On politics in the Golden State

« Previous Post | PolitiCal Home | Next Post »

First Take: GOP candidates square off. Incumbents in peril?

March 15, 2010 |  7:41 am

If you didn't get enough from the Republican candidates for governor at this weekend's GOP convention, tune in Monday evening when Steve Poizner and Meg Whitman meet in their first debate.

Michael Finnegan and Seema Mehta wrap up this weekend's Republican confab in Santa Clara, and look at the party's efforts to tap into voter anger.

Jean Merl reports that some of that anger could endanger incumbents in both parties when it comes to California congressional races.

George Skelton talks to former Assembly Speaker Willie Brown, who says the Legislature has become too liberal.

For live updates on Monday night's GOP gubernatorial debate, and the latest from California politics as it happens, follow PolitiCal on Twitter.

-- Anthony York