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Voter Voices: Two votes for Whitman in Alhambra

VoicesAlhambra resident Russ Russell, 75, retired.

Q: Who was your vote for governor?

A: Meg Whitman. “I remember when Jerry Brown was governor and I don’t think he did that good of a job. If I had my way, I’d vote everyone out, wipe the slate clean... All I’ve seen in Sacramento is spend, spend, spend.”

Leora Juster, 25, Alhambra, a basketball coach.

She voted for Meg Whitman because she’s a businesswoman. “She’s more likely to do things that are pro-business and less government aid programs.”

--Rick Rojas in Alhambra

Share your election day stories: Times reporters are fanning out across L.A. to talk to voters about what they think is important about Tuesday's election. You can join the discussion by sharing your thoughts below. You can also offer election commentary on Twitter by using the hashtag #latvote.

 

 
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Whitman reminds me of Dick Cheney == evil


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