Michael Mishak

Los Angeles Times

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Sacramento reporter for the Los Angeles Times; former political reporter for the Las Vegas Sun

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Proposition 32  on next month's ballot is generating big money and deluge of campaign commercials.

What's Behind the Fight over Proposition 32?

Proposition 32 on next month's ballot is generating big money and deluge of campaign commercials.

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To give the western states a louder voice, the Democrats will hold nominating caucuses in Nevada in January, before the New Hampshire primary.

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To give the western states a louder voice, the Democrats will hold nominating caucuses in Nevada in January, before the New Hampshire primary.

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Next year's presidential primary process may be over exactly one year from today as big states and little states compete to become more important.

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