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Matthew McConaughey won’t run for Texas governor in 2022
California Politics Roundup – KQED
Kick Big Tobacco OUT of California Political Campaigns launches – Los Angeles Blade
After decades in California politics, Allan Zaremberg has some parting advice for the GOP
Inside California Politics: Bullpen talks CA redistricting ahead of 2022 midterm – KGET 17
Inside California Politics: Political Correspondent Marisa Lagos on Vice President Kamala Harris – FOX40
Inside California Politics: Representative Karen Bass, Oakland mayor on infrastructure bill passage, CA homelessness – KGET 17
Opinion | The Diminishing Democratic Majority
Inside California Politics: Bullpen talks CA redistricting ahead of 2022 midterm – KRON4
Republican celebrations and Democratic anger reveal a widening political divide
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Matthew McConaughey won’t run for Texas governor in 2022 California Politics Roundup – KQED Kick Big Tobacco OUT of California Political Campaigns launches – Los Angeles Blade After decades in California politics, Allan Zaremberg has some parting advice for the GOP Inside California Politics: Bullpen talks CA redistricting ahead of 2022 midterm – KGET 17 Inside California Politics: Political Correspondent Marisa Lagos on Vice President Kamala Harris – FOX40 Inside California Politics: Representative Karen Bass, Oakland mayor on infrastructure bill passage, CA homelessness – KGET 17 Opinion | The Diminishing Democratic Majority Inside California Politics: Bullpen talks CA redistricting ahead of 2022 midterm – KRON4 Republican celebrations and Democratic anger reveal a widening political divide
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Matthew McConaughey won’t run for Texas governor in 2022

Actor Matthew McConaughey isn’t running for Texas governor after months of publicly flirting with the idea of becoming the latest celebrity candidate ByThe Associated Press November 29, 2021, 2:43 AM • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article AUSTIN, Texas — Actor Matthew McConaughey isn’t running for Texas governor after months of publicly flirting with the idea of becoming the latest celebrity candidate. The Academy Award winner…
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After decades in California politics, Allan Zaremberg has some parting advice for the GOP

SACRAMENTO —  California (Surfing) Chamber of Commerce president, after four decades of dealing with lawmakers in Sacramento. For 23 years as chamber president and chief executive, Zaremberg, 71, has been the most influential business representative in Sacramento, attempting to sway the governor and Legislature. He has deftly handled the job despite the Capitol becoming increasingly powered by Democrats have grown into one-party rule and pro-business Republicans have fallen into virtual…
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Opinion | The Diminishing Democratic Majority

Last weekend I wrote about how the landscape of 2021 is suddenly letting Republicans play politics on “easy” mode, by giving them back the kind of issues that built Ronald Reagan’s majority in the 1970s and 1980 — rising inflation, rising violent crime, a Cold War rivalry (Chinese rather than Russian this time) and backlash against a culturally ascendant but overreaching and self-deceiving left. I also wrote that this state…
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Republican celebrations and Democratic anger reveal a widening political divide

Like so much else in modern America, Friday’s acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse both revealed and widened the split between the country’s hostile political factions, with conservatives calling it a victory for the right to defend yourself and liberals condemning it as a miscarriage of justice. Mainstream and far-right Republicans alike celebrated the not guilty verdict for Rittenhouse, an 18-year-old who last year shot and killed two men and wounded another…