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  • Cha-ching: Gov. candidates offer fund-raising details

     
    The old saying goes that the devil is in the details, and while that's a tired old maxim, it really does apply to the murky world of campaign finance. While Lucifer himself may not show up on anyone's year-end reports,......
  • Labor groups express concern about California budget initiative

     
    Labor groups are mounting a last-ditch effort to dissuade the group California Forward from placing on the November ballot a constitutional amendment to change the way California assembles its budget....
  • GOP Senate sends its budget to the state House.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett weighed in Wednesday on the $27.6 billion budget backed by fellow Republicans in the state Senate, warning that even though the state has some extra money in its pocket, it’s still going to finish the fiscal year......
  • This time it’s Dave Weldon considering the GOP U.S. Senate race

     
    Jeb Bush? Nope. Vern Buchanan? Nope. Mike Haridopolos? Yes, no, no.George LeMieux? Yes. Yes. Yes. Adam Hasner? Yes, no, no. Craig Miller? Yes, no. Allen West? Nope. Connie Mack? No. No. Yes. Adam Putnam? Nope. Any other Republicans available to run for...
  • San Diego paper endorses Councilman Carl DeMaio for mayor

     
    The U-T San Diego — formerly the San Diego Union-Tribune — has endorsed City Councilman Carl DeMaio, a conservative Republican and the campaign's leading pension hawk and proponent for outsourcing city government jobs, for mayor in the June...
  • Suffolk U. Florida poll has Obama, Romney in virtual tie

     
    President Barack Obama has a 1-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney in Florida, with just 7 percent of the state's voters undecided, according to a new poll by Suffolk University and a Miami television station.  The 46-to-45 percent finding is well...
  • Greek politicians still struggling to form government

     
    Greeks politicians struggled Wednesday to find common ground to form a new government after Sunday's election. The radical left leader, Alex Tsipras, has been meeting with other party chiefs to try to come to an agreement on a government....
  • Sheriff, TV stars, grassroots group endorse in races

     
    Three candidates in hot congressional races got an unusual range of endorsements this week. Actress and animal rights activist Betty White backed Rep. Howard Berman and Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona announced support for businessman Phil Liberatore....
  • The Young Turks’ Cenk Uygur on “fake neutrality” in TV news

     
    Though the official general election season is still months away, your television is likely overrun with incendiary ads and partisan discourse that drive you nuts. But before you turn on that “news” program that makes you feel so much better,...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Moving The Budget Dominoes.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. In case you missed it yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee got the next set of budget dominoes in line as it voted, along party lines, to send the $27.65 billion budget plan approved by the......
  • Big cuts coming after state deficit skyrockets, Gov. Brown says

     
    ov. Jerry Brown warned of more painful spending cuts after the state's projected budget deficit jumped to $16 billion, much larger than the $9.2 billion estimated in January....