Judge David Milton was born in Pasadena, California. Upon graduating high school, he was immediately summoned into active duty for the US Army Reserve where he reached the rank of Specialist 5th Class in Military Intelligence. After active duty, David was employed by Eli Lily and began his college studies at night. He attended Pasadena City College and then California State University where he studied pre-law, business, and psychology...

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“Understanding the Environmental Effects of Clean Energy” Ronald “Ron” Stein has been named as the private business spokesperson for the energy industry. He started an initiative for Energy Literacy where he shares books, podcasts, and articles to educate people about the energy sector. Stein is an energy agnostic and supplies in-depth discussions and explanations about energy-related subjects for the public to become energy literate...

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“The Impact of the Teachers Union on Public Education” Larry Sand started his teaching career in New York in 1971. Beginning in 1985, he taught elementary school in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Retired in 2009, he is the president of the non-profit California Teachers Empowerment Network – a non-partisan, non-political group dedicated to providing teachers with reliable and balanced information about...

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John Cruikshank is running for Supervisor against the incumbent Janice Hahn and offers a fresh approach to solving the many serious problems of the 4th District of Los Angeles county and it’s cities. John Cruikshank will be an effective Supervisor helping the County solve the real, pressing issues that affect all Los Angeles County residents and businesses. John is currently President & CEO of JMC2, a California civil and...

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Defending Free Expression on Campus: A Conversation Tyler is an attorney and member of the Washington, DC Bar. He’s 2010 graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington and a 2015 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law. In law school, he participated in the school’s First Amendment Clinic and served as president of MSU Law’s chapter of the Federalist Society. Tyler completed legal internships at the US...

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