For the record, the Monterey County Weekly never asked me to interview in consideration for endorsement for State Assembly District 30. Main questions for Alejo and indeed the rest of the controlling party in the legislature that are not addressed in their endorsement: What bills have they/Alejo worked on that created private sector jobs in California? What bills have they/Alejo worked on that improve education in the state of California? What bills have they/Alejo worked on to stabilize California's financial situation? It also would be nice if the Monterey County Weekly would have acknowledged that I am running against Luis Alejo and in 2010 I received nearly 40% of the vote while only spending $30,000 compared to Alejo's $415,000. Visit www.votebernosky.com for more information.
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