Phil Trounstine

Co-founder and Editor, CalBuzz.com

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Co-founder and editor of the political website CalBuzz.com

 

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Jerry Brown  was elected to the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees in 1969. A year later, voters made him Secretary of State.

Democrats Finally Have an Announced Candidate for Governor

Jerry Brown was elected to the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees in 1969. A year later, voters made him Secretary of State.

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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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

After six years in Sacramento, one of Governor Schwarzenegger's top advisors said today, "Every year, both sides retreat to their respective partisan corners and nothing gets done."

Gubernatorial Candidate Gavin Newsom

After six years in Sacramento, one of Governor Schwarzenegger's top advisors said today, "Every year, both sides retreat to their respective partisan corners and nothing gets done."

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