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Friday, February 6, 2015

Glazer immediately takes hold of the narrative in special State Senate race

Just weeks after joining the SD7 special election, 
Steve Glazer is already grabbing the headlines.
STATE SENATE | DISTRICT 7 | Steve Glazer, a former consultant to Gov. Jerry Brown, failed to advance past the June primary last summer in the 16th Assembly District, but his return last month to seek Rep. Mark DeSaulnier’s vacated seat in the State Senate might seem very familiar to weary voters in Contra Costa County and Tri Valley in Alameda County.

During a forum in Lafayette Wednesday, Glazer used a nearly identical playbook of centrist policies that gained his campaign for the Assembly great attention, but ultimately returned a dismal third-place finish in the June Primary.

However, this time around Glazer’s opponents lack the ideological variety that exist in the race last year. There is no Republican of Catharine Baker’s ilk in this race, which could help Glazer in this moderate senate seat. In fact, the only Republican in the race, little-known Michaela Hertle, dropped out last week. However, her name will still appear on the Mar. 17 primary ballot.

Assemblymember Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan, also Democrats, have thus far shown little dissimilarity. Both have positioned their campaigns on a platform for improving education.

Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan at an 
endorsement meeting last month in Dublin.
Whether Glazer’s gameplan that yielded an unsatisfactory result last year works or not this spring is yet to be seen. But judging by Wednesday’s performance, he has successfully grabbed the narrative of the race in his favor.

Glazer labeled himself with a number of ideological descriptors, including “social progressive,” “pragmatic progressive,” “fiscal conservative” and “Jerry Brown Democrat.” Support from every niche group might be needed for victory.

In the meantime, Glazer’s platform has changed very little over the months. Banning BART strikes again took precedent. “I’m not anti-labor. I’m pro-rider,” said Glazer. He also pushed for state legislation to prohibit transit strikes.

When Bonilla raised the belief bargaining groups on both sides of the table should meet early and often, Glazer attempted to create daylight. “There wasn’t a single elected official who said this is wrong,” Glazer responded. “I’m hearing some revisionist history here tonight.”

Glazer also called for his opponents to offer their answers to often confidential union questionnaires each may have filled out. But, Bonilla had a stern retort ready. “I have something better than the campaign contribution challenge. I actually have a voting record,” said Bonilla.

On the governor’s high-speed rail project, all three Democrats questioned where funding will be found going forward.

On the Delta water tunnels project, the trio registered opposition with Buchanan stating, “It potentially will destroy the Delta” and would not produce a drop of water for the drought-plagued state.

Curiously, Glazer’s opposition to both Brown-backed initiatives came before he told the gathering in Lafayette one of his proudest achievements was helping get the governor elected in 2010. "I was being straight up about it," Glazer said in an interview. "There are things where he has shown some great leadership and things where we don't see eye to eye. He knows that."

Glazer’s call for linking together a broad coalition of voters in the 7th Senate District might face some difficulty from the left. When Glazer reiterated his endorsement of Republican Baker for the Assembly seat last fall over fellow Democrat Tim Sbranti, a number of people loudly hissed.

“I put it in this perspective: I’m the progressive,” Glazer said afterwards. “I’ve had a progressive agenda my whole life. The reason we’re having difficulties on other issues, whether it’s pensions or BART, the progressive vision is financial stability and if we don’t have that, you can’t do good in the world.”

44 comments :

Glazer is wasting his time and energy. He has no chance at all

Another 3rd place finish for the wanna be!

Glazer was rejected by the voters before, coming in third, and is even less popular in the larger Senate District. Besides, he's not not going to be able to raise the money he needs for a Senate Race, and both Joan and Susan are very popular as shown by actually getting elected to the Assembly. It looks like he will finish third according to the polls behind the two women. Buchanan is a huge favorite to be our next Senator and will be in the runoff with Bonilla.

Glazer will lose again. Buchanan, Bonilla, Glazer------in that order.

Glazer got less than 25% of the vote in 2014. I believe it was around 22-23%. He had almost all the newspaper endorsements, but was horribly rejected by the voters. The voters knew he was a one trick pony, and that issue couldn't even get him into a run off.

Glazer is one of the worst losers in this area. He failed miserably in his Assembly race and will fail again in his Senate race. Maybe in 2016 he'll run for Congress. What a Joke!

