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Part 1, FINAL UPDATE – Local Election Postmortem: Board of Supes Goes MAGA, Redding Gets Redder

By Doni Chamberlain and R.V. Scheide Shasta County’s latest election results are in. Now, baring any unforeseen circumstances — like a recount — it’s all over but the shoutin’ for Shasta County’s Midterm Election. Click here to see a complete… Continue Reading

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Part 1 – Midterm Elections 2022: The Politics of Fear; or What a Long, Strange Violent Trip It’s Been

Photo montage by Shawn Schwaller.

If you’re a regular reader of A News Café, chances are you’ve already mailed in your ballot for the 2022 midterm elections. Perhaps your early voting was prompted by Proposition 1, the Right to Reproductive Freedom Act, which, if passed,… Continue Reading

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Unprecedented Redding City Council Race: Will Bethel & Stirring Church Members Become Council Majority?

Redding is teetering upon the unprecedented brink of being governed by a city-council majority comprised of followers of Bethel Church, The Stirring church or a combination of both. One Bethel Church elder, Julie Winter, is already on the Redding City… Continue Reading

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Transparency and the Shasta County Supervisor: A Comparison of Disclosures

Editor’s note: New information has been added re Baron Browning, below. Transparency. The word has been on almost every candidate’s lips this midterm campaign season; a valorous but vague pledge to get to the bottom of things and root out… Continue Reading

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Brains vs. Brawn in Shasta County Supervisor District 1 Primary Race

  The race to replace outgoing Shasta County Supervisor District 1 Joe Chimenti has turned into a classic contest pitting brains against brawn, with the future of the county’s soul at stake. The two main contenders for the seat are… Continue Reading