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  • Women named Fiorina, Whitman, Lincoln, Haley, Angle score big in U.S. primary elections

     
    That's Carly Fiorina, Meg Whitman, Blanche Lincoln, Nikki Haley and Sharron Angle....
  • Today on PolitiCal: Chief justice calls it quits; Brown says Schwarzenegger 'failed'

     
    Here are some of the stories we're following today on PolitiCal: California Chief Justice Ronald George announced today that he will not seek reelection in November, creating a vacancy for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to fill. Jerry Brown said...
  • Hasta la vista, baby -- Schwarzenegger's job approval is lower than ever

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't exactly the most-liked man in Sacramento.The governor is now just as unpopular as Gray Davis was when Californian voters recalled him and crowned Schwarzenegger. The nonpartisan Field Poll recently reported that only 22%...
  • Highlighting the best from the 1,000-comment post

     
    It had served as nothing more than a throwaway line. But it quickly became a rallying cry for the L.A. Times Lakers blog readers. With there being very little Laker news and the fact I wanted to enjoy a Saturday at the beach, I suggested to everyone to...
  • Jobs data show growth during Jerry Brown years [Updated]

     
    Democrat Jerry Brown has the strongest record of any of the five most recent California governors when it comes to creating jobs as a percentage of national job growth, says a former state Employment Development Department director who has been......
  • Another chance at redistricting in California

    For the second time in four years -- and the fifth time in a generation -- California voters will be asked in November to approve a new procedure for drawing electoral districts. Proposition 11 would create a redistricting commission made up of 14 regular...
  • State GOP's future: resurgence or extinction?

    State GOP's future: resurgence or extinction?
    Today's topic: What do Tuesday's results mean for the California GOP? Does the voters' rejection of the budget deal empower Republicans to be even less compromising, or does it encourage Democrats in Sacramento to marginalize and ignore the GOP by any...
  • Will Feinstein run for governor?

    Will Feinstein run for governor?
    In 1987, then-Mayor Dianne Feinstein set off a civic soap opera in San Francisco, performing a public Hamlet act in weighing whether to seek the congressional seat made vacant by the death of Rep. Sala Burton, widow of legendary congressman Phil Burton....
  • Bipartisan Benedict Arnold

    OF ALL THE buzzwords in politics that have taken on a life of their own, "bipartisanship" is, without a doubt, the most overrated and misunderstood. A spot-on example of the absurd "bipartisan" folly transpired this week at a USC-sponsored conference...
  • Stopping California's next meltdown

    Stopping California's next meltdown
    Today's topic: The failure of the propositions didn't eliminate the need for budget reform. What are the right steps for California to take to prevent the next fiscal meltdown? Daniel J.B. Mitchell and Tom Campbell finish their discussion on the state...
  • The Los Angeles Times to Host Exclusive "Translating the Transition: An Inaugural Exchange"

    LOS ANGELES, January 7, 2009 Bringing together business, labor, civic, cultural and thought leaders, the Los Angeles Times (latimes.com) has assembled an eclectic and provocative panel for their exclusive "Translating the Transition: An Inaugural...