| Apr 19, 2009
SACRAMENTO - The California Republican Party on Saturday voted to oppose all six ballot proposals in next month's special election, saying voters must reject higher taxes.
The vote by the party's executive committee followed a lively, hour-long...
| May 20, 2009
| 11:31 AM
Today's topic: Now that voters have rejected the budget reform propositions, are tax increases inevitable? Or could the state shrink its way to a balanced budget without making disastrous cuts?
Expect painful cuts, but Washington may help us Point:...
| May 21, 2009
| 12:57 PM
Today's topic: What do Tuesday's results mean for the California GOP? Does the voters' rejection of the budget deal empower Republicans to be even less compromising, or does it encourage Democrats in Sacramento to marginalize and ignore the GOP by any...
| May 22, 2009
Today's topic: The failure of the propositions didn't eliminate the need for budget reform. What are the right steps for California to take to prevent the next fiscal meltdown? Daniel J.B. Mitchell and Tom Campbell finish their discussion on the state...
| Apr 5, 2010
Republican Meg Whitman's unprecedented spending spree in the race for governor has rocketed her into a narrow lead against Democrat Jerry Brown, while incumbent U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D) is holding her own as a trio of little-known GOP candidates vies...
| Sep 23, 2009
Republican Meg Whitman on Tuesday underscored the advantage of wealth in the 2010 race for governor, launching paid advertisements for her campaign nine months before GOP voters will determine their nominee.
The introductory ads, which the campaign...
| Oct 8, 2009
Jerry Brown has a solid lead against Gavin Newsom in the Democratic governor's race, but the race is much more wide open on the Republican side, according to a new Field Poll.
Brown, the former governor and current attorney general, had 47% support while...
| Dec 17, 2009
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's approval rating has dropped to a new low as Californians continue to worry about the economy and the state's dismal finances, according to a new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California.
The poll found that just 27%...
| Jun 22, 2009
| 1:16 PM
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Monday that he will not run for governor of California.
The mayor made the announcement on CNN's " The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."
Villaraigosa has been viewed by many as a strong...