Why is Todd gloating?

Local right-wing activist Todd Juvinall is gloating at the nation’s election results. I guess he didn’t see the local results, compared with what the Nevada County Republican was endorsing.

The details are here:

The Nevada County Republican Party has endorsed the following candidates and ballot measure positions for the November 8, 2016 California General Election.

  • President of the United States — Donald Trump HILLARY CLINTON
  • Vice President of the United States — Mike Pence TIM KAINE
  • S. House of Representatives, District 1 — Doug LaMalfa (382 votes ahead — less than 1 percent)
  • S. House of Representatives, District 4– Tom McClintock ROBERT DERLET
  • California State Assembly, District 1 — Brian Dahle
  • California State Senate, District 1 — Ted Gaines

State Ballot Propositions

  • Proposition 51 — NO
  • Proposition 52 — YES
  • Proposition 53 — YES
  • Proposition 54 — YES
  • Proposition 55 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 56 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 57 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 58 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 59 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 60 – NO
  • Proposition 61 — NO
  • Proposition 62 — NO
  • Proposition 63 — NO
  • Proposition 64 – NO Results: Yes
  • Proposition 65 – YES Results: No
  • Proposition 66 — YES
  • Proposition 67 – NO Results: Yes

Nevada County Measures 

  • Measure A — NO Results:Yes— The Nevada County Board of Supervisors has it within its power to fund the libraries without increasing the sales tax to 1/4%. The Nevada County Republican Party supports the library and the good work the library does, but not the increase in the sales tax.
  • Measure B — NO Results: Yes— The Nevada County Republican Party determines that the bond amount is too large at $47 million and would cost voters upwards of $100-150 million over the course of 30 years. The Party wants more modest and targeted repairs and a more thorough review of other cost saving options.
  • Measure C – Neutral Results: Yes

About jeffpelline

Jeff Pelline is a veteran editor and award-winning journalist - in print and online. He is publisher of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine and its website SierraCulture.com. Jeff covered business and technology for The San Francisco Chronicle for years, was a founding editor and Editor of CNET News, and was Editor of The Union, a 145-year-old newspaper in Grass Valley. Jeff has a bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley and a master's from Northwestern University. His hobbies include sailing and trout fishing.
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7 Responses to Why is Todd gloating?

  1. jeffpelline says:

    The problem with the “anonymous” morons who comment on Todd’s blog is that you can’t call them out by name because they hide behind “anonymous.” I guess that’s why they do that. Cowards. For the record, “anonymous,” school board seats are nonpartisan. Oh, and the new district one supervisor is a Democrat.

  2. jeffpelline says:

    Tough day for old man Boardman. I think it’s beginning to dawn on him that nobody cares what he writes about in his columns — his screed against Measure B being the latest example.

  3. jeffpelline says:

    Why are George Boardman’s name and Barry Pruett’s name suddenly appearing on Todd’s blog where the comments used to be “anonymous”? Hmmm.

  4. jeffpelline says:

    Pruett doesn’t get it: Heidi Hall ran as a Democrat for District 1 Supervisor — making her party affiliation highly visible in the race. The School Board members who ran did not state their party affiliation as part of the campaign. Goes to show you that he’s not exactly Gibson Dunn and Crutcher material. lol.

  5. jeffpelline says:

    The people who care about Barry really need to get him into some anger management training. Maybe it can be a topic at the Thanksgiving dining table with his loved ones. Gazdooks!

    • Judith Lowry says:

      Speaking of turkeys, with a houseful of guests, including three toddlers,
      our daughter chose to let Wbole Foods do the cooking this year and it was great.
      Here at the Oxford they also put on a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner, plated service, not buffet.
      The restaurant here, 10 Below is hard to beat for elegance.
      This week Tuck an Patty will be playing here in the 10 Below jazz club
      Something like this, perhaps in the lower level of the Alpha could help fill a cultural void and become quite successful.
      I’m dreaming again, sorry.
      Have a happy Black Friday!

  6. brucelevy says:

    Barry’s a putz. You don’t actually think it’s going to change. He’s always going to be that little self-loving weasel.

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