Lodinews.com

default avatar
Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below.
|
||
Logout|My Dashboard

Jerry McNerney, Ricky Gill begin preparing for general election

Print
Font Size:
Default font size
Larger font size

Posted: Thursday, June 7, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 6:29 am, Thu Jun 7, 2012.

Incumbent Democrat Rep. Jerry McNerney and Republican Ricky Gill will face off in the November election, and both said their No. 1 priority is jump-starting the economy.

With all of the 429 precincts reporting Wednesday afternoon, McNerney led the three candidates with 35,088 votes, or 48.4 percent, and Gill came in second with 28,652 votes, or 39.5 percent. John McDonald, also a Republican, was knocked out of the race after receiving only 8,792 votes, or 12.1 percent.

Subscription Required

An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.

Have an online subscription?

Login now

Need an online subscription?

Subscribe

Login

You must login to view the full content on this page.

Thank you for reading 20 free articles on our site. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 20 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription at this time and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information. If you need help, please contact our office at 209-369-2761. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.

Have an online subscription?

Login now

Need an online subscription?

Subscribe

Login

More about

More about

More about

Rules of Conduct

  • 1 Use your real name. You must register with your full first and last name before you can comment. (And don’t pretend you’re someone else.)
  • 2 Keep it clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually oriented language.
  • 3 Don’t threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
  • 4 Be truthful. Don't lie about anyone or anything. Don't post unsubstantiated allegations, rumors or gossip that could harm the reputation of a person, company or organization.
  • 5 Be nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
  • 6 Stay on topic. Make sure your comments are about the story. Don’t insult each other.
  • 7 Tell us if the discussion is getting out of hand. Use the ‘Report’ link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
  • 8 Share what you know, and ask about what you don't.
  • 9 Don’t be a troll.
  • 10 Don’t reveal personal information about other commenters. You may reveal your own personal information, but we advise you not to do so.
  • 11 We reserve the right, at our discretion, to monitor, delete or choose not to post any comment. This may include removing or monitoring posts that we believe violate the spirit or letter of these rules, or that we otherwise determine at our discretion needs to be monitored, not posted, or deleted.

Welcome to the discussion.

30 comments:

  • Ronald Brown posted at 1:44 pm on Mon, Jun 18, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    Wow. Rich Walter pracrices plagiarism. He copies my comments from over one week ago into his own e-mail.

    From June 8th:
    What else have you found out about McNerney DB? Do you know his favorite type of food? Does he have any particular interests/hobbies? What was his college girlfriend's name? Please let us know DB. The bloggers on this site all want to know!!

    Rich, you should really stop bending over and grabbing your ankles! It is not healthy for you!!

    # bent over

     
  • Rich Walter posted at 4:28 pm on Fri, Jun 15, 2012.

    DdubWalter Posts: 6

    Wow Ron Brown!! You need to get off your knees. You seem like a McNerney staffer, obviously you know more about Ricky Gill than we all do. Seems like you know nothing about McNerney.


    What else have you found out about Gill Ron Brown? Do you know his favorite type of food? Does he have any particular interests/hobbies? What was his college girlfriend's name? Please let us know Ron Brown. The bloggers on this site all want to know!!
    ROFL!! and get off your knees #sucker

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 1:57 pm on Sun, Jun 10, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    DB,
    Here is some food for thought:

    As is true of all agribusiness firms, the Gills are dependent on the flow of immigration to remain competitive. Will he move away from the traditional GOP views and embrace immigration reform as suggested by former Florida Jeb Bush? It would cost him heavy with GOP voters. The GOP has killed immigration reform not only under President Obama but also under former President George W Bush.

    I agree with you that the United States is going over the fiscal cliff. The Simpson-Bowles commission recommended closing loopholes. By closing loopholes, it would mean a rise in tax rates even though overall corporate tax rates will go down. Would Ricky vote for this if elected? Jeb Bush supports this, and he was facetious during a recent interview saying that "I hope people really take me at word that I am not interested in being Vice President!" I do not think he will as he has signed Grover Norquist's tax pledge.

