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Rose Fellow Doug Johnson on Ballot Designation Challenges

On March 23rd, the San Bernardino Sun published an article titled “Ramos funds legal action against opponent Derry, seeking removal of term ‘businessman’.” The article centers on the request of a supporter of Board of Supervisors candidate James Ramos’ for a judge to order Ramos’ opponent, incumbent Niel Derry, to remove the word businessman from Derry’s ballot statement. 

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Rose's Johnson on hiring former city clerks for elections

On November 29th, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune ran an article titled “La Puente selects former city manager to run city’s election” regarding the debate over bringing back a controversial city figure to conduct La Puente’s first city-run election. The article cites fellow Doug Johnson, referring to him as a “local government expert”.


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Rose Fellow Johnson on Altadena, CA

A June 3 article in the Altadena Patch cited Rose Institute Fellow Doug Johnson on the possible effects of redistricting on the city of Altadena. The article is titled “Will Redistricting Unify Altadena or Keep it Split?” In the article, Johnson says, “that Altadena has been an easy target for division in the past” and… Continue Reading