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Posted on January 25 at 10:22 a.m.
Pedro and Susan think they are getting a two for one - Pedro is pandering to the statewide enviros to help his AG campaign and Susan is tagging along as usual.
What does the Nava/Jordan family do when Pedro gets worked by Harris, Delgadillo, Torrico, Lieu, Kelly, etc and Das beats Susan by 20 points? Their last hold on any sort of influence is Pedro's spot as Chair of Asm. Banking and Finance - once that gig is up he and Susan are politically irrelevant.
Jerry, one thing we dont hear a ton about on PXP is public polling. Are there any numbers for the central coast or how Dems break on the issue?
On Oil & Secrecy
Posted on November 11 at 2:57 p.m.
Hotchkiss leads Self by 25 votes, not 15. The lead was 15 the morning after the election, but he gained another 10 votes when the final 187 provisionals were counted on Monday.
On Recount Called for City Election
Posted on November 5 at 1:47 p.m.
Bendy will play the new Iya as the most moderate Dem on Council. As such, he will have the power and responsibility to bridge the gap and be the deciding vote on many issues.
The real "wildcard" is the event of Das being elected to the Assembly and having a 3-3 vote on an appointed term for his remainding 10 or so months. I think in that event we'll see a moderate Dem appointed; one thing is for certain - it wont be Cushman!
On Whole New Ballgame
Posted on November 4 at 8:08 p.m.
Tabatha - CA-10 has only changed hands because of redistricting. Using your logic, we could say that CA-23 (Capps) is not a Dem district because it used to be Republican if we leave out the fact that the geography is completely different. However, that's simply not logical.
It wasn't a Republican sweep on Tuesday but any non-bias person would say it was an overall win for Republicans. A big win? Certainly not, but a win nonetheless.
On Reflecting on Electing
Posted on November 4 at 2:30 p.m.
NY-23 saw a far right winger lost to a Dem who was endorsed by the Republican candidate.
CA-10 saw a sitting Lt. Gov. win an 18 point Dem seat by 10 points.
And by the way, you added 1 more Dem to the House, you've always had one in CA-10.
Posted on November 3 at 10:48 a.m.
Thyne will be at Rose Cafe. Tevis will probably be in Santa Ynez.
On Hey Brother Can You Spare $700,000?
Posted on November 2 at 8:21 p.m.
WebAdmin - How about a few facts on which way the Indy swings politically. Lets look at the past 4 years of Indy political endorsements:
Nov 2009: Dem 4, DTS 0, Rep 0Nov 2008: Dem 15, DTS 1, Rep 1Nov 2007: Dem 3, DTS 0, Rep 0Nov 2006: Dem 11, DTS 0, Rep 2
4 year total: Dem 33, DTS 1, Rep 3
That is pretty consistently one sided...surprise us every once in a while!
On Travis Armstrong Is Outta There
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