In an opinion piece for USA Today entitled “Ban assault weapons, buy them back, go after resisters,” Swalwell proposed using $15 billion in taxpayer money to fund the confiscation of “military-style semiautomatic assault weapons” and to go after gun owners who refuse to sell their existing weapons.

“Reinstating the federal assault weapons ban that was in effect from 1994 to 2004 would prohibit manufacture and sales, but it would not affect weapons already possessed. This would leave millions of assault weapons in our communities for decades to come,” Swalwell wrote.

“Instead, we should ban possession of military-style semiautomatic assault weapons, we should buy back such weapons from all who choose to abide by the law, and we should criminally prosecute any who choose to defy it by keeping their weapons,” he continued, adding that this “would not apply to law enforcement agencies or shooting clubs.”

He argued that “gun ownership runs so deep” in America that “we don’t even know how many military-style semiautomatic rifles are in U.S. civilian hands.” But the potential 2020 presidential contender suggested the government should pay up to $1,000 for every weapon in a new ban, with an estimated $15 billion needed to buy back the 15 million weapons that he estimates are out there, adding that the government should “criminally prosecute any who choose to defy [the buyback] by keeping their weapons.”

“It’s no small sum,” the Democrat admitted. “Consider this an investment in averting carnage and heartache and loss.”

Swalwell, who is co-chair of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, also cited the teen survivors of the Parkland shooting.

“There’s something new and different about the surviving Parkland high schoolers’ demands. They dismiss the moral equivalence we’ve made for far too long regarding the Second Amendment,” he wrote. “I’ve been guilty of it myself, telling constituents and reporters that ‘we can protect the Second Amendment and protect lives.'”

Former combat veteran Joe Biggs called out Swalwell’s proposal as something that would set off a “war.”

Believing voluntary agreements hold the best potential for benefiting fisheries without severe losses to people, the California Farm Bureau Federation welcomed today’s state water board action to postpone a vote on a contested river-flows plan.

Acting on a request from Gov. Brown and Gov.-elect Newsom, the State Water Resources Control Board decided to delay until next month a decision on a plan to reallocate flows in the Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced rivers. Brown and Newsom said the additional time would allow for further negotiations on voluntary agreements with affected water users.

“Voluntary approaches that combine habitat improvements with well-planned, functional river flows offer the best hope for helping fish while maintaining the water rights people depend on,” CFBF President Jamie Johansson said. “Those voluntary approaches also provide the best hope for solutions that avoid long, drawn-out court cases that would only prolong the uncertainty for both people and the environment.”

Farm Bureau and 53 other organizations urged the water board this summer to reject a proposal from board staff to redirect flows in the rivers, and to pursue voluntary agreements that would lessen flow amounts but be more beneficial to fish populations.

“We’re pleased the governor and governor-elect recognize the clear benefits of voluntary actions,” Johansson said. “Imposing stringent regulatory requirements based on policies that have failed in the past would damage an important region of California without helping fish. We will work with the governor and governor-elect to assure that any future agreements lead to success for the environment and the economy.”

The California Farm Bureau Federation works to protect family farms and ranches on behalf of nearly 40,000 members statewide and as part of a nationwide network of more than 5.5 million Farm Bureau members.

Sacramento, Ca.

Distracted driving is a problem across all age groups. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) will address the challenges of distracted adult drivers, who are often role models for younger drivers, with the aid of a year-long grant. The Adult Distracted Driving (ADD) program, which started October 1, combines education and enforcement.

Each year, thousands of people are killed by distracted drivers and thousands more are injured. A change of driving habits can help stop distracted driving. The statewide ADD program has been launched in partnership with the California Office of Traffic Safety.

Drivers perceive that distracted driving is an increasing problem, ahead of traffic congestion, aggressive drivers, drugs, and drunk driving, a study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety revealed. Many adults also report using their cell phones illegally while driving, but do change their behavior in response to education or receiving a citation, the AAA Foundation has found. With the ADD grant, the CHP will complete a minimum of 60 distracted driving enforcement operations and at least 480 traffic safety presentations statewide by the end of September 2019.

“Your phone should not be your focus when you are driving. Your safety and the well-being of those around you are more important,” CHP Commissioner Warren Stanley said. “Nothing on your phone is worth endangering a life when you drive.”

