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Terry Phillips at CSUB Club GEN Register to Vote Booth

Sep 18, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

Terry visited the CSUB Club GEN Register to Vote booth on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012. He talked with students about issues like Pell grants, the cost of tuition, and the rising cost of textbooks. Terry also talked with organizers from the Video Game Voters network who were also encouraging students to register to vote. Take a ...

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TERRY PHILLIPS VOTES IN JUNE PRIMARY

Jun 4, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

Bakersfield, CA – On Tuesday, June 5, at 10:00 AM, Terry Phillips will go to his polling place and vote in the June Primary Elections. Phillips, an independent candidate running for the 23rd Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, will cast his ballot at the Westside Church of Christ, 7300 Stockdale Highway at ...

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VOTE!

Jun 2, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

Candidates try to turn out the vote -- but will it matter? BY ANTONIE BOESSENKOOL The Bakersfield Californian staff writer June 2, 2012 Terry Phillips, who's running without a party affiliation against two Republicans, Rep. Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield and Eric Parker of Mojave, planned to be at a Latino food festival over the weekend. He said he'd ...

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On the air!

May 31, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

    Phillips For Congress radio spot - English Listen to our first radio spot.   Phillips for Congress radio spot - Spanish And in Spanish.      

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Valley Workers Support Terry Phillips for Congress

May 29, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

Election Notebook Tuesday, May 30 2012 By The Bakersfield Californian Congressional candidate Terry Phillips announced several endorsements over the weekend in his bid to oust Kevin McCarthy. Phillips is running in the newly drawn 23rd Congressional District, challenging incumbent Republican McCarthy, the House majority whip. Phillips is registered without a party affiliation. The California Labor Federation, representing 2.1 million union employees in ...

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Armenian newspaper

May 24, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

The California Courier May 24, 2012  

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Send McCarthy back to his deli

May 21, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

The Bakersfield Californian Letters to the Editor May 21, 2012 The Californian recommends Kevin McCarthy, while at the same time telling us why we shouldn't vote for him ("Send Kevin McCarthy back to Congress," May 13). The newspaper's editorial claims that we should support him because of the power that he has in Washington, yet all of this power ...

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Terry Phillips at Tulare Latino PAC

May 18, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

The Latino Political Action Committee will host a candidate endorsement dinner May 19 in Tulare. Written by DAVID CASTELLON Visalia Times-Delta May 11, 2012 Former state Sen. Gloria Romero will host the event, which starts at 6 p.m. at the Tulare Senior Community Center, 201 North F St. Candidates scheduled to attend are: » Terry Phillips, 23rd Congressional District » Otto Lee, ...

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McCarthy the ‘Old Blunderbuss’

May 15, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

Letter to the editor The Bakersfield Californian May 15 2012 The editorial board of The Californian, in its May 13 editorial, "Send Kevin McCarthy back to Congress," offers all of the reasons why Kevin McCarthy should be voted out of office... Click here to read the entire letter.

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McCarthy damned with faint praise

May 13, 2012 No Comments ›› Terry Phillips

The Bakersfield Californian May 13, 2012 McCarthy's constituents are surely among the vast number of Americans fed up with the degree of polarization and partisanship that seem to drag down every debate in Congress. For all the focus on his own party these past two years, there's no clear, nor realistic, vision of where the GOP wants ...

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