Bob Salladay

Capitol Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Capitol Reporter for the Los Angeles Times and author of its Political Muscle blog

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Nobody's surprised when a presidential candidate comes to California almost a year before the primary voting begins--looking for money.

Barack Obama in Los Angeles

Nobody's surprised when a presidential candidate comes to California almost a year before the primary voting begins--looking for money.

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The Governor and the Legislature are likely to  move California's presidential primary  up to February 5 of next year.

California's Voice in the 2008 Presidential Campaigns?

The Governor and the Legislature are likely to move California's presidential primary up to February 5 of next year.

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Action-movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger announced  his candidacy  on Jay Leno's  Tonight Show , and tonight he'll be back to share a few jokes--at a crucial moment in his campaign for…

Is Phil Angelides Ready for Late-Night TV?

Action-movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his candidacy on Jay Leno's Tonight Show , and tonight he'll be back to share a few jokes--at a crucial moment in his campaign for…

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