Skip to comments.CALIFORNIA: Governor sets CD10 special election date
Posted on 07/03/2009 5:52:21 PM PDT by SmithL
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has set Nov. 3 as the special election date to replace former 10th Congressional District representative Ellen Tauscher.
The primary election will be held Sept. 1.
Per special election rules, the primary is an open ballot, meaning that all candidates will appear on the same ballot regardless of party affiliation. The top vote-getter in each party plus the nonpartisan candidates will advance to the general election unless one candidate receives in the primary 50 percent plus one vote. If that occurs, the candidate will win the post outright.
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Ah yes Arnold - now there is a Governor who should step down.
Oh wait: He has already done that.... hasn’t he?
What in Sam Hill is that all about? The only good 'Arms Control and International Security' policy has been what it has always been - build better weapons, lot of them, and have well-trained forces...
Unfortunately I suspect the folks in the White House have something else in mind...
Guinness book of world records as to the number of Czars in one cabinet?
If there was a way for me to hate somebody, it would be Arnold. What that man has done to California is only exceeded by Jerry Brown.
Has there been any news on the Republican plans to contest this seat, or is Steele going to give it back to Democrats without a fight?
This disctrict has Travis Air Force Base and Lawrence Livermore Nuclear Labs in its jurisdiction.