Live-blogging the election

Live-blogging the election

California Election 2014At the blog, we’ll be live-blogging the election this evening. So tune in.

The main races to watch are:

  • Superintendent of public instruction, between union ally Tom Torlakson and reformer Marshall Tuck.
  • Several California races for U.S. Congress, which will help decide the size of the expected Republican majority in the House.
  • Several state Senate and Assembly races, which will decide if the Democrats regain their two-chamber supermajority, allowing them to massively increases taxes willy-nilly.
  • Ballot initiatives, including Proposition 1, the $7.5 billion bond measure.

Remember: This is a democracy, so as they say in Chicago, vote early and vote often.





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