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Meg Whitman on the air. Gavin Newsom on Pluto? The 'demon sheep' fallout.

Today on the Times' state politics blog, PolitiCal: Los Angeles television watchers are going to be seeing a lot of Meg Whitman over the next few days. Has San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom been abducted by one-eyed aliens from Pluto? U.S. Sen Barbara Boxer calls for new taxes. And the fallout continues from the instant Internet classic "demon sheep" ad released by GOP Senate hopeful Carly Fiorina.

Check out these stories, and the latest headlines from Sacramento and around the state on PolitCal.

-- Anthony York

 
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Not mush left in Michigan, am backing Carly simply because California needs to wake up.


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