David Lauter

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With key votes expected by Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins and West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, Brett Kavanaugh is likely to be confirmed as the next Associate…

Two California Senators, One Supreme Court Justice

With key votes expected by Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins and West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, Brett Kavanaugh is likely to be confirmed as the next Associate…

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Beware of polls, especially if an individual poll is telling a different story than most other polls.

New questions about political polling

Beware of polls, especially if an individual poll is telling a different story than most other polls.

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Partisan politics and the recession have virtually paralyzed state government. Governor Schwarzenegger and the legislature are setting records for low approval ratings.

Voters Pessimistic about Their State, Unhappy with Their Leaders

Partisan politics and the recession have virtually paralyzed state government. Governor Schwarzenegger and the legislature are setting records for low approval ratings.

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