Anderson leads Supervisor Stone for 36th Senate race
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
Issue 23, Volume 14.
According to the State of California Registrar of Voters, as of 12:55 am Wednesday morning, with 43 percent (268 out of 617) precincts reporting, Joel Anderson is moving ahead with 43 percent of the vote. Supervisor Stone has 27 percent, Ken Dickson 20 percent, and Pastor Stephens 9.6 percent.
Paul Clay is the lone contender on the Democratic ticket and has garnered 100 percent of the vote. In November the GOP nominee will square off against the Democratic nominee to fill the seat being vacated by Senator Hollingsworth who was termed out.
State Senate District 36 Democratic
43.4% (268/617) Vote Totals Pct.
Paul Clay 19,186 100.0%
State Senate District 36 Republican
Joel Anderson 17,801 43.0%
Kenneth Dickson 8,385 20.2%
[ Berry-Bell and Hall Mortuary ] Stephens 4,011 9.6%
Jeff Stone 11,250 27.2%
In a race to see who will succeed Senator Dennis Hollingsworth in the 36th Senate race, it appears Assemblyman Joel Anderson has the lead. As of 11:30 pm election night, Assemblyman Anderson, R-La Mesa, has 42 percent of the vote over Supervisor Jeff Stone, R-Temecula's, 27 percent. With 145 of the 617 precincts counted, it is too early to tell concretely, and Murrieta school Trustee Ken Dickson is not far behind Supervisor Stone in the race for the GOP nomination with a respectable 21 percent. The fourth contender, Pastor Greg Stephens, has 10 percent of the vote.
The district covers northern and eastern San Diego County, including the towns of Fallbrook, DeLuz, Rainbow, Julian, Ramona, Santee, El Cajon, and Valley Center. Temecula, Murrieta, and Wildomar are included in the Riverside county district portion.
Comment #1 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 7:53 am
I'd like to think that Stone sealed his fate when he went out of his way to trample the peoples' rights to protest peacefully with unneeded legislation. I'm glad for those in Ca. they will be better served by anyone other than a cult apologist.
Comment #2 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 7:53 am
The smell of Jeff Stone's fail is so strong, I am enjoying it all the way in Ohio.
Comment #3 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 7:53 am
Good-bye Jeff Stone. It looks like being a shameless cult stooge didn't help your career after all.
Comment #4 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 7:54 am
Anderson wins state Senate Republican primary....
STATE SENATE 36TH DISTRICT - REPUBLICAN [top]
GREG STEPHENS - REP 3839 9.65%
KENNETH C. DICKSON - REP 7925 19.93%
JEFF STONE - REP 9942 25.0%
JOEL ANDERSON - REP 18061 45.42%
|Tsu Doh Nimh|
Comment #5 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:00 am
Remember, Jeff, we'll be there for the rest of your career. Railroading through legislation written by the shyster for that criminal cult was the biggest mistake you ever made.
|Fed Up with Jeff|
Comment #6 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 11:02 am
Hot dog, Jeff bites the dust. He and his smug sister can now move into one of those dumps they rent to seniors in Murrieta Hot Springs.
Comment #7 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 11:04 am
now if the temecula valley can rid themselves from this fine piece of political junk. thanks to all the temecula(orange county implants) they appear to finally get the message....he's done nothing for them but clean out their kids college funds. best news for a wonderful morning, as I am glad for me helping get this puke out of our 36th district polotics and beyond. jeff stone you finally been paid back for all you took from the valley people. hope that volunteer job is working for you? hopefully you'll find some other town to bamboozle. best day for temecula reject this guy for now and good bye stoner!
Comment #8 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 4:19 pm
Looks like the good people of Riverside County are well aware of the terrible cult-base and its public stooges. We should all pray for the poor souls locked up behind the barbed wire, motion sensors and guards every time we drive past their creepy faux-scottish compound.
Comment #9 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 4:32 pm
Yeeks sounds creepy.... where is that place? East Riv Co?
|call me xenu|
Comment #10 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:15 pm
Actually, Its called "Golden Era Productions" and it's run by the Church of Scientology's elite, highly secretive "Sea Org" unit in Gilman Hot Springs,CA between Hemet and San Jacinto. Google Jeff Stone and Scientology for the real story. One of the scariest places on earth...
Comment #11 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:16 pm
The only thing Jeff Stone is good for is to keep a door open!
|A Non Emus|
Comment #12 | Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:16 pm
Hooking up with Scientology didn't work for Tom Cruise, and it failed for Jeff Stone, too.
Comment #13 | Thursday, Jun 10, 2010 at 5:41 am
Wow, the Kharmic wheel turned more quickly than expected.
See ya, Jeff.
Did Stone know the Riv Co Supervisor meetings were taped and then posted on the www? If so, he's dumber than he thought we are! If not, he's just dumb... really dumb.
What will his sister do for a living now that she can't be paid exorbiant sums for "volunteering" and the campign funds are dried up? Back to hairdressing?
Comment #14 | Thursday, Jun 10, 2010 at 11:51 am
As an interested observer from "across the pond" , I watched with disbelief as Mr Stone ran roughshod over the genuine and well voiced concerns of his constituents, it seems what goes around , does indeed come around. The lesson here Mr Stone appears to be, mess with the folks who vote for you, and they will gladly return the favour !!! "the red light blinking in the corner of your eye , that's you career dissipation light ,the faster it blinks , the shorter your career"
Comment #15 | Monday, Jun 14, 2010 at 7:33 am
This article has been posted for 5 days. How about getting rid of it !
Comment #16 | Monday, Jun 14, 2010 at 6:03 pm
village news must be on vacation - same stories posted for a week now...snooooze.
Comment #17 | Wednesday, Jun 23, 2010 at 9:27 pm
Snooze my a..!! This guy had it commin
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Comment #18 | Thursday, Jun 24, 2010 at 5:03 pm
This is the best news for RivCo (and us folks that are against the abuses of the cult and corruption of govt officials) EVER! I am gonna go party hardy!!!! YIPPEE!!! Good riddance cult shill Stone! Karma is a b****...and we kept telling you so, but you didn`t listen.