California's presidential primary won't mean a thing, but tomorrow's election could shake up state politics for years to come. It could change things in Washington, as well as in Sacramento. We'll hear why the LA Times told readers, "Don't sit this one out." Also, Mitt Romney has the GOP nomination sewed up, but there's still an active opponent in California. We talk with Fred Karger, the openly gay candidate who worked for Gerald Ford, George HW Bush, and Ronald Reagan. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Florida election laws: shades of the Bush-Gore debacle 12 years ago.
Election June, 2012: A California Primary to Remember?
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Fred Karger for President?
For most of his 62 years, Fred Karger has been involved in politics as a consultant to Republican politicians, first here in California, then nationwide. He advised...
Florida Voting Drama and the November Elections
Remember the year 2000? Florida is at it again. Republican Governor Rick Scott and his Secretary of State Ken Detzner have set out to purge the voting rolls of thousands...