Vincent Casalaina 
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Re: “The Express' Endorsements So Far

In Ad15 there is a clear difference between the two candidates. Tony Thurmond has a record of finding solutions to problems and taking tough votes on issues he believes in. Tony was the deciding vote to keep heavy crude out of the Richmond refinery. He stopped Chevron from self permitting changes to the refinery and forced them to go through the normal planning process. These are not the kinds of actions that would endear him to "big oil". Even though Echols worked for the Green Building Council she does not have a record of how she would vote on tough issue to run on.

I support Tony Thurmond because I've seen the things he's accomplished on the Richmond City Council and on the West Contra Costa School Board. If you look at his record his stands have been consistent. There's no reason to believe he'll be different if elected to serve in Sacramento.

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Posted by Vincent Casalaina on 10/17/2014 at 9:37 AM

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