Many distractions interfere with safe driving, but cell phones remain the top distraction. Using a cell phone, especially texting or emailing, is the most dangerous. Other distractions include eating, grooming, talking to passengers, operating a navigation system, and adjusting the radio.

Driving requires undivided attention. The ADD grant will help drivers understand how distracted driving in any form puts everyone on the road at risk.

Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

John 15v.13 says – Greater love (agape) has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

When you meet our American Military Veterans, remember they served our country to protect our freedoms. One of the best freedoms we have is religious. Americans can freely pursue Bible truth, about the God of our gospel, and share Jesus love and forgiveness freely in our churches: (see John 15v.8-12)

So how does one know, that a war veteran loved his country? He was willing to lay down his life, to protect the United States. How does a person know that Jesus loves them? He did give up his life, on a Roman cross, over 2,000 years ago to pay for all our sins against a holy God, see John 15v.12-17, key verse 13.

Stockton, Ca.

Larry Matulich

By: Mike Lee, Director, Yuba County Public Works Department

We’re in the late stages of fire season, which will soon give way to colder temperatures and wet weather, but it’s not over until it’s over. We saw recent proof of this – warm, dry and windy conditions that were so unstable PG&E opted to turn off power to thousands of customers, an unprecedented move. October might not always feel like fire season, with cozier temperatures and shorter days, but reducing potential ignition points and maintaining forest health are more important than ever to ensure the safety of homes, property, and lives during what is now considered the new “normal” California wildfire season.

To accomplish this, the Yuba County Public Works Department has maintained an ongoing relationship with the Yuba Watershed Protection and Fire Safe Council through its Roadside Fuel Reduction Program. This is a grant-funded program to assist with fuel reduction efforts along foothill roadways, as well as educate residents on how to become fire safe communities and the importance of defensible space.

The Roadside Fuel Reduction Program makes it easier for firefighters to work by reducing wildfire ignition points and creating fuel breaks along many key roads in the Yuba County foothills. Fuel reduction decreases the amount of combustible materials, such as vegetation, in order reduce the intensity of wildfires and how quickly they spread.

Reducing fuels along these roads will ultimately help prevent the spread of wildfires from the road corridor into the forest and residential properties, as well as provide improved access for evacuation and firefighting efforts. It will also connect fuel treatment work already completed to establish fuel breaks around nearby communities and reservoirs.

In addition to the roadside clearing, we’re working to educate residents about what they can do to contribute to fuel reduction efforts and stay fire ready. Especially in these fall months when dry vegetation is at its peak, it’s important to stay diligent in clearing individual properties and maintaining defensible space. It’s not only best practice to maintain defensible space of at least 100 feet in diameter around your home and any other structures by removing any combustible fuels like grass, brush, low-hanging limbs, woodpiles, etc. – it’s also the law (CA Public Resource Code (PRC 4291)). Make sure that all dead plants (including grass and weeds) and other combustible materials are completely removed within 30 feet of any structure, and from 30-100 feet of any structure you are maintaining reduced fuel loads and trimming grass to a maximum of four inches.

Historically, October is often a busy month for firefighters. It’s important to be aware, and get involved. By staying informed and attending Fire Safe Council meetings, you can be an advocate and help educate others in the area about fire risks and how to take the proper precautions. The next Fire Safe council meeting will be on November 14 at 9:30 a.m. at the Alcouffe Center in Oregon House. More information regarding the Roadside Fuel Reduction Program and the Yuba Watershed Protection and Fire Safe Council can be found at

Marysville, Ca.

Yuba Water Agency today announced the first results of its pilot project to help Yuba County residents conserve water and save money.

The agency partnered with PG&E and Richard Heath and Associates to bring water conservation measures to homes already being served by PG&E’s Energy Savings Assistance Program, which targets low-income residents for energy-saving improvements. The program officially launched in mid-September, with Yuba Water Agency covering the costs of toilet evaluations and replacements (if needed), outdoor water assessments, meter checks, leak detection and water conservation education, as well as providing conservation tools such as hose nozzles and shower timers.

In just the last two weeks of September, the program served 44 homes. While complete data for October is not yet available, early reports show that more than 100 homes were served in that month alone, now that the program is fully up and running, and contractors have worked through some of the initial growing pains.