    I am really surprised at your research on Jerry McNerney! As I have stated, I never knew he had started a company. All I knew was that he had a PhD, and that he had written position papers on alternative energy. With all of your research, I am surprised that you have not found any of his writings! LOL!.

    DB, a high percent of start ups fail. It does not matter if it is a corner 7-11 or a high tech startup. For example, Larry Ellison had two unsuccessful companies before he founded Oracle. Even then, he had to take a second mortgage on his home to get Oracle off the ground.

    In order to join the discussion of job creation, it helps that you have had a job. I think both of us would agree with this. McNerney (with or without his own company) has held a real job. Ricky Gill has not. He has failed to disclose specificially his role in the family business despite numerous opportunites to address this issue.
    In addition, he has greatly inflated his own work experience. For example, his "evolving" work experience has changed from an owner of a small beverage company to an unpaid consultant ( at the same company). I believe this is relevant because he claims on his website that as owner of this company gave him a unique perspective and ability to be an "expert" on international trade that could aid the Central Valley. So, since he was not the owner of this company, does this mean he
    is no longer an expert on international trade?

    As for making California a more competitive place to do business, this is done on a state and local level. States like Texas and Virginia are growing because each state has addressed key issues like taxes, tort reform and education that make them an attractive places to do do business.


    I am exhausted by reading all your posts DB. I need a King 888 right now!! ROFL!!

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 6:25 am on Sat, Jun 9, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    Wow. You sure know a great deal about Jerry McNerney. Have you found out his celebrity crush yet?


    ROFL


     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 9:47 pm on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    So you think McNerney' s work experience as CEO is on par with knowing what his favorite food is Mr Brown?

    If so, why are you concerned about Ricky Gill's work experience.

    Since the company that he ( McNerney) claims to be CEO of does not exist, I would think you would immediately be concerned about McNerney's credibility. But then again, you do not appear to care about truth...you are just a political salesman

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 9:38 pm on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Wow. I never knew that McNerney started a company. Apparently, you know more about him than I do.

    Yes Mr Brown… Mr McNerney exaggerated and mislead the public in a significant way. If you read his biography, his wrote that he served as CEO at Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Power…(does not exist)

    There is no company with that name in California yet he states he is CEO. …. The Secretary of State in California does not show Jerry McNerney was CEO of any company ever. Yet, Mr. Brown states that Mr McNerney does not exaggerate his business experience. Now, Mr Brown claims that he was unaware that McNerney ever was a CEO. Seems to me that Mr Brown is very misinformed about many things and needs to get his act together.

    Since you are supporting Mr McNerney, can you please explain why he is claiming to be a CEO of a company when no one can even find the company he claims to have been a CEO of.

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 4:12 pm on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    Mr. Morgan, There is NO dispute about Ricky Gill's intelligence. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton and a law degree from Boalt, his academic credentials are first rate. But remember it was the Harvard Club of Washington DC that dragged the United States into the quagmire of the Vietnam War.

    You truly are funny Mr. Morgan. I will vote for Ricky after I voted for McNerney. Your comments sound just like John Kerry when he said, "I voted for the war before I voted against it!".


    LOL!!

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 12:49 pm on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    Wow. I never knew that McNerney started a company. Apparently, you know more about him than I do.

    What else have you found out about McNerney DB? Do you know his favorite type of food? Does he have any particular interests/hobbies? What was his college girlfriend's name? Please let us know DB. The bloggers on this site all want to know!!

    ROFL!!


     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 12:08 pm on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Hummm ...I guess Mr Brown has forgotten about the company McNerney was supposedly a CEO of back in 2004... the one that does not exist now. The one that never had employees ( except himself I understand). McNerney entered into politics with no experience in law, took no law courses at all, represented himself as a CEO as if he had vast experience and responsibilities in the business world, yet, it was simply a start up company that was meaningless.

