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California Libertarian City Councilman Enters Special Legislative Election

Published on February 4, 2014, by in Uncategorized.

Jeff Hewitt, a registered Libertarian and a member of the Calimesa, California city council, has filed to run for State Senate, 23rd district, in the special election being held March 25. Two Republicans and two Democrats are also running. Hewitt is the first California Libertarian to run in any California special election in the last three years. The district contains parts of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.

The special election is needed because the incumbent, Senator Bill Emmerson, resigned recently.

3 Responses

  1. Jeff Daiell

    It would be nice to have our first State Senator.

    Jeff

  2. Scott Lieberman

    Don’t forget the 28 registered voters in that district who live in Los Angeles County!

  3. Jeff Hewitt for State Senate has a campaign website @ http://hewittd23.com/

    The Riverside County Libertarian Party has endorsed Jeff Hewitt for State Senate in the 23rd District special election.

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