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- Newsmaker: Compton's Once and Future Mayor
In an election last June, Eric Perrodin ousted long time Compton Mayor Omar Bradley. But Bradley protested and, after a lengthy court trial, was reinstated by a Superior Court judge. Today, Perrodin won his appeal of that decision. So, as of 4pm Thursday, Bradley is out again, and Perrodin is back in. The once and future mayor talks about his long road to Compton City Hall.
- Reporter's Notebook: No More Chads: Propositions 41 and 43
The outcome of the 2000 Presidential election was delayed because of obsolete voting machinery in Florida. It turns out that 40 percent of California voters use the same kind of punch cards that caused the problems. A.G. Block, Executive Editor of the political monthly California Journal, says that Propositions 41 and 43 will help resolve voting irregularities caused by man and machine.
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