    That is my understanding but maybe I am wrong.

    Mr Brown seems to know a great deal about Mr McNerney. Mr Brown is also making a big deal out of Ricky Gill's business experience and claiming he is exaggerating... So Please Mr Brown, post all the information about Mr McNerney's business experience he gained from this company he was CEO of back in 2004.
    That company now cannot be found... it does not show in the Secretary of State's database that it even existed.

    Maybe I do not know where to look... can you post the name of the corporation, how many employees it has, and a website to substantiate your claims.

    Mr McNerney has not entered one sentence in his biography about his experience at this company. Wikipedia does not have one sentence of his experience...only states that he was a CEO. Sounds like an exaggeration to me.


     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 11:10 am on Fri, Jun 8, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    I will contemplate your thoughts as I enjoy an energy drink from Ricky's company King 888. Wait!! Ricky's "evolving" work experience has gone from being the owner of this small beverage company to an unpaid consultant.

    How did this happen? I guess I will have to have another King 888 while I contemplate this.

    But I guess Ricky and his family do not want to hear anything about King 888.

    LOL.

     
  • Jesse Rohrer posted at 8:48 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Dr Rohrer Posts: 3

    Darrell I respect your opinion and can even see your angle being a small business owner and worrying about paying more taxes, that's valid. I must differ on your opinion about The Left not reflecting the interests of everyone else. The vast majority of Americans are poor and that's not because of high taxes or big government. Without big government 12% of the population would still be slaves and almost 25% of us would not be able to marry whom we choose -including Gill who the state decided was too Asian to get around the Exclusion Act in the 20th- My point here is that without the progressive stance of The Left we (being the ignorant masses) would be left without our rights.

    All political interests aside I am really intrigued by anyone voting against the best for their own family. Why do you think anyone not rich should not vote Left? How is that to their benefit? I've been there with the 3 part time gigs and no anything - it's not very Patriotic. I now have by bidded Union job which I double up on to take care of my family and work at my own business. I would never vote against higher taxes for schools (which my children go to) or down laws which would infringe upon the rights of my cousin. I honestly don't see why large money should not pay more for this the largest economy in the US of which they get the benefit of in a recession which was their making.


     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 6:38 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Carpetbagger?.. not sure about that... just an incompetent rubber stamp for the liberal establishment... In other words, He is Nancy Pelosi's lap dog that votes for legislation so we can see what is in it. Unfortunately, what is in it is very bad for our country.

     
  • Joseph Avila posted at 5:26 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    j_avila Posts: 7

    Ron Brown what has Mcnerney done to bring down unemployment in San Joaquin County? Oh wait Nothing!

    San Joaquin County Unemployment Rates
    Jan 2006 8.3% (When McNerney took office)
    September 2006 6.3% (Low)
    Jan 2011 18.6% (High)
    April 2012 15.4% (Current)

    http://www.google.com/publicdata/explore?ds=z1ebjpgk2654c1_&met_y=unemployment_rate&idim=county:PS061080&fdim_y=seasonality:U&dl=en&hl=en&q=san+joaquin+county+unemployment+statistics

    And you expect us to trust this guy with this track record to bring down unemployment???

     
  • Josh Morgan posted at 5:08 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Josh Morgan Posts: 538

    Let's see, the kid was valedictorian of his class, admitted to the academically most difficult college to get into and accepted and graduated from one of the most prestigious law schools in the country. I don't think he needs to "inflate" his qualifications. He just plain possesses them. I look forward to new blood. There is no way he can do any worse than the current incumbent. And I voted for McNerney.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 4:05 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Jesse Rohrer posted at 10:48 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012...You really believe Republicans have the best interests of all Americans?

    Jesse, I do not believe it is possible for any politician to have the best interests of all Americans. I was simply responding to your statement that “Republicans represent business and the interests of business. Democrats represent the interests of everyone else”... that is a false statement.