It will be Joan Buchanan and Susan Bonilla in the run-off but I'm not sure who will win. It will come down to who can get the most volunteers to help them in their campaigns.

Mr. Baxter and I will be supporting SENATOR STEVE GLAZER as he is the only clean Democrat we could ever support. No dirty, corrupt union whores for us.

Steve Glazer--the People's Choice!

Editorial Contra Costa Times: Glazer best of two courageous candidates for state Senate
Posted by Buffy Tarbox · February 06, 2015 5:55 PM

Contra Costa Times
February 6, 2015

Our state legislators usually lack political courage, unwilling to buck special interests that effectively control their parties. But the special election to fill a vacant East Bay state Senate seat features two candidates who display impressive independence.

Of the five names will appear on the ballot, the only Republican has dropped out of the race. Of the four Democrats, Terry Kremin offers no compelling reason for his candidacy, and Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla of Concord simply toes the labor line.

That leaves former Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan, of Alamo, and Steve Glazer, an Orinda city councilman and California State University trustee. We endorse Glazer, but we emphasize that both deserve recognition for unusually thoughtful and politically courageous positions.

The March 17 primary will be the first step to fill a state Senate seat vacated by Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, who replaced the now-retired Rep. George Miller in Congress. If no one receives a majority, the general election between the top two finishers will follow May 19.

The Senate seat includes the Tri-Valley and most of Central and East Contra Costa. While Democrats comprise 44 percent of registration, half the voters are Republicans or independent. Consequently, this district provides an excellent venue for an open primary that rewards candidates able to bridge political lines.

Glazer has positioned himself as the centrist candidate. He was Gov. Jerry Brown's political adviser until 2012 but has since tried to distance himself. He opposes Brown's plans for high-speed rail and Delta water tunnels, supports teacher tenure reform, and opposes extension of the governor's temporary sales and income taxes that will phase out starting in 2017.

Glazer angered labor leaders by calling for prohibiting BART strikes, working to elect business-backed Democratic candidates and crossing party lines last year to back Republican Catharine Baker, who replaced Buchanan in the Assembly.

Buchanan, forced from the Assembly by term limits, previously served for 18 years on the San Ramon Valley school board. She enjoys support of the California Teachers Association but fell out of favor with local public employee unions for her 2012 bill that curbed pension spiking in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

The bill closed a gaping loophole in Brown's "pension reform" package and stopped some of the most egregious abuses in California. Her actions represented a principled stand in the face of great political risk.

This endorsement was not an easy choice. We often disagree with Buchanan, but she has continued to impress us with her intellect and independent thinking. We back Glazer because we agree with him on more issues, and he offers thoughtful centrist positions generally lacking in the Legislature.

My family and I will be backing Susan Bonilla or Joan Buchanan, we haven't decided jointly yet. We won't back Glazer because he doesn't share our moderate values.

Newspaper endorsements usually don't win races in this area as Glazer found out in his less than stellar race for the Assembly. Joan Buchanan and Susan Bonilla were one and two in the last poll I saw with a reputable pollster.

It takes volunteers, hundreds of them, to win an Assembly or Senate race. Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan have them, Glazer does not.

Thank you for the above posting. My family and I had absolutely no idea for whom to vote but will now be following your lead. Steve Glazer is a really impressive guy. Really seems to be his own man and not beholden to any of the special interests. Will be volunteering for his campaign, seems like another John Kennedy to me. Great moderate consensus-buidler.

Again the last 2 posts were posted by the Glazer sexist troll who posted the exact same posts when Glazer ran for his FAILED attempt last year for Assembly. He failed badly because he is a one issue candidate and NOT a moderate! That's why he was rejected last time and will be rejected again by the voters. The moderates are the 2 women candidates, Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan.

My family and I will be backing Susan Bonilla or Joan Buchanan, we haven't decided jointly yet. We won't back Glazer because he doesn't share our moderate values.

Let's see Glazer lost the Assembly seat despite lots of conservative money pouring into his campaign. In fact, he didn't even make the run-off.

Now he wants to run for Senator after being rejected by the voters as a one issue candidate in his Assembly race. We didn't vote for him last time and won't this time either.

