Blog: Does Holden's Big Name Add up to Big Spending?

Local Candidate Information.

Not much is being said about all the years Holden has been occupying public offices in terms of Record, but some things were said in the Sierra Madre Tattler paper that should be seen.

I live in Beautiful Altadena, but worship in Sierra Madre, and found it very interesting to hear about some of the connections, and understand why our local paper, The Star News has come out in support of Donna Lowe rather than Chris Holden. If you are interested , and on the fence about who to Vote for, perhaps a glance at the Tattler would be advised. 


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Chris Koerber November 03, 2012 at 10:28 PM
Why won't Chris Holden come clean on the 710 Freeway? At the KPCC candidate forum for this year's primary for the CA 41st Assembly District he said he "wasn't in favor of the surface solution." As a Sierra Madre City Council Member, I was proud to vote "Yes" in the 5-0 Council vote against the 710 Tunnel that would dump even more traffic onto the 210 Freeway "parking lot". I've also endorsed Donna Lowe, the ONLY candidate in the 41st Assemble District race who opposes the 710 freeway in our San Gabriel Valley.
Jay Tee November 05, 2012 at 06:06 AM
HOLDEN is the worse type of entrenched politician. And yes he would run a freeway right through our cities if he could grease his palms with tax payer dollars. Donna Lowe is a fresh start for Pasadena I know that!


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