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Topic - Mark Dicamillo
"Regardless of the final results of the election, Wednesday, Nov. 7 continues a gigantic battle between small-government, constitutional conservatives and the big-government Republicans for the heart and soul of the GOP," longtime conservative maven Richard Viguerie tells Inside the Beltway.
There's something cruel yet comical in the way that California voters continually elect Democrats and then forbid them from raising taxes.
Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman find themselves tied in their race for California governor, but voters have grown increasingly disenchanted with both candidates, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
"A lot of this depends on the credibility of Gov. Brown. He's basically taken ownership of Proposition 30," said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll in San Francisco. "Brown is viewed quite positively, which is what gives [Proposition 30] a chance and why it's hanging in there."
Mr. Brown has yet to release any of his own advertisements, which has wounded the candidate, said the poll's director, Mark DiCamillo.