We were only 127 votes short
Last updated 2/5/2009 at Noon
I wish to thank the many FPUD ratepayers who voted for me; we were 127 votes short. Keith Battle is a registered Oceanside Lobbyist, which means he makes his living by lobbying politicians for favorable legislation to businesses.
For example, in 2002 ex-Congressman Ron Packard received approximately $230,000 from FPUD, for a two-year contract, to lobby Congressman Issa for the Santa Margarita River Project.
My wife blames the Fallbrook Village News for my loss because someone (possibly the publisher) altered my ad in the Village News by eliminating the wording that I was “the only candi...