Meet Doug Husen

Check Your Mailbox this Weekend!  This is the one direct mail, campaign piece you’ll actually enjoy reading. On September 27 – District 4 residents will “MEET DOUG HUSEN” when his postcard arrives in the mail. See his wonderful family and newest granddaughter.  Don’t want to wait?  See it ahead

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Wore Out My Shoes

Walking the neighborhood with family, friends, and volunteers. I wore out my good shoes. Lol. My friend Johnny offered to buy new ones.

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Meeting Neighbors and Hearing Concerns

Sharing my story with neighbors and friends… and hearing their priorities. It turns out Traffic is a big concern. See the creative ideas for Improving Traffic that I have for this big problem that is sucking the life out of us. http://www.doughusen.com/improving-traffic/

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I want to be the man who Saves California

The great state of California has well over $100 Billion in debt obligations. Our annual revenues are roughly $90 Billion. Of which we will overspend again this year (known as the "Deficit") by somewhere in the neighborhood of $10 Billion. Racking up an amazing and soon to be un-serviceable

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Candidate Interview (part 5 of 5) Pro Family Council

Recently I was interviewed and asked to share my policy positions by the Corona Norco Teachers Association CNTA, Press Enterprise reporter Dayna Strahley, Realtors Board, and Corona - Norco Pro Family Council. Following are excerpts to help you understand my approach to School Board governance

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Its Public Service, not Politics

I was asked by a friend “how long have you wanted to go into politics?” I surprised them a bit, when I said, “Its public service, not politics”! And its true. A man of God’s first ministry (service) is within his family, then within his church, and then within his

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A wonderful leader at the helm!

Last friday I had the opportunity to spend some time with our Superintendent, Dr. Kent Bechler. Dr. Bechler's passion for education, commitment to what he calls "rigorous standards", and insight made our conversation fascinating. The time flew by... we looked at the time on our iPhones and

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Government is not the Hope of the World

In 2007, I decided to throw my hat in the political ring and run for California State Assembly against one of the most powerful, influential and well-known Republicans in the state- Roger Niello of the 5th District. My slogan was (and remains today), “If a Republican can’t stop

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