Tag: Tim Donnelly
Investment banker and former Treasury official, Kashkari has a three-word platform: ‘Jobs and education.’
Former lieutenant governor quits after failing to gain hoped-for moderate support and falling into debt.
The grumpy cat stares into the distance. “Students?” The text asks. “No.” A bit confused? The image is one of dozens of attempts Republican gubernatorial candidate Abel Maldonado has made at translating criticisms of Gov. Jerry Brown’s policies into Internet-friendly memes. (The idea here being that Brown isn’t prioritizing education, and is spending Prop. 30 […]
Gov. Jerry Brown is a formidable candidate for re-election with $10 million in the bank, favorable poll numbers and the advantages that go to any Democrat running for re-election in California. Two Republicans are ignoring those odds, though, and are already campaigning for governor. And they couldn’t be more different from each other. In fact, […]
The Daily Show really needs to start paying royalties to California politicians. Last night, it was current Democratic Party Chairman and Official State Potty Mouth John Burton, along with GOP Assemblyman and former Minuteman Tim Donnelly, who served as props in the burgeoning cottage industry of making fun of our government. In this bit, John […]
Update April 6: As expected, the bill died in committee. The California Assembly Judiciary Committee today discussed AB 26, which is being called an “Arizona-like” law on illegal immigration. Chronicle’s Politics Blog: An Arizona-like law to combat illegal immigration has a snowball’s chance in Phoenix of passing the California Legislature, but freshman Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, […]