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29 January 2008

Episode 016... Hannah-Beth Jackson: State Senate Candidate

This episode features interviews with State Senate Candidate Hannah-Beth Jackson, talking with OLPA co-Producers Cathy Murillo and David Pritchett.

Since Proposition 93 failed on the Feb. 2008 State ballot, which would have allowed the incumbent State Senator (Tom McClintock) to run for even more terms in office, this legislative seat for State Senate District 19 will have no incumbent defending it during the Nov. 2008 election. Accordingly, the race is open and is expected to be one of the most expensive and contentious State Senate elections then, with Democrat Hannah-Beth Jackson battling Republican Tony Strickland. They both are expected to have no difficulty in securing their respective Party nominations during the State Primary election in June 2008.

In this video, interview topics discussed with Jackson include health care insurance reform, off-shore oil development, sustainable urban planning, health care insurance reform, State budget crisis, Ventura County issues (including Rocketdyne), health care insurance reform, water quality legislation, her 6-year record in the State Assembly, health care insurance reform, and her expected Republican opponent.

The interview was recorded 27Nov.2007 at downtown Santa Barbara and 01Dec.2007 at Arroyo Burro Beach in Santa Barbara. The TV-17 replays of this video started 06Feb.2008 and replayed 18 times until 03Mar.2008.

SCHEDULE of the extra replays in addition to usual 4x per week replays
Friday, 02/08/2008, 08:30 PM --extra timeslot
Wednesday, 02/13/2008, 11:30 AM --extra timeslot
Wednesday, 02/13/2008, 9:30 PM --extra timeslot

Watch the Video of this show!! (28 minutes)
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