While the program is operating throughout Yuba County in coordination with all of the regional water providers, Yuba Water Agency partnered with Linda County Water District specifically to ensure quality data for measuring the program’s success.

“This could be a huge benefit for the people of Yuba County who need it most,” said Yuba Water Agency Director Andy Vasquez. “When you live from paycheck to paycheck, the ability to conserve some water and potentially save hundreds of dollars per year on your water bill means you can spend that money on other things you truly need. It’s nice to see our water conservation efforts having such a personal impact for the people we serve.”

For more information about this water saving program and tips for how you can conserve water in your home, go to and search water conservation.

Meeting November 8, 2018

Yuba City, Ca.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa, Senator Nielsen, Assemblyman James Gallagher will be Keynote Speakers at the “Thursday November 8, 2018” meeting. Doors open at 11 A.M.

We are honored to have our Elected Legislators Congressman Doug LaMalfa, Senator Nielsen, and Assemblyman James Gallagher come and talk with us about their insight into the past election and their perception of many issues that we are facing in our state and the country. All are welcome reservations are required.

Our Buffet luncheon cost is $16, and the doors open at 11 am At Hillcrest Plaza in the Plaza Room 210 Julie Drive, Yuba City.

Reservations are necessary please call: Marcia 530-218-1203

Marysville, Ca.

For nearly 25 years, Greg and Kathleen Payne have been teaching Yuba County elementary school students about the life cycle of fish and the importance of a healthy watershed. That program received a boost today, with a grant from Yuba Water Agency to fund new equipment for this unique program.

As a part of the California Aquatics Education Program, often referred to as Fish in the Classroom, students set up aquariums in their classrooms and observe the early days of salmon or steelhead eggs. They maintain the water temperature to mimic river conditions and observe the different life stages before releasing them into the river to continue the journey on their own.

“This program allows the students to become bonded with nature and it helps them understand the importance of fish, the watershed, and how their everyday lives can impact the health of the river,” said Kathleen Payne, program organizer.

This $2,500 grant will allow the program organizers to purchase new fish chilling units necessary for keeping the classroom aquariums at the appropriate temperature for fish to grow, as well as transportation to and from the river to release the fish.

“This is one of my favorite programs to sponsor, said Yuba Water Agency General Manager Curt Aikens. “It’s so impressive when you hear the students recite all of the life cycles of the fish, and to know that they are developing an appreciation for the river and the fish at such a young age is great.”

Yuba Water Agency has supported the Fish in the Classroom program for more than 20 years by helping fund the maintenance and costs of the aquarium chillers and transportation.

Learn more about the program and watch a video featuring students and employees from Lone Tree Elementary and Linda Elementary schools:

Yuba City, Ca.

The Feather River Tea Party Patriots announced a Town Hall meeting with Paul Preston, President of the New California State movement, as the Special Guest Speaker Monday, November 5, 2018.

Paul Preston, Moderator and New California State President, will present a multi-media update as New California moves closer to becoming the 51st state in the Union.

New California is a new state in development exercising its Constitutional right to form from the State of California. The process to form New California is authorized and codified in Article 4 Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution.

After years of over taxation, regulation, and mono-party politics, the state of California and many of its 58 counties have become ungovernable with declines in essential basic services such as education, voter rights, fire protection, law enforcement, transportation, housing, health care, banking, state pension systems, prisons, water resource management, state parks, and infrastructure and increases in tyranny, crimes, poverty, and homelessness.

New California will be the 6th largest state (behind New York and larger than Illinois and Pennsylvania). It is estimated 25-27 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives will go to New California.

Everyone is welcome. There is no membership and no cost to attend. The Monday, November 5, 2018, Feather River Tea Party Patriots Town Hall meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp and will be held at Crossroads Community Church, 445 B Street, Yuba City. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.; come early to socialize with like-minded patriots, enjoy the refreshments, and get a good seat.

