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California Political news and opnion from a liberal viewpoint.

BREAKING: Field poll shows huge gains by Obama in CA

The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting on the latest Field Poll for California: A startling surge of support for Barack Obama has catapulted the Illinois senator into a virtual tie with Hillary Rodham Clinton in California’s Democratic presidential primary, a Field Poll released Saturday shows. Clinton, a longtime California favorite, saw her once-commanding lead slip…

Super Tuesday Polls

I’ve dug around and come up with the latest poll numbers for 14 of the 23 Super Tuesday states. This disclaimer, some of the poll numbers were done before Edwards dropped out and before last night’s debate. I’m only getting into detail on the Democratic side, but for all you OC conservatives in love with…

CDC Endorsement Vote Shows Surprising Contest

Despite the short notice and heavy workload during this election cycle, over 150 delegates from across California participated in CDC’s first ever online endorsement vote. Although no candidate received the official 60% needed for an endorsement, the mix of grassroots participants shows a different story than most polls have typically indicated. With 59 votes, Hillary…

Arnold comes out FOR Prop 93

I’m not a big an of term limits, because we have something called “elections” to get rid of ineffective or crooked politicians. That said, the Governor has come out for Prop 93, the revised term limits bill on the Ballot next Month. Here’s the editorial from the LA Times: From the op-ed: “It takes time…

Bustamante Keeps $1.5 Million Gentrification Plan Alive

Santa Ana City Councilman Carlos Bustamante continues to push for the city of Santa Ana to purchase a property in the French Park neighborhood at a cost to the taxpayers of $1,500,000 in an effort to appease one of his supporters.  Bustamante, who was recently appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Fair Employment and…

What Do YOU Think About All the Cancer in the Air?

The risk levels are “clearly too high, and unacceptable, relative to breathing air here in Southern California,” said Barry Wallerstein, executive officer at the South Coast Air Quality Management District, which released the study. “The acceptable risk level is really down somewhere between one and 10 in a million.” But unfortunately, The Register reports today…