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Times Staff WriterAn invasion of armies can be resisted, the saying goes, but not an idea whose time has come. For millions of Californians who stomped to the polls Tuesday, the idea was change. And nothing — not political inexperience, not vague answers to issues,...
Chicago TribuneLOS ANGELES - The leadership of the AFL-CIO and California's largest labor organization asked Democratic officials yesterday not to run in the state's recall election, a boost to Gov. Gray Davis' goal of keeping fellow Democrats off the ballot to...
Sun National StaffLOS ANGELES -- In a stunning finale to a tumultuous campaign, angry California voters fired Gov. Gray Davis less than a year into his term and lifted movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger into the governor's chair in yesterday's recall election....
Associated PressSAN DIEGO - A federal judge struck down a portion of California's recall law yesterday, but the ruling will not stop the Oct. 7 election to remove Gov. Gray Davis. It will only change the way the balloting is done. U.S. District Judge Barry Moskowitz...
Los Angeles TimesAs the Republican Party's most prominent potential candidates kept silent on whether they would join the race to topple California Gov. Gray Davis, the incumbent struggled yesterday to keep fellow Democrats from abandoning him. There were signs that...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - By leaping with full force into the race to remove California's governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger resolved the mystery of whether he would be a candidate. Now the question is: Can he win? Yes, according to major-party strategists and...
Labor gambled and lost. Wendy Greuel drove away much of her own base. And it's done. After two years of campaigning and more than $30 million of spinning, the next mayor of Los Angeles will be Eric Garcetti, who doesn't exactly have what you'd call...
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The two apparent front-runners to replace Los Angeles City Councilman Tony Cardenas are veteran public officials with strong connections to the east San Fernando Valley Democratic machine that has sent candidates to City Hall since the mid-1990s. Both...
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