For more information contact Larry or Carla at (530) 713-6827

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association announced that the Fair Political Practices Commission has finally taken action against Los Angeles County for using taxpayer money to fund political ads touting Measure H, a sales tax increase. Specifically, the FPPC found probable cause to charge LA County, as well as the individual members of the Board of Supervisors, with 15 counts of campaign finance violations.
“This is obviously welcome action by the FPPC. We’ve waited a long time for this.” said Jon Coupal, President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, which filed the original complaint against the county on March 2, 2017. “As we head into the November election, local governments up and down California are illegally using taxpayer funds for political advocacy and failing to report the same as political contributions. We hope these findings by the FPPC serve as a huge shot across the bow to all government entities in California not to abuse taxpayers by using public funds for political activity.”
HJTA also filed a lawsuit against the County in Los Angeles Superior Court arising out of the same illegal activity. The courts have ruled “use of the public treasury to mount an election campaign which attempts to influence the resolution of issues which our Constitution leaves to the ‘free election’ of the people (see Const., art. II, § 2) ... presents a serious threat to the integrity of the electoral process.” Stanson v. Mott (1976) 17 Cal.3d 206, 218.
“Clearly, the county’s expenditure of public resources to advance Measure H violates core democratic principles by presenting unbalanced advocacy,” said HJTA President Jon Coupal.

Editors Note: There are close similarities to what Yuba County did in their promotions of Measure K

By Stephen Frank

The budget of the State of California is $202 billion. The actual, full budget is north of $250 billion—lots of tax increases in the budget. Brown also took money from health care, Prop. 56, and gave it to his favorite special interests. Yet, the State and local government want increased taxes, more bonds and bigger spending programs. You are being used as an ATM.

“When Californians vote in the November election, they will choose a new governor, decide 11 statewide propositions and face hundreds of local tax measures.

On the November ballot alone, there are 254 local tax measures – a 65 percent increase compared to the 2014 gubernatorial election – along with more than 100 bonds that would be repaid with property tax increases. Earlier this year, voters approved 55 of 85 local tax measures.

The influx of local taxes comes during of a time of steady economic growth and fiscal prosperity in California. Since July 2009, the beginning of the economic recovery, California’s general fund budget grew from $89.5 billion to $138.6 billion, an increase of 54.8 percent. During the same period, California built up a $19 billion rainy day reserve. “

Your pay check is being used to payoff the special interests and totalitarians. You work for the government—the government does not work for you. Get used to it, stop it or leave the State.

Marysville, Ca.

Yuba Water Agency today revealed its redesigned, more interactive website, further helping the nearly 60-year-old public agency develop a stronger relationship with the people of Yuba County.

The updated website follows the recent rebranding as Yuba Water Agency, and uses a simplified, user-friendly platform to house pertinent information about agency operations, current news, public documents and more.

“Our website is like a digital ‘front door’ to our organization,” said Yuba Water Agency General Manager Curt Aikens. “As we continue to grow our community outreach program and connect more with the people we serve in Yuba County, we want our website to better represent us as the high-performing organization we are, and - at the same time - to make it easier for us to be transparent about our operations.”

“For years, we have gone largely unnoticed by the public,” said Yuba Water Agency Board Chairman Brent Hastey. “We’re really making an effort to change that. This more engaging and interactive website will allow us to do a much better job of educating people about who we are and all of the great things we do for the people of Yuba County.”

The revamped website additionally allows members of the public to subscribe to updates for more information on agency operations, public meetings and specific topics of interest.

As part of the updated branding and new moniker, the website address has changed to

Yuba Water Agency is a stand-alone public agency governed by a board of seven elected officials to serve the people of Yuba County. Established by a special act of the California State Legislature in 1959, the agency’s primary missions are flood risk reduction, water supply, fish habitat protection and enhancement, hydroelectric generation, and recreation.

Yuba County, Ca.

Beginning December 3, 2018, the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office will be implementing an online process for issuing Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) licenses. The CCW process is currently a paper application submittal with hard copy files and multiple in-person visits to the office for the applicant during office hours, which YCSO will now be modernizing to a web-based digital process beginning in December. The computer program is called “Permitium”. It allows for new applicants and existing CCW holders to electronically apply, modify, renew, pay permit fees, and communicate with the Sheriff’s CCW staff from the comfort and convenience of your own home, on your own schedule.

In California, over 50% of all County Sheriff’s offices are using “Permitium” to process CCW licenses. We believe this new system will eliminate the need for applicants to make multiple trips to the Sheriff’s office and make the process of receiving and renewing CCW licenses faster and easier, as well as saving YCSO staff time and resources.

