A Look At Some Of The Decisions California Voters Will Have To Make Come November
A gubernatorial race, controversial ballot initiatives and battles over congressional seats that could help create a national blue wave are all things to watch with the election just short of two weeks away.
East Bay Times:
Ten Things To Watch For In California’s Biggest Elections
Barring any October surprises or a major upset, [Lt. Gov. Gavin] Newsom will be looking to claim a mandate for some of his ambitious and liberal policies, including a move to a single-payer health care system, more funding for education, and efforts to fight childhood poverty. Brown’s successor seems likely to lack his domineering influence in Sacramento — so racking up a big win could help Newsom show his political muscle. (Tolan, 10/25)