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  • Several Senate races tighten; write-in Lisa Murkowski closes on Republican Joe Miller [Update]

     
    New polls show race snapshots as early voting begins in many states as soon as next week....
  • Proposition 23 poll shows a dead heat among California voters

     
    California voters believe global warming is a significant issue and are inclined to trust scientific views on the subject, but they remain closely divided on a November ballot measure that would suspend the state's global warming statute, according to a.....
  • Brown, Boxer ahead in new Times/USC poll

     
    Democrat Jerry Brown has moved into a narrow lead over Republican Meg Whitman in their fractious contest for governor, while his party colleague Barbara Boxer has opened a wider margin over GOP nominee Carly Fiorina in the race for U.S.......
  • Obama popular in California, Times-USC poll finds

     
    President Obama, whose national poll numbers have declined in the last year, remains popular in California, according to a new Times-USC poll. When respondents were asked "Do you approve or disapprove of the job being done by Barack Obama as......
  • Brown leads Whitman, Boxer leads Fiorina in Times/USC poll

     
    A new Los Angeles Times/USC poll shows that Democratic candidate Jerry Brown is leading Republican Meg Whitman, 49% to 44%, in the California governor's race. Brown is strongly favored by women and Latinos, but younger voters are only marginally in......
  • Boxer says she expects federal help for San Bruno

     
    Calif. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who plans to tour San Bruno Saturday, called for a thorough investigation of the pipeline explosion and promised that the federal government would lend assistance to residents of the area. She noted that when the National......
  • Bob Kerrey is out: Who's the new pick for MPAA chief?

     
    It's been a poorly kept secret in Hollywood that the MPAA has been engaged in a prolonged waltz with former U.S. Sen. Bob Kerrey, who was the first (and for that matter, second and third) choice to succeed Dan Glickman......
  • Poll watch: Dems find glimmers of hope

     
    by Mike Memoli Democrats are, with appropriate perspective, pointing to a handful of polls this week that they say indicates the political climate is at worst stabilizing, and at best beginning to improve for their Congressional candidates this year....
  • Social media wrap: California watchdog recommends Internet political campaign regulations

     
    California's Fair Political Practices Commission recommends curbs on politicians' use of Twitter and Facebook to reflect current rules governing traditional old-media campaigns....
  • Boxer resurrects Fiorina's hair jab

     
    Lisa Mascaro reports from Capitol Hill that Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) couldn't help but allude to her rival's jab over her hair style during a press conference this morning. After adjusting a step stool to boost her height as she......
  • Fiorina on Kagan: She's not an insider

     
    Carly Fiorina isn't a U.S. senator, but she played one in announcing that she wouldn't vote to confirm Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court. It's admirable that she went on the record, but her explanation of her opposition is, well, paradoxical. Is Kagan...
  • Michael Hiltzik: The search for the bad guy at Hewlett-Packard

     
    It has been well said that what's really scandalous isn't what's illegal, but what's legal. By that token, in corporate America the real scandal may not be what's deemed unacceptable, but what counts as business as usual. This thought comes......