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October 24, 2001
I'm amazed the Foothill Leader published Ann Doneen's unprofessional Oct. 20 column, "Knocking on the doors of the devious." Incredibly, in an apparent effort to create controversy and divide us, she morphed my personal participation in efforts aimed at pressuring the La Canada Flintridge City Council into reversing its decision to hear public comment at the end of meetings rather than at the beginning into a campaign to...
NEWS
February 24, 2004
Distorting the truth only hurts the GOP Well, we have had Martin Truitt accuse Dave Wilcox of being a Nazi, a Libertarian, a convicted felon and now a racist. Truitt's problem is that all of these accusations are lies. It is well known that Truitt pretended to support Dave Wilcox and attended meetings to plan his campaign, but in reality was spying for Lynn Gabriel. He denies this by saying he wasn't committed [to Wilcox], but to Republicans. That is the equivalent of Bill Clinton saying it depends on what the meaning of "is is."
NEWS
January 30, 2004
Ryan Carter This is part of an occasional series of profiles on local candidates running in the March 2 primary election. LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- In the late 1960s, Dave Wilcox read the book "Cliches of Socialism." It changed his life. "That really did it," he said. "I couldn't understand why anyone would want to be socialist. How could anyone buy into the ideas of socialism?" He has been a staunch Republican ever since. Wilcox touts the ideologies of Republicans such as Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan.
NEWS
September 1, 2003
Gary Moskowitz Dave Wilcox asked fellow Republicans this weekend to vote for the recall of Gov. Gray Davis, calling Davis' term a "vacuum of leadership." Wilcox, Assemblyman Dennis Mountjoy (R-La Crescenta) and spokesmen for the La Canada Flintridge Republican Committee spoke in favor of Davis' recall to about 50 people who attended a "Barbecue and Yes on Recall Rally" on Saturday at a private residence in La Canada Flintridge. Wilcox, who is running in the election for the 44th Assembly District seat in 2004, said the recall of Davis would be the beginning of an effort to replace Democratic legislators with Republicans.
NEWS
April 23, 2003
Defense of Liu simply won't wash Suzanne Reed, Assemblywoman Carol Liu's chief of staff, gave a rebuttal to Dave Wilcox in last week's paper that is too apropos of those whose belief in big government is unending. That belief is based on the assumption that no one is responsible for anything except big evil corporations. Therefore, why should Ms. Liu be responsible for filing misinformation or making sure amended fillings are part of the available public record?
NEWS
February 22, 2002
Marshall Allen LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Just because 1,251 La Canada Flintridge residents signed a petition doesn't mean an issue is legitimate, according to City Councilman Dave Spence. At Tuesday's La Canada Flintridge City Council meeting, a group of activists delivered the petition opposing the council's decision to move public comment on nonagenda items to the end of its meetings. The council made its decision before its meetings started airing on cable television in September.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
Robert Chacon Hoping to boost President George W. Bush's re-election bid, the Foothill Republican Club has opened a new office in La Crescenta. The headquarters, at 2809 1/2 Foothill Blvd., will house a phone bank and will serve as a distribution center for bumper stickers, lawn signs and campaign literature from Sunland to La Canada Flintridge. The office was opened with $8,000 donated from the California Republican Party, but local GOP members will have to raise money to keep it open, headquarters manager Dave Wilcox said.
NEWS
December 23, 2003
Robert Chacon The March 2 primary election ballot will include the names of three locals who are running for state or federal office for the first time. The first timers are La Crescenta resident Bill Bodell, La Canada Flintridge resident Dave Wilcox and La Canada Flintridge businessman Sonny Sardo. The three Republicans are disappointed with how local incumbents have handled issues ranging from immigration and defense to taxes. Bodell is challenging Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Glendale)
NEWS
July 11, 2003
Ryan Carter The state budget stalemate is not only being debated by entrenched legislators in Sacramento, but in local circles, too. So far, political clubs in the area seem to be toeing the party line as a historic recall effort looms and budget wrangling drags on. For Dave Wilcox, a La Canada Flintridge resident and founder of the Foothills Republican Club, the recall effort against Gov. Gray Davis is one of...
NEWS
August 1, 2003
Kindly donate paintings back to artist Thank you for publishing letters in the Community Forum concerning Mr. Zadikian's painting donation to the city with a price tag of $20K. My friends and I, although not surprised, are truly bothered by this action. Please give his works back to him. Thank you. SOSEH HAROUTYOUNYAN Glendale Stop Liu's taking and spending ways If Dave Wilcox has "never run for election," then why does Carol Liu have her "running shoes" on?