It looks like one of the two current Assemblywomen will be our next Senator. I'm hoping for Susan Bonilla, but will settle for Joan Buchanan.

As shown in his Assembly race, most, or over 75% of the public voters just don't like him. I know I will be voting for Susan Bonilla and so will my neighbor when we talked this morning.

Glazer never was, nor ever will be the poeple's choice. Clean up your sexist language because the top two will be Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan.

Steve takes first place next month. Only question is if he has one of the gals in a runnoff. Clearly he is the overwhelming favorite of moderate Democrats, Republicans and independents.

He and Cathy baker will be amazing working together on behalf of the people and not the entrenched special interests.

They are the PEOPLE'S CHOICE ALL STARS!


The PAC had $55,064 banked as of Dec. 31, so either it has mostly cleaned out its coffers for this race, or it has received more contributions since the year's start. Any such new contributions won't be reported until well after the March 17 special primary election. And because it already had more money banked than it spent on this race, its mailer need only identify the PAC and not any big new donors.

Glazer said he's sure he knows who's funding this "pro-Hertle" effort.

"It's all being orchestrated by the BART unions and friends," he said. "This is a front group for nefarious interests that don't want to be known."

It's no secret the unions hate him.

Glazer burned his bridges with labor first by consulting with JOBSPAC, the California Chamber of Commerce's political action committee, to help centrist Democrats like himself beat labor-backed Democrats in 2012's elections. More recently, he crusaded for legislation to ban transit-worker strikes like the ones that stilled BART in 2013. Unions this month have put $110,000 into a new PAC opposing Glazer.

But Glazer is benefitting from independent spending, too. Republican-turned-independent millionaire Southern California businessman Bill Bloomfield -- a patron of centrist Democrats who buck their party and labor -- has spent $224,000 on Glazer's behalf this month. And JOBSPAC has spent almost $38,000 against Bonilla and Buchanan.

Source: http://www.contracostatimes.com/News/ci_27590502/Democraticleaning-AsianAmerican-PAC-spends-for-white-Republican-who-left-Senate-race

Here's the part you seemed to miss at 1:23 and 1:25:

First of all, Glazer has never been the PEOPLE'S choice. He was rejected badly by the people who voted just a few months ago. Moderate Democrats, Republicans and Independents will be supporting Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan.

Second this Asian PAC has given to Republicans before in 2010, as they supported Michelle Steele and Alan Nakanishi, so supporting Hertle is not surprising.

Third, in 2013/14 the PAC's biggest donor was Comcast and AT&T was also one of the bigger donors.

Fourth, Glazer is benefitting from the California Chamber of Commerce's PAC which has spent almost the same amount against Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan. He is also befitting from $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him. Glazer needs to quit whining. His whining lost him the Assembly race.

Lastly, both Buchanan and Bonilla actually got elected in their respective Assembly Districts which make up almost all the Senate District. Susan Bonilla has also been endorsed by the moderate Mark DeSaulnier (who last held the seat), and the more conservative Ellen Taucher who represented most of the District in Congress.

3:33 is written like the loser she is. I have now decided based on her diatribe to support Mr. Glazer. He definitely is the People's Choice!

Thank you 3:33----I see now that Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan are now the People's Choice. My wife and I will be voting for Susan but never your candidate (Glazer) 5:01, who definitely is a corporate shill.

Antioch Herald--Glazer calls on opponents to disclose campaign promises
POSTED BY BUFFY TARBOX · FEBRUARY 26, 2015 10:47 AM
Antioch Herald
February 25, 2015

State Senate candidate Steve Glazer called on his opponents to provide full transparency of their campaign promises by releasing their answers to special interest questionnaires on their webpage.

“Together we can take a positive step to end the hidden agendas and backroom deals that prevent our elected officials from addressing California’s problems in a fair and open manner. I ask you to join me in sharing with voters all of our responses to candidate questionnaires,” said Glazer.

“By publishing our responses on our websites, we will make our race a model of independence from the very special interests that use these questionnaires to pressure candidates into adopting rigid and narrowly drawn positions,” Glazer said in his letter.

The letter was e-mailed to the three other Senate District 7 candidates: Joan Buchanan, Susan Bonilla and Terry Kremin. The fourth candidate Michaela Hertle has withdrawn from the race and endorsed Glazer. Hertle’s name will still appear on the ballot. So far, none of Glazer’s opponents have opted to publish their answers to questionnaires.