In order to transition from a paper system to a digital one; YCSO will be placing a temporary hold on CCW Processing beginning November 1 and resuming December 3, 2018; to allow us time to prepare the new system and procedures for launch. Current requirements and fees for a CCW in Yuba County can be viewed on our Sheriff website at, which will be updated with the new website link and instructions when the program goes online in December

S-Y Committee for the Formation of the state of Jefferson will be having additional meetings each month at different locations in Sutter and Yuba counties. The purpose of these smaller meetings is to allow you to ask the questions that concern you the most. You can have a one on one conversation with one of the regular members of the committee and get a more in depth answer if necessary.

First Informational Meeting will be from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

November 13th at Round Table Pizza , 202 Ninth St., Marysville

Come early at 6:00 pm to get some pizza and a drink.

We will still have our regular monthly meetings on the 4th (fourth) Monday of each month. OCTOBER 22ND is our next fourth Monday general meeting, at 1179 Eager Road, Yuba City, Church of Glad Tidings, Building 500, Room 209. (Please note the room change) We will hear from one of the attorneys about some new information on the CfFR (Californians for Fair Representation) court case and other great news. Doors open at 6:00 pm for social time and the meeting will start promptly at 6:30 pm.

For more information contact Becky: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PS: We are gathering raffle prizes for our big event next year. We already have a gorgeous silver belt buckle and will start selling tickets for that next month. (Who knows what kind of gun or? we will secure for raffle prizes.)


General Election Ballot Measures

Prop 1: Authorizes Bonds to Fund Specified Housing Assistance Programs- NO

Prop 2: Authorizes Bonds to Fund Existing Housing Program for Individuals with Mental Illness- NO

Prop 3: Authorizes Bonds to Fund Projects for Water Supply and Quality, Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Water Conveyance, and Groundwater Sustainability and Storage- NO

Prop 4: Authorizes Bonds Funding Construction at Hospitals Providing Children's Healthcare- NO

Prop 5: Changes Requirements for Certain Property Owners to Transfer Their Property Tax Base to Replacement Property- YES

Prop 6: Eliminates Certain Road Repair and Transportation Funding, Requires Certain Fuel Taxes and Vehicle Fees be Approved by The Electorate- YES

Prop 7: Conforms California Daylight Saving Time to Federal Law, Allows the Legislature to Change Daylight Saving Time Period- NO

Prop 8: Regulates Amount Kidney Dialysis Clinics Charge for Dialysis Treatment- NO

(From here we skip from Prop 8 to Prop 10. Prop 9 was removed from the ballot by the California Supreme Court)

Prop 10: Expands Local Governments' Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property- NO

Prop 11: Require Private-Sector Emergency Ambulance Employees to Remain On-Call During Work Breaks, Eliminates Certain Employer Liability- YES

Prop 12: Establishes New Standards for Confinement of Specified Farm Animals, Bans Sale of Non-Complying Product- NO

5th Supervisorial District only

by John Mistler

1.) When you look at the ballot you will not see my name.

2.) When you get to the County Supervisor part of the ballot you write in MISTLER on the blank line below the other two candidate's.

3.) Connect the arrow like you do on other parts of the ballot.

The Yuba County Board of Education, at its meeting on October 10, 2018, unanimously voted to appoint Marjorie Renicker to fill the vacant Trustee Area 1 seat. Marjorie has lived in Yuba County for over 38 years and is actively involved in many service clubs and organizations. "I’m very proud to have been appointed as the Area 1 representative for the YCOE Board of Trustees, and look forward to working with Superintendent Reveles and the other board members," said Marjorie. Yuba County Board President Eva Teagarden said this of Mrs. Renicker’s appointment, “We are very pleased to appoint Marjorie Renicker to fill the vacant District 1 Trustee position. We believe that her experience, insight and dedication to the students, families and community will be an asset to YCOE.”

Mrs. Renicker took the Oath of Office at the regular board meeting on December 12, 2018 at the Yuba County Office of Education, 935 14th Street in Marysville, beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Yuba City, Ca.

The Feather River Tea Party Patriots announced Ruth Weiss, VP Director of Education and Training, Election Integrity Project California, will be the Special Guest Speaker for their next meeting, Monday, October 15, 2018.

The Election Integrity Project (EIP) seeks to preserve a government of, by, and for the people. As a nonpartisan organization, the Election Integrity Project empowers citizen volunteers, through education and training to participate actively in protecting our freedoms and way of life.

