Hotline: Liberal Counties Still to Report in California

1:08 A.M.: I haven't tried to figure out what California counties have reported so far, but the Hotline blog says that the liberal, populous counties ...
by | November 8, 2005

1:08 A.M.: I haven't tried to figure out what California counties have reported so far, but the Hotline blog says that the liberal, populous counties are still to come. That could be trouble for Arnold, (as well as the parental notification referendum) since only Ref. 75 of his four proposals is ahead right now.

They also note that the Virginia Attorney General race appears headed to a recount, with McDonnell, the Republican, ahead by only .08%. The Republican did win the lt. governor race.

The pace of my blogging might slow a bit at this point, as I will be writing Governing's referendum roundup for our website tomorrow. My tentative lede: voters across the country were presented with proposals to reform the way government operates, but largely opted for the status quo instead. That's pretty remarkable, given that most Americans think the country is on the wrong track.

Josh Goodman
Josh Goodman | Former Staff Writer | mailbox@governing.com