It’s still an awfully long way from the June election, where voters will be asked to revamp the system by which candidates for elected office are chosen by voters. But perhaps that’s exactly the right time for some nonpartisan analysis … Continue reading
It’s hard not to see the results of tonight’s new statewide poll as even more fuel to the fire of reworking the way California government — and frankly, California politics — will operate in the future.
Political watchers know well that the single fastest growing, and most influential, group of Californians are those who decline to pick a party when they register to vote. As such, there may soon be a new push to reshape state … Continue reading