The good news keeps coming for incumbent Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer. The latest Field Poll of likely voters has her leading Carly Fiorina by six points.
|By: Teddy Partridge Wednesday June 9, 2010 7:20 pm|
The Secretary of State is the person in California charged with protecting the integrity of the voting system, reporting results of elections and monitoring campaign integrity. So it is fitting that the GOP, in defeating Birther Queen Orly Taitz, instead nominated Damon Dunn, who describes himself as a “recovering non-voter” who never voted until 2009. He joins ticket-toppers Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina, notorious non-voters both, on the GOP ticket.
|By: David Dayen Monday May 17, 2010 2:59 pm|
Tom Campbell is seen as a moderate Republican, although he’s a Friedmanite conservative on economic issues. But his moderate pose has made him the most acceptable to the general electorate in California among the three candidates in the June GOP Senate primary. Campbell posts the best numbers against Barbara Boxer, basically in a dead heat, [...]
|By: David Dayen Sunday April 18, 2010 7:30 am|
Boxer exhorted the delegates to support her campaign, saying “I won’t turn my back on you. The lines are drawn. We are in a real fight for the direction of our state and our nation…
|By: David Dayen Saturday April 17, 2010 12:00 pm|
FDL News asked Boxer if she would participate in the nullification of AB 32 if that was the only way to pass a federal climate and energy bill. “I do not support pre-emption,” Boxer said. She understood the need for clarity in trading systems, and that having one for California and one for the rest of the nation may be unwise. But pre-empting the entirety of AB 32 would reduce multiple standards for carbon reduction. “We’ll have to see how the bill is written,” Boxer said, hoping that it could be devised in such a way where California would be able to continue to pursue aggressive regulation of greenhouse gas emissions on their own schedule. Her initial bill was essentially written in that way.