your comments I've concluded you're not looking for meaningful discussion. This is for you.

    Oh look, it's the Hayward anti-union, sexist, racist, pro-swalwell, extremist tea party troll trying to be meaningful outside his mental ward again. No one cares what you think--LMAO

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  53. Courtesy of the email post office: Return to sender--Space HO:

    Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  54. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  55. To anon: 6:44---After reading your comments I've concluded you're not looking for meaningful discussion. This is for you.

    Oh look, it's the Hayward anti-union, sexist, racist, pro-swalwell, extremist tea party troll trying to be meaningful outside his mental ward again. No one cares what you think--LMAO

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  56. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  57. Corbett has been bought and paid for by big unions.

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  58. Courtesy of the email post office: Return to sender--Space HO:

    Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  59. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  60. To anon:9:05 and 11:52---After reading your comments I've concluded you're not looking for meaningful discussion. This is for you.

    Oh look, it's the Hayward anti-union, sexist, racist, pro-swalwell, extremist tea party troll trying to be meaningful outside his mental ward again. No one cares what you think--LMAO

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  61. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  62. I just read Tavares's article and it definitely said Swalwell took significant contributions from the medical, defense, pharmaceutical and other special interests. This means we taxpayers get screwed again. I'm personally tired of paying 5 times what they pay in Canada for the same drugs, more than any other industrialized nation for my health care, and more than all the nations of the world put together for our military industrial corporations. Taking money from these a--holes is B.S. and leads to corruption of our government congressional representatives. I'm voting against Swalwell, and if our next Representative does the same, I'll vote against them too.

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  63. Courtesy of the email post office: Return to sender--Space HO:

    Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  64. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail he posts.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  65. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  66. If you live in the district vote for whoever you want. I'll be voting for Ellen because Swalwell only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and himself. He's about everything that is wrong in politics. He's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting man will be a one term congressman.

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  67. I agree with the 11:40 post and like Corbett better. Hope she decides to run?

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  68. Ted Corbett here, Ellen's ex.

    I could tell you some stuff about her that would make you shiver. I'll definitely be supporting Eric in the race. Ellen and I are still friends, but she just doesn't have enough experience. She'll become a lobbyist.

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  69. Yeah sure! Corbett's ex! You mean the guy who bailed on a talented, ambitious future lawmaker when she wanted to be mayor? Great guy. I guess he was wrong since she spent the 20 years in public office.

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  70. It was a mutual split. We each went our own way.

    You don't get to judge!

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  71. The Swalwell stooge is now pretending to be Corbett's ex. What a laugh. 2:39, 2:41, 4:46 are one and the same, although the troll did get the satisfaction of fooling one person. His style gives him away. LOL

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  72. If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

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  73. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

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  74. If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    ReplyDelete
  75. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  76. In the 2012 election, Eric Swalwell repeatedly criticized Pete Stark for taking money from PACs and hammered home points about finance reform again and again.
    What a goddamn disgusting liar. He is everything that is wrong with politics.

    ReplyDelete
  77. Like Obam, Biden, and every other politician, he's 'evolved.'

    Get used to it. He will be our congressman for many, many more years. We are lucky to have him. If you don't care for him move away.

    ReplyDelete
  78. If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    ReplyDelete
  79. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  80. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  81. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  82. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  83. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  84. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  85. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  86. Space Ho finally got off the john. We were hoping she fell in and went with the flush. There's always next time.


    Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.


    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  87. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  88. Maybe if some of these "people" came out from behind their anonymous masks, they might be more influencial.

    ReplyDelete
  89. The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  90. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  91. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  92. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  93. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  94. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  95. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  96. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  97. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  98. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  99. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  100. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  101. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

    ReplyDelete
  102. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    ReplyDelete
  103. The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  104. This Adele Kanickerbocker, I'm the mother of Dorcas Wentzel, the one they call Space Ho. I just want to apologize to everyone on behalf of my adopted daughter. She has been nothing but one disappointment after another to her father and me. Thank the good Lord she didn't come from my womb. Hell, I would take two bits to be shed of that miserable bitch. She aint never had a man before. All she does is live in the basement of our Berkeley house and stay glued to that computer. I am 89 years old. She is 67. What a tragedy for a mother to have a messed up bitch like that for an adopted daughter. Hurts me terribly to write all this, but Dorcas is just nothing but useless. I have had to call congressman MR. Swalwells office to apologize for her. They know she needs to go back to Napa but I can't get that poor pathetic old bitch up there without the restraints. Dorcas can't do nothing in that election. She hates on congressman Mr. Swalwell since he's a man and she prefers women, in the bed to. Please forgive this old mother having to clean up the pile of shit that her pathetic old adopted daughter causes. My man and I are hoping that she passes from the earth fast. She is a real abomination. Tears at mothers apron strings to have a fat ass bitch for an adopted daughter.

