Tag Archives: 2010 Senate

Voters More Diverse... and Confused... Than Ever

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In politics, there’s often a danger in relying too much on conventional wisdom. And a just released statewide poll on the November election confirms that danger, as it seems California’s electorate is starting to look and act differently than expected. … Continue reading »


Podcast: Crunch Time

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The hour is late and the nerves are frayed for those involved in this fall’s big California elections. And that’s just those of us in the press corps. In this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we examine the race for governor … Continue reading »


Podcast: Poring Over Polls

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Jerry and Meg neck and neck. Barbara over Carly by a few points. Those are some of the gems from statewide polls released just in the last 24 hours, and the focus of this week’s Capital Notes Podcast. Capitol Weekly’s … Continue reading »


Podcast: "So Yesterday"

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Sure, that headline now has its own special politics backstory… but it’s also the current status of the California’s long, and expensive primary campaign. On this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we do our own post-mortem on all of the marquis … Continue reading »


Last Call For Primary 2010

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LOS ANGELES — Well, that’s all, folks. The long, bruising, and historically expensive 2010 primary election is now history. For all the bluster, it looks as though only a small portion of California’s voters decided it was worth it to … Continue reading »


Podcast: Time's Up

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At long last, the primary election season is coming down to the wire. Can you feel the fatigue? On this week’s Capital Notes Podcast, we take one last look at the biggest races on next Tuesday’s ballot… headlined by today’s … Continue reading »