Category Archives: California Democratic Primary

Background on Voting in the California 48th

Background on Voting in the California 48th So far in the California Primary in the 48th Congressional Disttrict, 109,343 votes have been counted. Of these, 50,266 voted for Democratic candidates. That is 46%. Voters for Republicans were 58,080, or 53%. … Continue reading

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Live Action Report of PAC Spending for the CA 48th Congressional District

PAC Spending for the CA 48th Congressional District First, my motivational messages for why Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is no longer representative of the 48th California District.  We start with the rising sea level and its projected damage to Newport … Continue reading

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What a Fine Predicament This Is: CA 48th and the Top Two Ballot

What a Fine Predicament This Is: CA 48th and the Top Two Ballot I spent a lot of time and posts analyzing the 2016 Presidential race, partly for its bizarro arithmetic. I once pointed out that the effect of the … Continue reading

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On the West Coast, We Need an Earthquake Early Warning System

On the West Coast, We Need an Earthquake Early Warning System In Denying Us an Earthquake Early Warning System, President Trump is Not Providing for the Common Defense or General Welfare. The inaugural presidential oath is to uphold the constitution … Continue reading

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California Should Celebrate Its National Election Contributions

California Should Celebrate Its National Election Contributions I and others complain that California, whose polls close at the latest hours, and which is far from a swing state, and has one of the last primaries, appears to be far from … Continue reading

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Displacement in the Democratic District Delegate Splits

Displacement in the Democratic District Delegate Splits In a delegate distribution based on congressional districts, where there often is just a two way split, there has to be some misrepresentations when a few delegates are split to match a continuous … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Becomes First Woman Presidential Candidate

Hillary Clinton First Woman Presidential Candidate of a Major Party There are many laudatory titles that could have been chosen here. Here’s another. Former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has convincingly achieved the Democratic nomination for … Continue reading

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Sanders’ Dream

Sanders’ Dream With the AP count that Clinton now has just the right number of delegates to win the nomination, or 2383. She must have gained the needed 28 superdelegates to add to her 548 to get 576 delegates. That … Continue reading

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Closing on the Real Super Tuesday and the Clinton Nomination

Closing on the Real Super Tuesday and the Clinton Nomination Two days from the Real Super Tuesday, Clinton has won the Puerto Rico Primary and closes on the nomination. Clinton now has a total of 2,355 delegates, which is only … Continue reading

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New Jersey and California Delegate Splits

It’s the Delegates, Bernie, Not the Win: New Jersey and California Delegates This article is mainly about how the New Jersey District Delegates will be split on the June 7 Democratic Primary. Previously, I analyzed the California Democratic primary and … Continue reading

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