There is a lot of anxiety about election corruption in the upcoming General Election in November. As you know, SB 450 was signed into law last year and Sutter County was originally selected as a pilot county for "Vote Centers" for the June 2018 primary. As a result of input from our Tea Party, our County Elections Officer opted out of the pilot.Ruth weis

Many are concerned about voter fraud and what we can do about it in a Sanctuary State environment where the Administration, including the Secretary of State and the Attorney General, allows full citizen benefits and voting rights to illegal aliens and felons in prison and dead people.

Ruth Weiss, VP Director of Education and Training, will address some disturbing info and some exciting things that have happened regarding non-citizen voting. She will be able to address the topic thoroughly. She will also focus on how voters can protect themselves in the changing voting systems of the future. The future isn’t as bright as “they” want us to believe. But voter education is key, and we can protect ourselves. We must have confidence in future election results. The main concern with the pilot “Vote Center” model of elections is that the opportunity for public oversight is greatly reduced. She will discuss a plan for modifying the EIP model of observation to fit the new situation and talk about how to build a team that will be effective, and how individuals can protect their own vote. Open to audience Q&A to follow.

Don’t forget – Our regular feature In The News with Paul Preston, Agenda 21 Radio, will follow our Special Guest Speaker. Paul will be discussing events of the day.

Everyone is welcome. There is no membership and no cost to attend. The Feather River Tea Party Patriots meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp and will be held at the Crossroads Community Church, 445 B Street, Yuba City. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.; come early to register, socialize with like-minded patriots, and get a good seat. For more information contact Larry or Carla at (530) 755-4409.

The newly revised North American Free Trade Agreement, renamed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, promises to ease export of California-grown farm products, according to the California Farm Bureau Federation.

“The newly announced U.S.-Canada agreement, in combination with the earlier agreement between the U.S. and Mexico, strengthens relations with two key trading partners,” CFBF President Jamie Johansson said, “and we urge Congress to ratify the USMCA without delay.”

Johansson said the agreement will provide California farmers and ranchers with “much-needed certainty” in key export markets.

“We applaud the three governments for working to modernize the agricultural chapters in the agreement,” he said. “It’s a welcome development at a time when farmers have faced obstacles in selling their products to foreign customers.”

Canada represents the second-largest market for California agricultural exports, with sales of more than $3.3 billion in 2016—the most recent year for which full statistics are available. Mexico is the No. 5 foreign market for California farm products, with sales of just more than $1 billion in 2016.

“Agricultural exports support thousands of jobs in California, both in rural areas where crops and commodities are grown and packed, and in urban centers from which products are marketed and shipped,” Johansson said. “We hope the agreements with Mexico and now with Canada lead to further easing of trade restrictions.”

The new agreements leave in effect Canadian and Mexican retaliatory tariffs on farm goods imposed after the U.S. placed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Johansson urged U.S. negotiators to reach agreements on those issues as soon as possible.“We’ve seen California farmers, ranchers and agricultural marketers lose sales because of the retaliatory tariffs from Canada, Mexico and in particular from China,” he said. “Until those tariffs come off, farmers won’t see the full benefit of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement.”

Yuba City, Ca.

“Thursday October 18, 2018 the Sutter Yuba Women Federated will hold a Buffet luncheon, cost is $16, and the doors open at 11 am. at Hillcrest Plaza in the Plaza Room 210 Julie Drive, Yuba City.

The Republican Candidates Forum Moderator is Bob Harlan

Republican Candidates from Sutter County attending will be Yuba City Council - Incumbent John Buckland, Incumbent Stanley Cleveland, and Candidates Daria Ali; Marc Boomgaarden; Dave Shaw. and Superintendent of schools Candidate Tom Reusser.

Republican Candidates from Yuba County attending will be Incumbent Supervisor District 5 - Randal Fletcher, and write in Candidate John Mistler. Supervisor District 1 - Incumbent Andrew Vasquez. And North Yuba Water District – Incumbent Don Forguson.

With Special Guest Assemblyman Gallagher and Candidate Charlie Schaupp for Congress District 3 who will give the Flag Salute with that special touch of Patriotism he does so well.

Reservations are a must call: Marcia 530-218-1203