In remarks at the Stanford Mansion on June 26 supporting The Maddy Institute’s Bob Beverly Legislative Intern Scholarship Fund, Gov. Jerry Brown allowed that:
“You’re never down as long as another election is coming up.”
He noted that in the 1978 primary he was in a dead heat with Republican Attorney General Evelle Younger.
That was the same election when voters approved Proposition 13 by a 65 percent margin.
Brown had traveled the state denouncing Proposition 13 as a “fraud” and a “rip-off,” among other pejoratives. So the governor figured it might be wise to change strategy for the general election.
He told the landmark Read more »
Updated June 29 with statement from the Zelenik campaign U.S. Rep. Diane Black says she’s been endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. A Black campaign spokeswoman also sent along a zinger referring to her opponent’s announcement Wednesday that she’d … Continue reading →
Former “Saturday Night Live” star Victoria Jackson has endorsed Lou Ann Zelenik, the campaign said Wednesday. The presser: Lou Ann Zelenik Announces the Endorsement of Former Saturday Night Live Star Victoria Jackson For Immediate Release: Mt. Juliet, TN—Sixth district congressional … Continue reading →
A congressional primary election served as a barometer of public sentiment on energy policy and government interventionism into free markets, specifically the NATGAS act pushed by T. Boone Pickens.
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“Maddy made the mistake of saying he smoked a marijuana cigarette. I never made that mistake.”
– At the Stanford Mansion during The Maddy Institute Bob Beverly Legislative Intern Scholarship Fundraiser, June 26, 2012
Democratic Rep. Jim Cooper said today that he’ll vote against holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. “In my opinion, the House is rushing to judgment on this important issue,” Cooper said in a statement. “After hearing testimony … Continue reading →
UPDATE, 3:15 p.m.: Metro Council members just received a letter from more than 300 women supporting Wynn’s candidacy. ORIGINAL POST: While a handful of names have been swirling since Monday as potential successors to John Arriola as Davidson County clerk, … Continue reading →