“The focus of our campaigns should be on solutions to the big problems facing our state,” said Glazer. “The voters deserve a thoughtful and fair-minded representative in Sacramento, and they should not be left wondering what sort of promises any of us made to secure that position.”

Glazer currently serves as the Mayor of Orinda and a Trustee of the California State University 23-campus system. During his tenure on the Orinda City Council, Glazer has helped balance budgets while making improvements to schools, libraries and roads.

State Senate District 7 includes the communities of Alamo, Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Blackhawk, Brentwood, Byron, Clayton, Concord, Danville, Diablo, Discovery Bay, Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Sunol and Walnut Creek.

The primary will be held Tuesday, March 17.

In his Assembly race last year, Glazer declined to fill out any special interest questionnaire. However, he posted detailed positons on issues on his website. Glazer’s positions are now posted on his Senate campaign website atwww.glazerforsenate.com/issues.

Newspaper endorsements usually don't win races in this area as Glazer found out in his less than stellar race for the Assembly. Joan Buchanan and Susan Bonilla were one and two in the last poll I saw with a reputable pollster.

It takes volunteers, hundreds of them, to win an Assembly or Senate race. Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan have them, Glazer does not.


Glazer is befitting from $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him. Glazer is not clean, but he is a corporate hack.

Can only vote for the only clean candidate in this race, SENATOR STEVE GLAZER! He is the PEOPLE'S CHOICE!

The union whores are scared shitless of his impending victory, as well they should be. Pumped!

As we found out before, since the pro-Glazer sexist foul-mouthed troll (anon 8:42) lives in Hayward, he can't even vote in this race.

Glazer is not clean and he is not the People's Choice. He was just last year kicked to the gutter by the voters. He's a corporate hack as shown by who has donated to his race.

Also, Susan Bonilla has been endorsed by moderate Mark DeSaulnier and conservative Ellen Taucher. Joan Buchanan would be their second choice.

Based upon the foul comments voiced against Mr. Glazer, my family and I will definitely be voting for him. Someone who is constantly being vilified and persecuted must be doing something right. He gets our votes.

Since you are the Glazer Troll and live in Hayward Anon 3:50, you can't vote for Glazer. I guess it's o.k. for you to vilify the women candidates and make sexist comments, but when someone points out the truth about your candidate, you get upset. Nice try, but it doesn't fly.

Glazer is befitting from $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him. Glazer is not clean, but he is a corporate hack.

That's why he was rejected last year by the voters and will be rejected again. It will be Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan because they are moderate women. They aren't bought by the Corporate elite who are trying to destroy the middle class, like your candidate.

Based upon the foul comments voiced against Mr. Glazer, my family and I will definitely be voting for him. Someone who is constantly being vilified and persecuted must be doing something right. He gets our votes.

Since you are the Glazer Troll and live in Hayward Anon 7:59, you can't vote for Glazer. I guess it's o.k. for you to vilify the women candidates and make sexist comments, but when someone points out the truth about your candidate, you get upset. Nice try, but it doesn't fly.

Glazer is befitting from $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him. Glazer is not clean, but he is a corporate hack.

That's why he was rejected last year by the voters and will be rejected again. It will be Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan because they are moderate women. They aren't bought by the Corporate elite who are trying to destroy the middle class, like your candidate.

Can only vote for the only clean candidate in this race, SENATOR STEVE GLAZER! He is the PEOPLE'S CHOICE!

The union whores are scared shitless of his impending victory, as well they should be. Pumped!

As we found out before, since the pro-Glazer sexist foul-mouthed troll lives in Hayward, he can't even vote in this race.

Glazer is not clean and he is not the People's Choice. He was just last year kicked to the gutter by the voters. He's a corporate hack as shown by who has donated to his race.

Also, Susan Bonilla has been endorsed by moderate Mark DeSaulnier and conservative Ellen Taucher. Joan Buchanan would be their second choice.

