Los Angeles politicians have struggled for more than five years to regulate medical marijuana, trying to balance the needs of the sick against neighborhood concerns that pot shops attract crime.
Unfortunately, political poll after political poll reveals that the presidential election of 2012 has much to do – in fact, more to do – with the race of the presidential candidate than most anything else.
Gov. Jerry Brown denied Friday that Proposition 30, a tax hike proposal, lost support from voters because of recent attacks from a similar measure.
Though the polls give political junkies a rush – and can put them on a natural high for a time or sink them into the bowels of depression – they mean absolutely nothing on Election Day. The poll taken on Election Day at the nation’s polling booths is obviously the only one that counts.
Southland residents will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their votes in California’s primary election.
Governor-elect Jerry Brown faces a mounting budget deficit and a host of other issues, but voters say it’s time to focus on cutting down medical costs and fixing our schools.
A record numbers of absentee ballots may result in a lower turnout, but millions of Californians are heading out today cast their vote.
Voters are heading to the polls across the state to determine who will become the next governor of California.
Republican Meg Whitman and Democrat Jerry Brown are delivering their closing arguments to California voters, appearing at events throughout the Golden State as they pitch their proposals to turn the financially troubled state around.