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15
Oct
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Strickland says he's the best fit for his hometown

When Mayor Bob Huber first came to Simi Valley it was to take over the operations of a mortuary on the site of what is now the city’s Cultural Arts Center.

He made an acquaintance then with a family that lived just down Church Street from his business, Don and Toni Strickland.

He would later...

30
Sep
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Details a pattern of illegal and unethical campaign finance practices

Simi Valley, CA –  Today, Tony Strickland’s campaign for Congress announced that it had filed a complaint against Steve Knight with the Federal Election Commission after repeated campaign finance law violations by Knight’s campaign.  

“Over the course of this...

29
Sep
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Says Representatives shouldn’t get paid if they don’t pass a budget

Simi Valley, CA – Today, 25th District Congressional candidate Tony Strickland announced the release of the first television ad of the general election, titled “Budget”.

“It’s about time Washington gets the job done,” said Strickland.  “The first step to...

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