Staff reports from the SGVT include this:
Arcadia native Brandon Powers has won a Pollie Award for his work on a campaign to defeat Measure L, a library bond that appeared on the November 2006 ballot in Diamond Bar. The award is given by the American Association of Political Consultants.
Powers . . . was honored for a mailer titled "L NO!" that was credited with helping turn the tide against the measure.
Powers also serves as the president of the conservative grass-roots group California Young Americans for Freedom and has worked on the campaigns of Assemblyman Anthony Adams, R-Claremont, and Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner.
"L No!" Heh. Classic. If you go the AAPC's website and read their PDF file o' winners, you'll see he brought home a silver medal in the "Initiative/Referendum/Constitutional Amendment: Local/Municipal" category.