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  • Chris Christie has cross-country criticism for Jerry Brown

     
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave a pep talk to California's Republican delegation on Monday by taking a few swings at Gov. Jerry Brown. Christie, who will be the convention's keynote speaker on Tuesday, called the 74-year-old Democratic governor an.......
  • Gov. Brown considers new financial disclosure rules for politicians

     
    Californians would get a more precise picture of their public officials’ personal finances under a measure being considered by Gov. Jerry Brown. The state Senate sent the governor a measure that reflects the reality that the state’s current...
  • Jerry Brown embarks on statewide swing for Proposition 30

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown kicks his campaign for Proposition 30 into high gear Tuesday, with a four-city swing unlike anything the governor has done since the closing days of his 2010 run against Meg Whitman....
  • Meg Whitman signs legal brief backing gay marriage in Prop. 8 case

     
    Former California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman confirmed Tuesday that she had signed a legal brief supporting same-sex marriage, saying her views on Proposition 8 had changed "after careful review and reflection" and "the time has come" for...
  • Letters to the editor

    Poor first impression Re “A little too Reaganesque?,” Opinion, April 6 If the Fortune magazine cover photo reflects gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's political instincts and sensibilities, she's a goner. Former California Gov. Ronald...
  • Still short on details, Meg Whitman takes two stands that could hurt her

    Still short on details, Meg Whitman takes two stands that could hurt her
    Occasionally, like a trail of water finding a path through stone, honesty seeps into a political event. Proof came a few days ago at an Orange County gathering for Meg Whitman's campaign for governor. Mary Bono Mack, the Palm Springs congresswoman,...
  • Can lean times also be green times?

    As the giant cargo cranes at the Port of Long Beach loomed behind him, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last week cut quickly to a debate gaining intensity in his Republican Party: Should the state's passion for environmental protection survive a foundering...
  • Where is California's next governor? Probably up north

    Nearly two years before we learn the results of the 2010 governor's race, the identity of the likely winner is clear: Northern California. More than half of California's population may live south of the Tehachapi Mountains, but the state -- in matters of...
  • 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....
  • Advice for California's GOP candidates for governor

    Advice for California's GOP candidates for governor
    Meg Whitman struck it rich last month when she appeared on the cover of Fortune magazine, with a headline that asked if the Republican gubernatorial hopeful can "save California." It was a flattering profile, with friends and business associates attesting...
  • Poor California: No money and no leadership

    In the new movie "2012," whose video trailers were bombarding television airwaves last week, the world as we know it gives way three years hence under a siege of floods, eruptions, undulating continents and earthquakes. In other words, it's not much...