Friday Apr 18
The San Diego Union-Tribune
DeMaio highlights Peters' role in pension case
The city of San Diego's pension underfunding debacle is resurfacing in the 52nd Congressional District campaign with Carl DeMaio saying Scott Peters should cover what could be $7 million in defense fees generated from a resulting court case.
McClintock Race Could Give Democrats New Playbook To Take Out Conservatives
In 2012, Rep. Tom McClintock won re-election by 22 percent. So why is he sending fundraising appeals warning of a "total liberal takeover"? In 2002, conservative businessman Bill Simon bested former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan a fierce primary contest that would culminate with a general election match-up with incumbent Governor Gray Davis.
Obama Probably Won't Tout This Position of Cesar Chavez's ...
While the president is set to speak before the film about the noted farm labor leader, he likely won't touch on Chavez's strong opposition to illegal immigration.
Obamacare tested in Florida special election
With a few exceptions, the national implications of House special elections are almost always overblown, hyped by partisans and over-analyzed by the media.
Center for American Progress
Arizona, Immigration, and LGBT Rights: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Anthony Musa and Brianna Pantillione joined nearly 250 LGBT rights supporters who protested S.B. 1062 at the Arizona State Capitol.