    ReplyDelete
  105. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    p.p.s. I do live in the District, but I bet you wish I didn't.

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  106. Because of the tone of the Swalwell supporter (sexist remarks),
    I will be voting for Ellen Corbett if she runs. I voted for Eric
    against Stark but realize that was a mistake. I think we need
    more women in Congress and Ellen is more than qualified.

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  107. If you live in the district vote for whoever you want. I'll be voting for Ellen because Swalwell only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and himself. He's about everything that is wrong in politics. He's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting man will be a one term congressman.

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  108. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  109. Anon 4:33---trying to change the subject again? The article is about Swalwell getting bought off by mega corporations like big pharma--try and stick to the topic if you can.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen's articles you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all. Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    p.p.s. I hope he gets the help he needs. Very sad.

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  110. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

    ReplyDelete
  111. What a joke Swalwell is! Vote anyone but Swalwell in 2014. LOL

    ReplyDelete
  112. The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

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  113. This Adele Kanickerbocker, I'm the mother of Dorcas Wentzel, the one they call Space Ho. I just want to apologize to everyone on behalf of my adopted daughter. She has been nothing but one disappointment after another to her father and me. Thank the good Lord she didn't come from my womb. Hell, I would take two bits to be shed of that miserable bitch. She aint never had a man before. All she does is live in the basement of our Berkeley house and stay glued to that computer. I am 89 years old. She is 67. What a tragedy for a mother to have a messed up bitch like that for an adopted daughter. Hurts me terribly to write all this, but Dorcas is just nothing but useless. I have had to call congressman MR. Swalwells office to apologize for her. They know she needs to go back to Napa but I can't get that poor pathetic old bitch up there without the restraints. Dorcas can't do nothing in that election. She hates on congressman Mr. Swalwell since he's a man and she prefers women, in the bed to. Please forgive this old mother having to clean up the pile of shit that her pathetic old adopted daughter causes. My man and I are hoping that she passes from the earth fast. She is a real abomination. Tears at mothers apron strings to have a fat ass bitch for an adopted daughter.

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  114. Swalwell Troll you are like a child. LOL

    ReplyDelete
  115. 2 can play the same game, but it's a silly game. LMAO

    ReplyDelete
  116. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  117. Because of the tone of the Swalwell supporter (sexist remarks),
    I will be voting for Ellen Corbett if she runs. I voted for Eric
    against Stark but realize that was a mistake. I think we need
    more women in Congress and Ellen is more than qualified.

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  118. If you live in the district vote for whoever you want. I'll be voting for Ellen because Swalwell only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and himself. He's about everything that is wrong in politics. He's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting man will be a one term congressman.

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  119. Hidy ho--return of the Space HO!

    If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  120. The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  121. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    ReplyDelete
  122. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail they post.

    ReplyDelete
  123. If you check the Citizen's articles you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    ReplyDelete
  124. If you live in the district vote for whoever you want. I'll be voting for Ellen because Swalwell only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and himself. He's about everything that is wrong in politics. He's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting man will be a one term congressman.

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  125. Hear! Hear!

    Aqui! Aqui!

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  126. Will always be here to fuck you up, Dorcas--Space HO!




    The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  127. This Adele Kanickerbocker, I'm the mother of Dorcas Wentzel, the one they call Space Ho. I just want to apologize to everyone on behalf of my adopted daughter. She has been nothing but one disappointment after another to her father and me. Thank the good Lord she didn't come from my womb. Hell, I would take two bits to be shed of that miserable bitch. She aint never had a man before. All she does is live in the basement of our Berkeley house and stay glued to that computer. I am 89 years old. She is 67. What a tragedy for a mother to have a messed up bitch like that for an adopted daughter. Hurts me terribly to write all this, but Dorcas is just nothing but useless. I have had to call congressman MR. Swalwells office to apologize for her. They know she needs to go back to Napa but I can't get that poor pathetic old bitch up there without the restraints. Dorcas can't do nothing in that election. She hates on congressman Mr. Swalwell since he's a man and she prefers women, in the bed to. Please forgive this old mother having to clean up the pile of shit that her pathetic old adopted daughter causes. My man and I are hoping that she passes from the earth fast. She is a real abomination. Tears at mothers apron strings to have a fat ass bitch for an adopted daughter.

