Update to the story of the neo-nazi running for a water district board in Southern California.
Neo-Nazi loses closely watched bid for water board seat in Riverside County, Los Angeles Times:
A neo-Nazi who generated national publicity by running for a seat on a small Riverside County water board was soundly defeated in the polls on Tuesday.
According to the Riverside County Registrar of Voters, Jeff Hall got less than 30% of the vote.
Water board elections have gotten more newsworthy this year. But one Southern California candidate makes the news for all the wrong reasons.
Political newcomer Jeff Hall has run a discreet campaign trying to unseat an incumbent on an obscure Riverside County water board. He hasn’t posted any signs, didn’t show up to a candidates forum and lists no occupation on the November ballot.
But Hall is well-known as a white supremacist.
As California director of the National Socialist Movement — the nation’s largest neo-Nazi group — Hall has helped lead demonstrations in Riverside and Los Angeles, where white supremacists waved swastika flags, chanted “white power” and gave stiff-armed Nazi salutes surrounded by hundreds of counterprotesters.
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