"Governor Moonbeam, Part Two"
** We start our Notes on the November, 2010 Elections Scorecard, with a moment of reflection in tribute to the late Los Angeles Times and Herald Examiner Sports Writer Allan "Mud" Malamud. His "Notes on the Scorecard" was a must read for sports fans for years in Los Angeles. Maybe Mud can comment from the "Great Redwood Bar in the Sky" on yesterdays proceedings.
Winners and losers in yesterday' elections.
Congress in Washington.
Part Two of Governor Moonbeam in Sacramento.
Union Pension Funds.
The bottom line of those who profited off Meg Whitman's $150,000,000+ campaign expenditure.
California's Labor Unions
California Democratic Party.
The late State Senator Jenny Orapeza.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.
Twenty-year old Republican Assembly Candidate Alvaro Day in the 44rd Assembly District, who gain by losing against Anthony Portatino.
43rd Assembly District Police State.
The junk science of Global Warming in California.
California's Conservatives who watch the moderates crash and burn yesterday.
All the Nickys in California.
The "Female Antonio" in Orange County, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez.
** BIG WINNER, Prop 20 that kills off Gerrymandering. Note to Congressman Howard Berman the Latinos are coming!! The Latinos are coming back to your district!!
Veteran Political Consultant Michael Trujillo's chances of working for Hillary again in 2012.
Female Billionaires who change their political stances to suit the electorate.
Not Governor in 2010 or U.S. Senator in 2013 Mayor Antonio Villar.
Californian's Pocket Books in the near future..
Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
District Attorney Steve Cooley.
Anyone under or soon to be under investigation by the District Attorney.
Fiscal sanity in Sacramento.
Public employees in California when the fiscal well runs dry.
Pot Heads and their Cartel allies.
The Death Penalty in California.
Victims Rights in the California Attorney General Office.
California State Parks.
Freedom of the Press in a certain Assembly District.
District Attorney Carmen Trutanich, not that would be a bad thing in the future.
California's Fiscal Future.
** BIG LOSER, Berman-Waxman Machine's Prop. 27 that would protected the practice of Gerrymandering.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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