In Tomorrow's Elections, Follow the Money

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Everybody knows that Meg Whitman is spending upwards of $160 million of her own money in the race for Governor. On the night before state elections, many voters find they’re behind the curve when it comes to ballot propositions. We not only explain what they mean but, what is just as important, talk about where the money’s coming from. We wrap up with the race for Superintendent of Public Instruction, the judges and talk about the slate cards that are filling your mailbox.  On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the latest on the cargo plane bomb plot.

Banner image: Candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction (L to R), Tom Torlakson and Larry Aceves



Warren Olney