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Contributed by Kevin D. Korenthal Kevin D. Korenthal


28 year Santa Clarita resident. Canyon High School Graduate. Below-knee amputee raising money for limb-loss sufferers. Committee member on The Newhall Redevelopment Committee.

I moved to Santa Clarita with my family in 1980. I graduated from Soledad Elementary (now the Edwards Cinema Center), attended Sierra Vista Jr. High, Bishop Alemany High and graduated from Canyon High in 1991.

My leadership role in the community puts me in contact with public and elected officials, building contractors, industry activists and working people from around the state.  Prior to this position, I worked in the real estate, technology and manufacturing industries.

I take my politics and political debate very seriously. I have very little patience for people who engage in political debate without spending the time to get to know the world. The internet has opened the world of punditry to literally anyone who wishes to participate. But participation requires that you deeply and consistently study the issues. Facts are opinions which are proven by the evidence.

 

UCLA Professor Talks About Why The Einstein Academy Charter Petition...

Benjamin Karney is a Professor of Social Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and an adjunct behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. Follow The Einstein Academy Charter Petition to the Saugus Union School District at www.facebook.com/ApproveTheCharter   Read More
Posted October 09, 2012 by Kevin D. Korenthal in News | Add a comment
 

What is Merit and Why Do We Need It?

What is merit, it's history and do we need more of it?   Read More
Posted July 10, 2012 by Kevin D. Korenthal in News | 3 comments
 

BREAKING: CA Supreme Court Says Cities Can Determine Their Own Construction...

A California Supreme Court decision just came down that allows certain California cities to waive the expensive union wage called Prevailing Wage on California public works construction projects.   Read More
Posted July 03, 2012 by Kevin D. Korenthal in News | Add a comment
 

Big Wins Against Big Labor Tuesday

Here is my postmortem on gains made against Big Labor in Tuesday's elections.   Read More
Posted June 07, 2012 by Kevin D. Korenthal in National Scene | 1 comment
 

Important Information Regarding Today's Election

I wanted to take the opportunity in this very important election season to fill you in on the happenings of several offices that will be on the ballot here in the 25th Congressional and 38th Assembly Districts on Tuesday, June 5th.   Read More
Posted June 05, 2012 by Kevin D. Korenthal in News | Add a comment
 
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