California State Treasurer Kathleen Brown (Retired)
POSTED BY BUFFY TARBOX 389PC ON FEBRUARY 27, 2015


"I have known Steve for more than two decades. He is a strong advocate for civil rights, human rights, and women's rights. He is strongly pro-choice and favors marriage equality. He has been a leader in efforts to build shelters for battered and abused women. He provided critical support to ensure perpetrators of rape are caught and prosecuted.

As the father of two daughters, he knows how important it is to have equal pay for equal work.
Steve believes, as I do, that in order for government to deliver important services it must have its financial house in order. Steve supports sensible pension reform so funds will be there for the newly hired teacher, police officer, firefighter and nurse when they retire. He supports strong accountability measures throughout all levels of government.

Steve's progressive heart and sensible financial head will make him an outstanding State Senator."

Nobody cares about Buffy Tarbox or Newspaper endorsements. They don't win races in this area as Glazer found out in his less than stellar race for the Assembly. Joan Buchanan and Susan Bonilla were one and two in the last poll.

It takes volunteers, hundreds of them, to win an Assembly or Senate race. Susan Bonilla and Joan Buchanan have them, Glazer does not.

Glazer is befitting from $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him. Glazer is not clean, but he is an upper class corporate hack who cares little about the middle class.

Also, Susan Bonilla has been endorsed by moderate Mark DeSaulnier and conservative Ellen Taucher. Joan Buchanan would be their second choice. These are the endorsements that matter in this District.

Running scared as you whores should. Apparently you DO care, bitch. Watch your two gals become three and four this next time around. You can't tar and feather CLEAN STEVE GLAZER.

We'll take Kathleen Brown, Steph Curry and Chuck Reed, the next governor of CA any day of the week.

SENATOR STEVE GLAZER. He is the PEOPLE'S CHOICE!

It looks like you are running scared. As we have found out, since the pro-Glazer foul-mouthed sexist troll lives in Hayward, you can't even vote in this race.

Glazer is not clean and he is not the People's Choice. He was just last year rejected by the voters. He's a corporate hack as shown by who has donated to his race. Glazer tar and feathered himself.

Also, Susan Bonilla has been endorsed by moderate Mark DeSaulnier and conservative Ellen Taucher. Joan Buchanan would be their second choice. Glazer will come in third once again.

Can only vote for the only clean candidate in this race, SENATOR STEVE GLAZER! He is the PEOPLE'S CHOICE!

The union whores are scared shitless of his impending victory, as well they should be. Pumped!

Glazer is not the people's choice as much as you may want to rant and rave and call people sexist names. The voters proved that a few months ago. Maybe they thought he was too radical as shown by the people who support him above.

Since he took over $224,000 spent just this month from Bill Bloomfield, a former Republican multi-millionaire businessman from Southern California who is trying to buy the election for him, Glazer is not clean, but he is an upper class corporate shill who cares little about the average voter.

I'll be supporting Susan Bonilla because she is supported by Progressives, Moderates and Conservatives. You support whoever you want since you don't even live in the district.

East Bay, CA—Candidate for State Senate Steve Glazer announced today that his campaign has raised $179,000 in twenty eight days from 230 donors.

Glazer has raised a total of $213,000 to date for his Senate bid.

“It means a great deal to me to have the support of so many donors,” said Glazer. “Raising this much money in twenty eight days makes it clear that I have broad support for my District 7 Senate race.”

Glazer has received bi-partisan endorsements from almost fifty local elected officials including retired Contra Costa County Sheriff Dick Rainey, former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed, retired State Controller Steve Westly, former state Treasurer Kathleen Brown and the Contra Costa Times.

Former state Treasurer Kathleen Brown said of Glazer: “Steve believes, as I do, that in order for government to deliver important services it must have its financial house in order. Steve supports sensible pension reform so funds will be there for the newly hired teacher, police officer, firefighter and nurse when they retire. He supports strong accountability measures throughout all levels of government.”

Glazer currently serves as the Mayor of Orinda and a Trustee of the California State University 23-campus system. During his tenure on the Orinda City Council, Glazer has helped balance budgets while making improvements to schools, libraries and roads.

State Senate District 7 includes the communities of Alamo, Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Blackhawk, Brentwood, Byron, Clayton, Concord, Danville, Diablo, Discovery Bay, Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Sunol and Walnut Creek

The primary will be held Tuesday, March 17.

