ed&id=1716">Matt Welch at November 5, 2002 11:10 AM

Fox News has a list of all California offices up for grabs here. It's also got brief info on each of the candidates and links to their campaign websites. It's a pretty good resource.

Posted by: Emily at November 5, 2002 12:57 PM

The best thing that can come out of this dismal race is the death of Gray Davis' national political ambitions. He'll win tonight, but if enough people make protest votes, he'll win by a slim margin. I can't vote for retard Simon or the dingbat Lib/Green loons, so I'm writing in George Foreman. Everybody loves George Foreman and his magical grilling machine. Anyway, Davis is going to have a hard time running for US Senate or (god forbid) president if he can't even get a landslide in a Democrat majority state with no serious competition.

As for the rest of the bums, I'm voting against every incumbent -- and NO on every proposition, as always. The only proposition I'll ever support is the voter initiative to outlaw voter initiatives.

Posted by: Ken Layne at November 5, 2002 03:23 PM

Indepundit had san diego endorsements.

Indepundit.com

Posted by: Kevin at November 5, 2002 07:24 PM

The newspaper endorsements I've seen in the Bay Area are party-line Democrat with one or two token Reeps thrown in to create the illusion of objectivity: the Murky News endorsed RINO McPherson over Bustamante, and the Chron McClintock over Westly for Controller. I follow that practice in reverse, and my token Democrat is Bustamante because McPherson pissed me off once or twice on a personal level. I'm against all propositions that spend money, except for Arnie's, which must be good because the teachers are against it.

Posted by: Richard Bennett at November 6, 2002 03:14 AM
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