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NEWS
July 27, 2004
Robert Chacon Hoping to boost President George W. Bush's re-election bid, the Foothill Republican Club has opened a new office in La Crescenta. The headquarters, at 2809 1/2 Foothill Blvd., will house a phone bank and will serve as a distribution center for bumper stickers, lawn signs and campaign literature from Sunland to La Canada Flintridge. The office was opened with $8,000 donated from the California Republican Party, but local GOP members will have to raise money to keep it open, headquarters manager Dave Wilcox said.
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NEWS
February 24, 2004
Distorting the truth only hurts the GOP Well, we have had Martin Truitt accuse Dave Wilcox of being a Nazi, a Libertarian, a convicted felon and now a racist. Truitt's problem is that all of these accusations are lies. It is well known that Truitt pretended to support Dave Wilcox and attended meetings to plan his campaign, but in reality was spying for Lynn Gabriel. He denies this by saying he wasn't committed [to Wilcox], but to Republicans. That is the equivalent of Bill Clinton saying it depends on what the meaning of "is is."
NEWS
January 30, 2004
Ryan Carter This is part of an occasional series of profiles on local candidates running in the March 2 primary election. LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- In the late 1960s, Dave Wilcox read the book "Cliches of Socialism." It changed his life. "That really did it," he said. "I couldn't understand why anyone would want to be socialist. How could anyone buy into the ideas of socialism?" He has been a staunch Republican ever since. Wilcox touts the ideologies of Republicans such as Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan.
NEWS
January 17, 2004
Davitt is guest on 'ABCTV Live' GLENDALE -- Glendale Community College President John Davitt will appear on "ABCTV Live with Vrej Agajanian" from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday. The weekly program will air on Charter Communications Channel 26. "ABCTV Live" is a bilingual program that airs in English and Armenian every Sunday. Agajanian will ask Davitt about what type of qualifications the college will be looking for in the person who replaces Davitt.
NEWS
December 23, 2003
Robert Chacon The March 2 primary election ballot will include the names of three locals who are running for state or federal office for the first time. The first timers are La Crescenta resident Bill Bodell, La Canada Flintridge resident Dave Wilcox and La Canada Flintridge businessman Sonny Sardo. The three Republicans are disappointed with how local incumbents have handled issues ranging from immigration and defense to taxes. Bodell is challenging Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Glendale)
NEWS
September 1, 2003
Gary Moskowitz Dave Wilcox asked fellow Republicans this weekend to vote for the recall of Gov. Gray Davis, calling Davis' term a "vacuum of leadership." Wilcox, Assemblyman Dennis Mountjoy (R-La Crescenta) and spokesmen for the La Canada Flintridge Republican Committee spoke in favor of Davis' recall to about 50 people who attended a "Barbecue and Yes on Recall Rally" on Saturday at a private residence in La Canada Flintridge. Wilcox, who is running in the election for the 44th Assembly District seat in 2004, said the recall of Davis would be the beginning of an effort to replace Democratic legislators with Republicans.
NEWS
August 1, 2003
Kindly donate paintings back to artist Thank you for publishing letters in the Community Forum concerning Mr. Zadikian's painting donation to the city with a price tag of $20K. My friends and I, although not surprised, are truly bothered by this action. Please give his works back to him. Thank you. SOSEH HAROUTYOUNYAN Glendale Stop Liu's taking and spending ways If Dave Wilcox has "never run for election," then why does Carol Liu have her "running shoes" on?
NEWS
July 11, 2003
Ryan Carter The state budget stalemate is not only being debated by entrenched legislators in Sacramento, but in local circles, too. So far, political clubs in the area seem to be toeing the party line as a historic recall effort looms and budget wrangling drags on. For Dave Wilcox, a La Canada Flintridge resident and founder of the Foothills Republican Club, the recall effort against Gov. Gray Davis is one of...
NEWS
April 23, 2003
Defense of Liu simply won't wash Suzanne Reed, Assemblywoman Carol Liu's chief of staff, gave a rebuttal to Dave Wilcox in last week's paper that is too apropos of those whose belief in big government is unending. That belief is based on the assumption that no one is responsible for anything except big evil corporations. Therefore, why should Ms. Liu be responsible for filing misinformation or making sure amended fillings are part of the available public record?
NEWS
February 22, 2002
Marshall Allen LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Just because 1,251 La Canada Flintridge residents signed a petition doesn't mean an issue is legitimate, according to City Councilman Dave Spence. At Tuesday's La Canada Flintridge City Council meeting, a group of activists delivered the petition opposing the council's decision to move public comment on nonagenda items to the end of its meetings. The council made its decision before its meetings started airing on cable television in September.
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