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Heidi Hall, candidate for Congress from California's 1st District, speaking at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City.

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  • Watch: Attendee Testimonials--League of Women Voters Forum Debate

    This forum debate for California, District 1 was hosted by the League Of Women Voters and took place in Grass Valley, CA on October 9, 2014. Heidi Hall, the moderate and fiscally conservative challenger successfully argued her points and successfully displayed her knowledge of the issues against the voting record and and sloganeering of the current incumbent, Doug LaMalfa, as can be witnessed by the responses in the testimonials found in this video.

  • Op-Ed: Heidi Hall | Fiscal Responsibility in the North State: Who is the Actual Fiscal Conservative in this Congressional Race?

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    As a woman who has managed a family budget for over 30 years, and as a former manager with responsibility over million-dollar budgets, I am deeply concerned about the fiscal irresponsibility shown by our current Congress, especially in the House of Representatives, and in the group my opponent has chosen to ally himself with for the past two years.

    The House writes the budget for the government. It begins there, gets negotiated with members of the Senate to reflect their wishes, and a compromise budget goes to the President to sign. With this budget, we taxpayers fund things like roads, bridges and schools; social services that we all use; social services that benefit specific groups like veterans, the short-term unemployed, and those living below the poverty line; it funds research and development into better and cheaper energy and better disease prevention. We also fund the military, our post offices, and clean air and water. All of our state and local budgets depend to some degree upon this largesse from the Federal budget.

    The 2012-3 House of Representatives is, by all accounts, the least productive and least fiscally conservative in the history of our country. Programs are left languishing, solutions to real, nationwide programs are left unaddressed, and the House even shut down the government.

    Worst of all, Tea Party extremists, including our own Congressman Doug LaMalfa, who successfully bully their more moderate Republican colleagues into compliance, are wasting vast amounts of our tax dollars on political gambling with virtually no payoffs. Do you know how your Representative voted on these wasteful bills, resolutions and programs?

    Full story at aNewsCafe.com »

  • Listen: KKRN's Unspun touches bases with Heidi Hall

    Unspun talks with Heidi Hall about the important issues that face us and her exciting and demanding campaign. How are we going to move forward on climate change issues? Where will policies like austerity and continual warfare affect our lives and those of our children? What is wrong with Congress and our government? Heidi Hall is an intelligent and well-informed candidate. List to the entire interview (59:03) below or at KKRN.org.

  • Doug LaMalfa vs. Heidi Hall: Party lines, rowdy crowd at League's congressional forum

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    Nevada County voters packed the supervisors’ chamber to capacity Thursday night for the League of Women Voters forum featuring incumbent Republican congressman Doug LaMalfa and Democratic challenger Heidi Hall.

    The start of the event was briefly delayed as organizers announced the fire marshal would not allow the forum to begin until the crowd standing at the back of the room moved to additional seating in the front lobby of the Rood Center, citing safety concerns.

    Stark but predictable differences were revealed as LaMalfa and Hall answered more than 25 questions from the public and the media panelists. Responses fell largely on established party lines with topics such as marijuana, fracking, immigration, gun control, health care and climate change, among other popular controversies.

    Full story at The Union »

  • Watch: Action News Now & KRCR News on Redding debate

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    Action News Now (Channel 12) covered Wednesday night's well-attended debate at the Redding Public Library. Watch the full video below, or click here to watch it at Action News Now.

    KRCR News (Channel 7) also covered the debate. Click here to watch it at KRCRtv.com.