John Grubb

Spokesman, Repair California

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Spokesman for Repair California, a state coalition which is seeking reform through a constitutional convention

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Everybody agrees that Sacramento's race toward disaster is not just because the current leadership is incompetent.

Could a Constitutional Convention Fix California Government?

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