    It is obvious that both Democrats and Republicans cater to interests groups. If your issue is related to unions, you vote democrat... if your issue is less government regulation you vote republican.
    Corporations and business tend to support both sides of the isle as they are hedging their bets and playing it safe. I support Ricky Gill as his positions most reflect my positions. I oppose McNerney because I think he is a rubber stamp for the democratic party and is less likely to support legislation I prefer. You state that “Little Ricky” represents money... I just demonstrated that McNerney represents money. I am self employed... I support Ricky Gill yet have little money... I think he represents me and thousands more like me if he votes to abolish Obamacare and other such legislation as he has stated he would.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 2:03 pm on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Ron Brown stated...DB, You are making youself look ridiculous on the experience part.

    RB,
    I do not think you are looking ridiculous on the experience part. You "are" ridiculous on the experience part. You sound like a political campaign billboard. You identify an area where you perceive one candidate has strength and the one you oppose has weakness. Typical technique that has nothing to do with anything but manipulating the voter to think your argument has merit when in reality, you are engaging in simple hardcore salesmanship as if a used car salesman.

    I really do not care what you think of my opinion. Everyone votes on candidates that will support issues that the voter perceives are in his/her best interests.
    Most people would vote for a gold fish if they felt the fish would support issues of concern. That is why so many people voted for Obama even though he was unqualified, incompetent, and inexperienced. The people were sold a fantasy...Hope and Change... an illusion that has come into view.

    For you to suggest that Ricky Gill's resources are less legitimate that Mr McNerney's is absurd.

    You “sound” desperate and paid to say what you are saying. The voter should vote for the candidate that supports concerns of the voter. It is not difficult to vote. It is yes, no, or abstain. If you support Obamacare, and your candidate, a goldfish, votes for Obamacare, you will be pleased with the result even though a goldfish helped achieve an end that you desired.

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 11:09 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    DB,
    You are making youself look ridiculous on the experience part. I do not doubt that McNerney has interests, but so does Ricky Gill. The lucky few who can finance their own campaign (ex. Meg Whitman, Mark Warner) are the only independent voices who can express their voices. The rare exception is an Angus King who might win the Maine Senate seat and who will not align with either party.

    From the FEC database, Ricky Gill has 1,531 individual contributions. These individuals have written some pretty big checks. Moreover, these donations are noticeable especially considering the demographics of Gill's district.

    If Ricky wins, I am sure a fair number of these 1,531 individuals will want favors. And I know Ricky will be more than happy to comply! After all, these individuals will help fund his re-election.

    If it comes to experience, you look foolish supporting Gill. He has overinflated his experience in all areas. I am still awaiting to hear his role in the family business and the value he created. It is especially telling that he was away during the busy season during the last seven years when he was in college and law school. McNerney might be friendly to unions, but he has not fudged his experience and expertise.

    As I said this district will remain blue come November, despite Ricky's family and his family's connections trying to buy this seat. The rare exception is that Romney wins this congressional district and Ricky comes in on his coattails (highly unlikely considering the fact the fact that Democrats largely outnumber Republicans) or that McNerney gets involved in some type of scandal that makes him unpopular in his district. Pombo would still be Congressman if he did not get involved with Jack Abramhoff.

    http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/can_ind/2011_H2CA11135

     
  • Jesse Rohrer posted at 10:48 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Dr Rohrer Posts: 3

    You really believe Republicans have the best interests of all Americans? Im not debating the specifics of how much money who spends for which specific race, Im saying in general terms The right (in any race) reflects the intent of it's backing which is anyone with cash. The same goes for Democrats. You need lots of money to win an election in the US (which is another beast to discuss) if my observation is true how is anyone running against Money going to fight against more money without seeking help from individuals -corporations included- with results leaning left?

