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  • Kashkari and Donnelly offer 2 paths for California Republican Party

    Kashkari and Donnelly offer 2 paths for California Republican Party
    This may be the most ho-hum statewide election ever held in California. But there couldn't be more at stake for ailing Republicans. They're teetering on life or death.
  • California election results brighten GOP hopes for the future

    California election results brighten GOP hopes for the future
    The Republican Party is alive and kicking after all in California. Not exactly kicking butt — but surviving, thinking and scrapping. The GOP dodged a potentially fatal Tim Donnelly bullet by advancing the much safer Neel Kashkari to a November...

    Like his ideas or not, Kashkari is at least offering a plan

    Like his ideas or not, Kashkari is at least offering a plan
    SACRAMENTO — Give Neel Kashkari credit: He's thinking big and telling people his thoughts. The Republican has little chance of beating Gov. Jerry Brown and being elected governor. But don't tell him. He's campaigning hard and talking to anyone who...

    GOP fight could alter the party's course

    GOP fight could alter the party's course
    SACRAMENTO — Fifty years ago, Republicans across America fought a titanic civil war for ideological supremacy. The decisive battleground was California. Conservatives won, and the party turned rightward. It has veered in that direction ever since,...

    Lack of leadership a big obstacle in updating Prop. 13

    SACRAMENTO — Are California voters ready yet to change Proposition 13 so that all corporations pay their fair share of property taxes? A new nonpartisan poll indicates they might be. But a better, more relevant question is whether any state...