| April 19, 2017
The group Fullerton Taxpayers for Reform will be fined $2,500 by the state’s ethics watchdog for distributing 500 campaign signs during the June 2016 primary election that failed to include proper funding disclosures.
| April 8, 2014
Former Assemblyman Chris Norby’s attorney quotes the prosecutor as saying he “didn’t believe he had a case he could prove beyond a reasonable doubt.”
| November 26, 2012
Kiger had won a seat on the City Council in the June recall election, which was prompted by the fallout from the Kelly Thomas police beating.
| November 19, 2012
As if Sharon Quirk-Silva’s upset of Assemblyman Chris Norby isn’t enough, candidates for a City Council seat are only 28 votes apart.
| June 6, 2012
Pat McKinley, Dick Jones and Don Bankhead were recalled and will be replaced by Travis Kiger, Greg Sebourn and Doug Chaffee.
| February 8, 2012
The campaign to oust three Fullerton city councilmen has
qualified for the ballot.
| February 1, 2012
The businessman and blogger spent nearly $150,000 in apparently
successful effort to force a recall election. Meanwhile, police and
their supporters funded much of the opposition effort.
| January 31, 2012
The group received donations from 130 individuals in its
apparently unsuccessful campaign to block the recall vote against
three Fullerton City Council members.
| January 20, 2012
The campaign in Fullerton, led by developer Tony Bushala, is
hoping to place the recall on the June ballot.