    ReplyDelete
  128. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    ReplyDelete
  129. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    p.p.s. I do live in the District, but I bet you wish I didn't.

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  130. Will always be here to fuck you up, Dorcas--Space HO!




    The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  131. This Adele Kanickerbocker, I'm the mother of Dorcas Wentzel, the one they call Space Ho. I just want to apologize to everyone on behalf of my adopted daughter. She has been nothing but one disappointment after another to her father and me. Thank the good Lord she didn't come from my womb. Hell, I would take two bits to be shed of that miserable bitch. She aint never had a man before. All she does is live in the basement of our Berkeley house and stay glued to that computer. I am 89 years old. She is 67. What a tragedy for a mother to have a messed up bitch like that for an adopted daughter. Hurts me terribly to write all this, but Dorcas is just nothing but useless. I have had to call congressman MR. Swalwells office to apologize for her. They know she needs to go back to Napa but I can't get that poor pathetic old bitch up there without the restraints. Dorcas can't do nothing in that election. She hates on congressman Mr. Swalwell since he's a man and she prefers women, in the bed to. Please forgive this old mother having to clean up the pile of shit that her pathetic old adopted daughter causes. My man and I are hoping that she passes from the earth fast. She is a real abomination. Tears at mothers apron strings to have a fat ass bitch for an adopted daughter.

    ReplyDelete
  132. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    ReplyDelete
  133. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people racist and sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    p.p.s. I do live in the District, but I bet you wish I didn't.

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  134. Will always be here to fuck you up, Dorcas--Space HO!




    The entire congressional district is inside the BART district.

    As noted in both the San Francisco Chronicle and the Hayward Daily Review (Argus, Tri Valley, etc ) Corbett was part of, if not the most aggressive legislator trying to pressure the BART board members into giving away the store to the BART unions.

    This, after the public had made it clear that they wanted BART to hold firm with the 12% wage offer and to demand more contributions for pensions and especially medical and dental.

    Corbett was part of the Thursday night arm twisting trying to prevent a strike by caving in to the unions.
    The public saw those legislators as selling out the public's interests. Both that of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.

    The, the BART management under pressure, including that from legislators like Corbett, caved in and gave away the store.
    Popping up the wage offer from 12.0% to 15.38% overnight.
    Anger is not a unreasonable word for how most of the public felt.
    Corbett was leading the charge to have BART cave in to the excess demands.
    She can't disown the play she made to get the union vote and campaign money from the BART workers.

    I'm thinking many moderate Democrats West of the hills as well as everyone East of the hills is not going to be pleased with Corbett's working behind their backs to foist higher future fares onto the riders so that BART workers can keep their lofty compensation packages.

    Perhaps Corbett can explain why she was fighting to have BART union members get their entire families covered for full medical, dental and vision for only $129 a month when many of us are paying over $500 a month for one person and that, without any dental at all.

    Gold plated benefits and a excessive pay raise is what Corbett's pressure tactics contribute to.
    Guess who will be paying that bill over the next 5 to 10 years?

    The very same voters who reside in the congressional district that Corbett wants to win.

    Most of us won't forget her pressuring our BART board members to vote against our interests.

    ReplyDelete
  135. Quit trying to change the subject. This article is about Swalwell, your boss, taking huge campaign slush funds from mega corporations like big pharma, etc.

    Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

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  136. Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop. You are both losers!

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

    p.s. Calling people sexist names is not winning votes for Swalwell. This is the 21st century.

    p.p.s. I do live in the District, but I bet you wish I didn't.

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  137. When is the Swalwell staffer lying?
    Answer----Every e-mail he sends.LOL

    ReplyDelete
  138. Enough from the 2 of you. What good are you doing repeating the same thing over and over?

    ReplyDelete
  139. The congressman has been a great representative. I'll definitely be supporting him next year. He'll sail just fine; no credible opposition since competition knows he's doing a fantastic job.

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  140. Eric Swalwell deserving of re-election in 2014!

    We love you in Hayward, Eric!

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  141. The congressman has been a great representative. I'll definitely be supporting him next year. He'll sail just fine; no credible opposition since competition knows he's doing a fantastic job.

