If there were any uncertainties about Bill Horn’s intention to run for reelection yet again in 2014, the incumbent GOP county supervisor dispelled them on July 4 by signing a “candidate intention statement” he filed with the county Registrar of Voters a week later…North County Republican congressman Darrell Issa joined three of his GOP House colleagues as honorary cohosts of a July 16 fundraiser for their fellow representative Dan Lungren. The lunch, with tabs ranging from $250 to $5000, was held at the Newport Beach offices of the Inland Group, according to an invitation posted online by the Sunlight Foundation’s Party Time website. Inland is run by William Buck Johns III, a wealthy Republican developer and energy magnate from Newport Beach who has been trying of late to build the XpressWest, a high-speed rail line between Victorville and Las Vegas, which has the backing of GOP L.A. County supervisor Mike Antonovich.

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