Monthly Archives: January 2007

  • DNC to California: No Loss of Delegates

    California won't lose any delegates if it moves up its presidential primary, according to a letter sent to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez and Senate President pro Tem Don Perata from the co-chairs of the Democratic National Committee's Rul

  • Is Everyone Running but Me?

    A diarist on Daily Kos reports that General Wes Clark will announce his candidacy for the Presidency on Friday's edition of Hardball. 
    And, Donna Brazille strongly hints that Al Gore might announce after the February 25th Oscar tel

  • Newsom Campaign Manager Quits

    The Gavin Newsom for Mayor campaign today announced the resignation of Campaign Manager Alex Tourk for "personal reasons."
    In a press release Tourk said, "It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the Newsom campaigns an

  • CA Dems in DC to Size Up Presidentials

    Last November, voters in California and across the country demonstrated that they had enough of Bush and his henchmen up on Capitol Hill and put the Democrats in charge of Congress.

    This weekend 30 California members of

  • Obama Hires Veteran California Fundraiser

    In a sign that the Obama campaign will not cede any ground in the fight for California dollars, the campaign has hired veteran California fundraiser Tammy Paster. Paster — who has raised funds for many statewide campaigns including Senator

  • Boo Hoo

    After twelve years of absolute Republican rule of the House of Representatives, we have now experienced a blissful 27 days of Democratic control. Well, the control has been blissful for us. But, perhaps not so much for the Republicans. Sounding l

  • Phil Looks Back and Ahead

    California Progress Report has a chatty interview with Angelides about the 2006 campaign. Lest there be any lingering doubt, Angelides insists that it's another world out there. He notes the vast difference between face-to-face contact with v

  • Center, Right, and Lite

    Celebrity Demo-couple Warren Beatty and Annette Bening have a funny take on the Governor's leftward drift. In his Political Muscle blog, LA Times reporter Robert Salladay writes that Beatty used the Golden Globes as the backdrop to push

  • Hillary Rides An Early Wave

    A new Rasmussen poll out today shows Senator Hillary Clinton building on her lead as the frontrunner in the 2008 presidential primary after her Iowa town hall won kudos from the pundits.
    Likely Democratic primary voters.

  • Move to Change Presidential Primary Gains Steam

    Thousands of Californians have signed a petition being circulated by The Courage Campaign to move California's presidential primary to February 5th (to sign the petition, and see a CNN story on the campaign, click here.
    The Los Angeles

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