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  142. My family will be voting for Ellen Corbett because we don't trust Eric to keep his word on anything. As this and other articles point out, he says one thing and does another. Stand for something will you. Mean what you say, and say what you mean Swalwell. What a wishy washy congressman! Also, quit taking money from big Pharma and shafting us little people.

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  143. Swalwell is scared, and has his followers writing arguments against Ellen Corbett that are lies. He and his shills, like the antiunion Hayward troll, are panicking because they have taken internal polls that have Ellen ahead in the congressional race.

    Now the troll is pretending to be Ellen's ex. This shows how low he will go and how mentally disturbed he is. So sad and desperate. LOL

    If you check the Citizen articles you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  144. The congressman has been a great representative. I'll definitely be supporting him next year. He'll sail just fine; no credible opposition since competition knows he's doing a fantastic job.

    By the way: pharmaceuticals, which help gravely ill seniors, is abbreviated without a capital 'P.' You really need to learn the proper rules of English, including grammar and composition style.

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  145. Swalwell is scared, and has his followers writing arguments against Ellen Corbett that are lies. He and his shills, like the antiunion Hayward troll, are panicking because they have taken internal polls that have Ellen ahead in the congressional race.

    If you check the Citizen articles you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell has taken so many
    different positions on so many topics he can't even remember
    them all.Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen.
    Tavares even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He
    told people he was for the chained CPI, then he was against
    it. He told people he was for changes to Social Security, then
    he was against them. Not a good track record on consumer
    bills after he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop,
    flip-flop.

    Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  146. If you live in the district vote for whomever you want. I'll be voting for Eric because Corbett only cares about the rich, big business, big pharma and herself. She's about everything that is wrong in politics. She's been bought and paid for by the corporations and wall street. Disgusting woman will be never be in congress.

    Actually, you voted for Stark. Let's not lie. OK?

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  147. The congressman has been a great representative. I'll definitely be supporting him next year. He'll sail just fine; no credible opposition since competition knows he's doing a fantastic job.

    By the way: pharmaceuticals, which help gravely ill seniors, is abbreviated without a capital 'P.' You really need to learn the proper rules of English, including grammar and composition style.

    Still haven't corrected or learned your English!

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  148. Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  149. According to this Oct 16 article a large part of Swalwell's contributions came from the medical and pharmaceutical vested interest groups. These are the same groups that have been sticking it to the middle class and poor for years. My family and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year.

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  150. Dorcas, you never voted for the congressman in your entire life. You don't live in the district. You have always volunteered on old man's Stark's campaigns. Finally, you're off your meds again and smoking the bad stuff.

    Eric going to kick that fatt ass where it hurts!

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  151. Anon above: What the hell are you talking about? Are you off your meds? You make no sense. It seems you are in need of some help.

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  152. Anon 12:29. What an idiot. Why waste our time? ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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  153. I agree Ellen Corbett in 2014. She is a much better politician an has done more for Seniors, children,women, the environment, consumers, working families, teachers, nurses, and on and on.. Swalwell has accomplished nothing on the Dublin city council or since he's been in Congress.

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  154. Dorcas, you never voted for the congressman in your entire life. You don't live in the district. You have always volunteered on old man's Stark's campaigns. Finally, you're off your meds again and smoking the bad stuff.

    Eric going to kick that fatt ass where it hurts!

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  155. Eric is not running against Stark this time with his irascible temperament and personality. Ellen Corbett is a much more formidable foe and an extremely likable and capable politician. She is very likely to win as she has helped many people in this area over the years. I know our family will be supporting her.

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  156. Since Eric has authored no significant legislation in Washington, I'll take Ellen Corbett who has authored significant legislation to help the environment, women, consumers, seniors, children, education, etc.

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  157. Dorcas, you never voted for the congressman in your entire life. You don't live in the district. You have always volunteered on old man's Stark's campaigns. Finally, you're off your meds again and smoking the bad stuff.

    Eric going to kick that fatt ass where it hurts!

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  158. According to this Oct 16 article a large part of Swalwell's contributions came from the medical and pharmaceutical vested interest groups. These are the same groups that have been sticking it to the middle class and poor for years. My family and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year.

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  159. I agree Ellen Corbett in 2014. She is a much better politician an has done more for Seniors, children,women, the environment, consumers, working families, teachers, nurses, and on and on.. Swalwell has accomplished nothing on the Dublin city council or since he's been in Congress.

