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Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote
Inside California Politics: Redistricting expert talks 2022 statewide races – KRON4
Inside California Politics: Asm. Ash Kalra talks single-payer health care – KRON4
California politics doesn’t reward competence. That’s why talent keeps leaving
Inside California Politics: Rep. Barbara Lee talks voting rights, need for federal intervention – KGET 17
Inside California Politics: State Sen. Andreas Borgeas explains decision to not seek reelection – KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento
Inside California Politics: Asm. Anthony Rendon talks immigrant health coverage, single-payer health care – KGET 17
Some of California’s best and brightest are abandoning public office
On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging
As Biden Struggles, Harris Touts California Wildfire Aid – U.S. News & World Report
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Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote Inside California Politics: Redistricting expert talks 2022 statewide races – KRON4 Inside California Politics: Asm. Ash Kalra talks single-payer health care – KRON4 California politics doesn’t reward competence. That’s why talent keeps leaving Inside California Politics: Rep. Barbara Lee talks voting rights, need for federal intervention – KGET 17 Inside California Politics: State Sen. Andreas Borgeas explains decision to not seek reelection – KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento Inside California Politics: Asm. Anthony Rendon talks immigrant health coverage, single-payer health care – KGET 17 Some of California’s best and brightest are abandoning public office On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging As Biden Struggles, Harris Touts California Wildfire Aid – U.S. News & World Report
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‘Stiffen our spines’: Democrats see political support for Covid mandates in California

WASHINGTON — California (Surfing) Gov. Gavin Newsom has a message for his party: Suck it up. Heading into next year’s midterm elections, when California (Surfing), where Tuesday’s recall election sometimes felt like a referendum on coronavirus mandates, show they are not only good policy, but also good politics. Democrats, I hope, were paying attention.” Democrats, have fought mandates for their membership. Frustration with health restrictions galvanized the opposition to Newsom…
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The way of Trump is a big loser in California

By Gustavo Arellano Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 | 2 a.m. If you’re looking for the best metaphor for how the California (Surfing)’s gubernatorial recall election. The final numbers haven’t been tabulated yet, but voters overwhelmingly rejected the recall — more than 60% of ballots so far show “No,” with a turnout expected to top well above 50%. The margin of victory — and how fast the win was called —…
Sep
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This YouTube star wants to be governor. He’s the best-known Democrat on the recall ballot

The scene hinted at modern-day political fable: “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” launched by a rocket of YouTube fame. A young, ambitious candidate in a suit jacket and jeans stood on a stump in Echo Park, surrounded by 50 people cheering and filming on their iPhones as he laid out his vision for California (Surfing)’s next governor. Is it likely? No. But it’s far from a statistical impossibility. With no…
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2021
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Can’t Recall — What’s Next for California? | RealClearPolitics

X Story Stream recent articles In overwhelmingly rejecting the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom, Democrats write bad laws and bureaucrats enforce them. Apparently, Californians would rather see themselves as knee-jerk anti-Trumpers than elect someone who promises to clean up the dysfunctional state. Newsom hailed the vote with his usual self-aggrandizing style. “We said yes to science. We said yes to vaccines. We said yes to ending this pandemic. We said…