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 10:23 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    And.... who were the some of the businesses who paid for McNerney? (a democrat)

    University of California, Honeywell International, American Crystal Sugar

    AmeriPAC: The Fund for a Greater America, , Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union, National Air Traffic Controllers Assn,New York Life Insurance,United Food & Commercial Workers Union ,Oracle Corp, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees,AT&T Inc,Democratic Congressional Campaign Cmte
    ,

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 10:18 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Subterfuge. Republicans represent business and the interests of business. Democrats represent the interests of everyone else

    Really?
    Lets look at who gave how much to whom last 10 years...from the evil insurance corporations...
    1. Kaiser Permanente gave $2 million, with $1.1 million of that going to legislative candidates. Overall, the partisan split saw Democratic legislative candidates get $780,362 compared to $318,613 given to Republican candidates.

    2. Blue Shield of California gave $1.6 million. $957,458 of that went to legislative candidates, $770,769 of which went to winning candidates. Overall, Democratic legislative candidates received more than Republicans: $626,562 compared to $330,896.

    3. Health Net Inc. gave $1.2 million, with more than half ($700,857) contributed to legislative candidates. Winning legislative candidates took three-quarters of that amount, or $541,600. Republican legislative candidates had a slight edge over Democrats: $367,062 to $333,795

     
  • Jesse Rohrer posted at 9:24 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Dr Rohrer Posts: 3

    Subterfuge. Republicans represent business and the interests of business. Democrats represent the interests of everyone else. If you vote out of your interest you are a fool. McNerney may not be the best choice for all the people he reflects but no one is. Little Ricky represents money. It's that simple.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 9:15 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Ron Brown stated...I have limited time to dispute, but I can say pretty reliably that this district will remain blue in November despite Ricky Gill and his family trying to buy this seat for him.

    I do not mind debate, but please do not distort as you did below.
    As far as your prediction, I would not be surprised at all if McNerney wins. The unions and special interests will buy McNerney's election “again”. Californian's are a laughing stock nationwide and even internationally as many think California is already finished economically based on it's hostile business environment created by democrats.
    When California elected Brown, it's fate was sealed. I do not think either party can do much in this state. My discussion about McNerney/Gill was simply intellectual. As far as actual results, it really is at a point where nothing much matters.
    I actually am hoping that democrats win every seat. When California goes down the tubes, which is just a matter of time, I do not want the democrats to have any excuses as to who was actually to blame.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 9:01 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Ron Brown stated...Experience is not important with a member of Congress? You are making yourself look like a laughing stock

    Ron...the laughing stock is California voters who voted for Brown instead of Whitman... if executive and work experience is important as you claim... I also think you need to read my posts more carefully... I was pointing out that the Democrats are the ones who disagree with you. Personally, I would love to have all elected officials have executive private sector experiences on their resume... I also said it was not as important a factor... I no where said experience is not import. You are distorting what I stated.

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 8:47 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    For those that complain that McNerney is a carpetbagger, look at the stimulus money that he brought in to the Central Valley. This is money that could have gone to McNerney's residents in the Bay Area or to other parts of the country. The projects brought to places like Lodi and Stockton helped create jobs in an area that was badly hit.


    http://stimuluswatch.org/project/by_state/CA


     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 8:45 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    DB,
    You are making yourself look like a laughing stock. Experience is not important with a member of Congress? You are making me laugh. For example, Mark Warner brings valuable experience about opening competition and creating jobs through his experience in the business sector. Would he be able to do that without experience as a CEO? If we were to make statement without this experience, he would sound just like Ricky Gill!
    In addition, would the likes of John Barasso as a congressman and now Senator be able to talk about waste in the health care system and the need for tort reform without being an orthopedic surgeon? You are making yourself look ridiculous.
    As for California and its business rules, these are set at a state level not a federal level.
    I have limited time to dispute, but I can say pretty reliably that this district will remain blue in November despite Ricky Gill and his family trying to buy this seat for him. The only hope for Ricky is that Romney catches on and wins in his district and he comes in on his coattails (like John Thune defeating Tom Daschle in 2004), or that McNerney is involved in a scandal that brings down his credibility. This is what ultimately doomed Pombo. 2006 was a bad year for Republicans, but he would have probably kept his seat if we did not have the ties to Jack Abramhoff.
    Many sources say that this seat remains a lean Democratic. The only Valley seat in play is CA-7 which is rated as a toss-up and Ami Beri could beat Dan Lungren.


