The anti-Republican – or anti-Bush – sentiment nationwide was not strong enough to penetrate the California Gubernatorial election in which Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, as predicted, easily defeated Democratic opponent Phil Angelides on Tuesday.
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With not much opportunity for an exciting college nightlife amid the sea of antique stores in downtown La Verne, students at the University have found ways to spice up their college years and fill their pocketbooks through racy employment.
While wet, cool weather has helped bring an end to the devastating fires that surrounded Los Angeles from the northwest to the southeast, concerns remain about the health impact on both human beings and the environment.
Ten days after rolling blackouts darkened California for two consecutive days, Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger is reported to have entertained a private rendezvous with then-Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay at the Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel on May 17, 2001.
Surely you already know the outcome of the California recall election, but for the sake of argument, let’s assume you are a shut-in living in a shack in Fontana with no electricity or newspaper subscription. For our loyal readers in this demographic, allow me to reiterate the election results for you.
After six-weeks of blowout campaigning and record spending, California’s historic gubernatorial recall effort culminated Tuesday as voters turned out en force to recall recently elected Gov. Gray Davis and replace him with action-movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
For the first time since Lynn Frazier received the boot as governor of North Dakota in 1921, it has happened.
Come one, come all to the California governor’s recall election, which promises to be one of the biggest circuses in recent history.
It’s happening. The event that has captivated California for the last few months is finally coming to pass. No, not Kobe, the other thing: the recall election. After next Tuesday, we will find out who our new governor if we are to have one is going to be.
With continuing concerns about punch-card ballot chads hanging over the California recall election, new concerns have been raised over the electronic voting machines meant to replace the existing systems.