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12R Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Report er Age: 62 Occupation: State Assemblyman, Fifth District Sacramento and Placer counties Residence: Fair Oaks Family: Wife, Mary; five children, four grandchildren Quotable quote: "I'm running for the sen- ator for the First Senate District because Dave Cox told me to and he said I had to win. If any of you know Dave Cox, you know you don't argue with Dave Cox." Joshua Sebold Staff Writer jsebold@plumasnews.com The Graeagle Tea Party Patriots hosted a debate Saturday, Sept. 11, for Republican candidates hoping to replace the late Dave Cox in the state senate. State assemblymen Ted Gaines and Roger Niello answered the call. Whoever wins the Republican nomination on the November ballot will be a heavy favorite in the general election scheduled for January. RePublican Barbara Alby, currently serving on the state Board of Equalization, announced her candidacy for Cox's seat late last week. Age: 52 Occupation: State Assemblyman, Fourth District -- Alpine, Placer, El Dorado and Sacramento counties Residence: Rosevill e Family: Wife, Beth; six children Quotable quote: "California is in crisis; the state of California is bankrupt, and we need to figure out a path to run the state in an efficient manner like we run our businesses." Conservative economics Niello: Record of conservative leadership Assembly career at forefront regulatory and tort reform of budget, Gaines: Believes overregulation is strangling the economy. Would repeal septic regulations Supports Proposition 23, to suspend Global Warming Act of 2006 until unemployment sinks to 5.5 percent deal, with temporary tax increases;.to gala valuable and believes the state avoided an economic A~:G~es 0frej~g:!~ear!y ~:spending Cuts in the Fdbruary 2009 budget deal :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .......... : : ::!~ :: ::::::::::::::::::::: in Current $19 The pledge Niello: Argued that Gaines violated pledges in the past. Unwilling to sign pledges because it mad it too easy for people to pressure you to sign them for other causes you didn't believe in. Gaines: Willing to sign the pledge to vote for no new taxes, to cut spending, and to search constantly for ways to make .government smaller. IIir /11 ilrlrrlrllrl ii i Sudoku Puzzle #1935-D Difficult ACROSS 1. Chocolate-like legume 6. Con job 10. Ready to eat 14. Don Ha "hi" 15. Seward Peninsula port ' 16. Indian tourist town 17. Breakfast from a carton 20. Really blow it 21. "Penguin Island" novelist France 22. Barker and Bell 23. Seafarers' assents 24. Like the hills? 25. Spider's handiwork 28. Beaten in the ring, briefly 30. Numbered rd. 32. Wrigley field flora 33. Movie theaters 35. Le Sage's "GU " 39. Do a fall chore 43. Seat for a tot 44. Leading printer maker 45. Amigo of Fidel At the Starting Line t 14 17 m ~0 ~5 .~6 32 i m 39 m J 43 51 52 58 64 66 I I 69 i i American Prolile Hometown Content 71. Arrive, as darkness .~3 I I 49 65 ~7 38 mm im B2 63 915/2010 11. Hemispherical home 12. Breck competitor 13. Facilitated 18. Humphrey's '68 47. Steffi of tennis 48. Escaped '51. Chuck 52. Greenwich guy 53. Martin's "That's 46. Humpty Dumpty, DOWN e.g. 1. Ric Ocasek's 49. Mata running mate " 50. Londo-~s band, with "The" 2. One of the 19. one (swindle) 55. C-ountry's Griffith Gardens -- Baldwins 23. L-ong Island 57. Farming major 51. Pugs' org. 3. Greasepaint university 59. A long way off 54. Rice-A- 25. Detergent name60. Catchall 56. Birds-fe"~her . sound? 4." Golden 26. Neck and neck abbreviation connector . S~-ppers 27. Computer ~ata 61. Tuna,and-cheese 58. Kazakhstan's unit , sandwich capital, as it was5.. Lifeguard show featuring Pamela 29. Fairy tale opener 62. "... __ can't get once spelled Anderson 31. Tidal reflux up!" 60. Perplexing people 6. Barber-shop 34. Three-time 60-63. Ollie's pal 64. Stray from the homer man 65. The whole subject sound 66. Gumbo veggie 7. Watergate Sammy schmear 67. USC rival prosecutor 36. Be deficient in 68. Comic Radner Archibald 37. Need liniment 69. At no time, 8. Home products 38. Distort; as data poetically company 40, Comfy shirt 9. More malicious 41. Blunt cigar 70. Use a harrow 10. Huck Finn's 42. Shiv attacks transport Home Entertainment Systems I~ ~ ~-~:~ .I Photo Restoration , -" & "in theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is." rge Format Printing -- Yogi Berra (1925-) Private Showings Call for Appointment 3215 Hill Crest Driveo Hamilton Branch www.TrebesDesig ns.com 530-596-4166 PamTrebesPhotography.com (