Oh, there is is dirtier predator and corrupt scumbag who has contributed the most to any candidate in the race. It's Bill Bloomfield, an out of town former Republican extreme businessman, who has contributed $489,856 to his Corporate hack Glazer. Glazer has received more special interest money than any other candidate in this race. Glazer is not the people's choice and that's why you are scared. He will probably come in third agin like last year.

Contra Costa Times Editorial: Voters should ignore deceitful labor attack on Glazer
POSTED BY BUFFY TARBOX 480PC ON MARCH 05, 2015
Contra Costa Times
March 4, 2015

Labor unions are branding state Senate candidate Steve Glazer as too conservative -- and too liberal.

In duplicitous, targeted mailers, they tell Democrats that Glazer is a business-loving special interest sellout who wants to give millionaires tax breaks. To Republicans, they say Glazer is a tax-and-spend liberal and that they should instead support a candidate who withdrew from the race.

In fact, Glazer, a California State University trustee and former political adviser to Gov. Jerry Brown, is a moderate Democrat who earned our endorsement because of his centrist politics and desire to build bipartisan coalitions.

Labor leaders hate him because he dared to help elect moderate Democratic candidates to the state Legislature and called for banning BART strikes. Their mailers, among scores in the March 17 special primary election that has so far attracted about $2 million in contributions, prove once again that voters shouldn't trust such propaganda.

The special election will fill the seat Mark DeSaulnier vacated after his election to Congress. The ballot has five names, but only three candidates, all Democrats, are credible. The only Republican, Michaela Hertle, dropped out of the race early and endorsed Glazer.

Glazer, the most centrist candidate, is counting on backing from moderate Democrats, independents and Republicans. Labor is trying to undermine his support from both ends.

The mailers to Republicans were sent under the guise of the "Asian American Small Business PAC," funded with $50,000 from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and the California Professional Firefighters Political Action Committee.

One mailer to Republican voters claims Glazer wants to raise taxes and smacks him for having advised "liberal Jerry Brown." Two others call on Republicans to support Hertle, without mentioning that she dropped out. By the way, Hertle is not Asian.

The labor-financed mailers complain, ironically, that "there are just too many Democrats in the State Senate causing partisan gridlock" and decry "the special interests that are paralyzing our state government."

The mailers to Democrats brand Glazer a "Republican Sellout" who "wants to give millionaires a tax break" that will lead to education cuts. Once again, the twisted message is bogus. It comes from eight labor groups that provided $230,000 to fund "Working Families Opposing Glazer for Senate 2015."

Lest there be any doubt the pincer movement is a coordinated labor campaign, the mailers to Democrats and Republicans feature the same grainy, unflattering picture of Glazer.

With all the spending in this race on all sides, there will almost certainly be more misleading mailers coming. Voters should beware.

Source: http://www.contracostatimes.com/editorial/ci_27643657/contra-costa-times-editorial-voters-should-ignore-deceitful

The conservative newspapers only print one-sided info on what they want you to believe. No one has received more corrupt independent expenditure money from outside groups than Glazer.

He has received almost $600,000 from a Southern California conservative businessman, almost $400,000 from the California Chamber of Commerce PAC ( most of which went to oppose Bonilla and Buchanan), and about $175,000 from the Charter School Association as of the end of last week. Talk about sleaze?

He may get into the top two, but whichever woman, Susan Bonilla or Joan Buchanan, is there with the weasel, will win the run-off. They are definitely cleaner than he is.

Boy, you union sluts are running G-d awful scared, as well you should. Not only will CLEAN STEVE GLAZER finish number one on Tuesday, but he will win then or else in May. You just don't get it. The public wants an advocate on THEIR side, not the corrupt special interest union bosses. Phase I was electing Cathy Baker and Phase II will conclude with Steve's election. They will be an awesome tag team and work for the public.

SENATOR STEVE GLAZER--The People's Choice!

Sadly, I do think Glazer will finish in the top 2. He will be in a run off with Susan Bonilla or Joan Buchanan. He might even be the top vote getter even though he has no principles and is a stooge for corporate business. He has taken more special interest money than any other candidate in independent expenditures. Look it up. The newspaper reports are one sided and only report what they want you to read. What a sleaze! He will never win the run off because both Bonilla and Buchanan can win a head to head race with the double talker.

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