Garry South

Garry South Group

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Democratic political consultant and principal of the Garry South Group; former lead consultant on the Yes on F, No on D campaign

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The Republican National Party is spending 10 million dollars to reach out to Latinos, and the blue state of California presents an especially tough challenge.

Republicans Roll Out Campaign to Court Latino Voter

The Republican National Party is spending 10 million dollars to reach out to Latinos, and the blue state of California presents an especially tough challenge.

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Measures  D ,  E  and  F  on this month’s Los Angeles City ballot all deal with medical marijuana dispensaries.

Can LA Get a Handle on Medical Marijuana?

Measures D , E and F on this month’s Los Angeles City ballot all deal with medical marijuana dispensaries.

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Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

Will California's Proposition 8 Survive the US Supreme Court?

Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

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