     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 7:46 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Continued...

    Work experience is important for an executive position like governor or president... However, a senator or house member is not an executive position and work experience is not as important a factor. McNerney does not have legal experience and is but a engineer... he has staff that can halp him in making decisions and drafting legislation. The problem with McNerney is not his work experience, but his inability to vote for bills that help job growth and making California a business friendly state.
    Ricky Gill does not have all that political baggage and union demands that McNerney does. He is more likely to vote for legislation in the people's interest than McNerney who has proven to be a rubber stamp for liberal policies Pelosi introduces.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 7:44 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Ron Brown stated...I am looking forward to hearing how Ricky Gill and his "extensive business experience" can help bring unemployment down in the valley!!

    I am afraid Ron is isolated and alone on the “left side” and in California in his expectation that business experience is what the left side voter thinks of in deciding which candidate can create jobs and bring unemployment down.

    Last election for governor, we had a very successful business woman in Meg Whitman that had a plan to make California a more business friendly state, create jobs, streamline government regulations and control spending. The Democrats did not like that choice. No, they perceived that Brown, the father of public employee unions with no private sector experience and no ability to lead the state out of our economic disaster, was the right man for the job. Brown admitted that he knew little about the economy and how to fix it after he was elected, but democrats do not care about his work experience or his inability to reduce unemployment.

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 7:21 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    Where has unemployment gone down in California? Yes, Mcnerney voted for the stimulus. If you look at the stimulus map, you will see several projects that were built using stimulus funds in the Stockton area AND not in the East Bay.

    McNerney therefore brought funds to the valley and indirectly brought jobs to the area that would have gone elsewhere. Once the law was passed, Republican and Democratic representatives fought for the money for their district. McNerney brought it to his district. In essence, he delivered the bacon.

    I am still waiting to hear Ricky's extensive business experience and involvement in the family business. He has gone as an expert on international trade and a small business owner whose business experience could help the valley to an unpaid consultant for his brother's company with questionable connections to an unethical campaign contributor. This is one of Ricky's many exaggerations that is finally come to light.The same is true with his involvement in charter schools. He claims to have been involved in KIPP extensively, but he only was there twice according to KIPP records.

    As for Ricky's roots, he was born and raised in Lodi. But in the time after high school, he has not spent an iota in the Valley. He has spent stints in DC, the Kings and with the legal counsel of the Oakland A's (closing legal loopholes as listed on his website). Another exaggeration I am sure!! If he was involved in his family business, he would have expounded this already. A large share of agricultural work is done in the fall (particularly harvesting grapes). I'd love to hear how Ricky was involved in this the last seven years when he was at Princeton and Boalt. Did he give advice on strategy? legal? international issues?

    I guess we should have Ricky's brother running. He has actually run a business. But I guess Ricky and his family do not want to talk about that.


     
  • Josh Morgan posted at 6:29 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    Josh Morgan Posts: 538

    We certainly know how successful Jerry has been in brining unemployment down in the valley.........a complete failure!

     
  • Ronald Brown posted at 5:23 am on Thu, Jun 7, 2012.

    gipper Posts: 116

    I am looking forward to hearing how Ricky Gill and his "extensive business experience" can help bring unemployment down in the valley!!

     
Readers Choice Awards 2014
City of Lodi Leaf Pickup Schedule

Video

Popular Stories

Poll

Loading…

Your News

News for the community, by the community.

Mailing List

Subscribe to a mailing list to have daily news sent directly to your inbox.

  • Breaking News

    Would you like to receive breaking news alerts? Sign up now!

  • News Updates

    Would you like to receive our daily news headlines? Sign up now!

  • Sports Updates

    Would you like to receive our daily sports headlines? Sign up now!

Manage Your Lists