Arnold Steinberg

Republican political strategist

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At the Repubican convention yesterday here in LA the nominee for Governor of Caifornia, Neel Kashari told delegates he’s prepared to transform a party which has been hemorrhaging…

Frayed CA GOP Struggles to Find Unity

At the Repubican convention yesterday here in LA the nominee for Governor of Caifornia, Neel Kashari told delegates he’s prepared to transform a party which has been hemorrhaging…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Tonight's vice presidential debate  will dramatize a political pattern that doesn't get much attention: the parties have not contested the cities for years.

Why Don't the National Candidates Campaign in the Cities?

Tonight's vice presidential debate will dramatize a political pattern that doesn't get much attention: the parties have not contested the cities for years.

from To the Point

How did Republican  Meg Whitman  manage to lose the Governor’s race to Democrat  Jerry Brown  after spending at least $140 million?  Pretty much because she spent all that money — and…

Why Whitman Lost

How did Republican Meg Whitman manage to lose the Governor’s race to Democrat Jerry Brown after spending at least $140 million?  Pretty much because she spent all that money — and…

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