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  160. Now Dorcas, the poster of the last two posts--one minute a part--is agreeing with herself. What a poor, pathetic, fat ass bitch she is.

    Dorcas, you never voted for the congressman in your entire life. You don't live in the district. You have always volunteered on old man's Stark's campaigns. Finally, you're off your meds again and smoking the bad stuff.

    Eric going to kick that fat ass where it hurts!

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  161. As far as flip-flopping goes Swalwell taken so many different
    positions on so many topics he can't even remember them all.
    Just check out the local papers and the ebcitizen. Tavares
    even did more than one article on his flip-flops. He told people
    he was for the chained CPI, then he was against it. He told
    people he was for changes to Social Security, then he was
    against them. Not a good track record on consumer bills after
    he took corporate money either. Flip-flop, flip-flop, flip-flop.

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  162. I agree Ellen Corbett in 2014. She is a much better politician an has done more for Seniors, children,women, the environment, consumers, working families, teachers, nurses, and on and on.. Swalwell has accomplished nothing on the Dublin city council or since he's been in Congress.

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  163. Anon 11:29: What the hell are you talking about? Are you off your meds? You make no sense. It seems you are in need of some help.

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  164. To the anon 11:29 poster----Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

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  165. The congressman has been a great representative. I'll definitely be supporting him next year. He'll sail just fine; no credible opposition since competition knows he's doing a fantastic job.

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  166. According to this Oct 16 article a large part of Swalwell's contributions came from the medical and pharmaceutical vested interest groups. These are the same groups that have been sticking it to the middle class and poor for years. My family and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year.

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  167. I actually signed up for Obamacare and it was cheaper for me with a better policy. Even though I agree with this particular vote, I have seen Ellen at more events I go to and will be voting for her next year. I think she has accomplished more for the middle class and poor and I trust her to do more for us than Eric.

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  168. My husband and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year because we think she has done more as our Senator than Swalwell has done as our congressman.

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  169. Agree with 9:00 PM, my family and I will never vote for Swalwell again, he's screwed up right and left, as the citizen has pointed out, and he seems to be devoid of any principles. I'm a conservative who lives in Livermore and will vote for anyone else before that two faced attorney. Like it or not, I do know where Corbett stands. Even though I disagree with some of the things she does, I like her as a person and will vote for her if the choice is between the two of them.

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  170. I like Ellen too but I don't know if she will win by much. I'll take 52-48 and be immensely happy, and I'll bet Corbett will too. I do agree when Swalwell was on the Dublin City Council he did nothing and so far in Congress also has authored no significant legislation, but has signed on to other Dems bills. Ellen Corbett, by contrast, has authored signifiant legislation benefitting the middle class and lower middle class.

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  171. Whorbett wants to try and run against Stark again but congressman Swalwell is too smart and popular to let that happen. Eventually it will boil down to Whorbett running on her merits and accomplishments, and congressman Swalwell running on his merits and accomplishments. I think it's fair to say Whorebett has accomplished very little and congressman Swalwell has accomplished much more. Bitch loses in a landslide.

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  172. To the anon 9:28 poster----Well what do you know? It's the Swalwell troll, stooge, shill, staffer (pick one cause there's only one). Remember the name Eric " the corrupt flip-flopper" Swalwell if you want to vote for the developers wet dream or the mega-corporations best friend.

    If you check the Citizen article you will find Swalwell not Corbett has been bought and paid for by big business, large corporations, big pharma, etc. I'll take Corbett any day with her outstanding pro-consumer voting record. Go get him Ellen because you have a good chance of winning. Eric only won because people thought Stark was losing it. I also voted for Swalwell, but won't again. He's too inexperienced, corrupt and changes his mind on issues all the time.

    If I had a mistake prone boss like yours, I'd try and change the topic too!

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  173. My husband and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year because we think she has done more as our Senator than Swalwell has done as our congressman.

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  174. I agree Ellen Corbett in 2014. She is a much better politician an has done more for Seniors, children,women, the environment, consumers, working families, teachers, nurses, and on and on.. Swalwell has accomplished nothing on the Dublin city council or since he's been in Congress.

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  175. According to this Oct 16 article a large part of Swalwell's contributions came from the medical and pharmaceutical vested interest groups. These are the same groups that have been sticking it to the middle class and poor for years. My family and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year.

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  176. My husband and I will be voting for Ellen Corbett next year because we think she has done more as our Senator than Swalwell has done as our congressman.

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