An Inside Look At The 'Dark Art' Of Politics
NPR November 3, 2011
By: Ina Jaffe, Correspondent, National Desk NPR
No one seems to be talking about Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan this week — including Herman Cain. Instead, he's had to deal with allegations that he committed sexual harassment when he was head of the National Restaurant Association.
The Transition from Schwarzenegger to Brown 2.0: What To Expect
Fox & Hounds November 4, 2010
By: Joe Rodota
The smoke signals were being sent as long as 10 days ago: Candidate Jerry Brown began postulating what he’d do in office, while Meg Whitman fought off media reports of unfavorable polling. The transition from the Schwarzenegger Administration to the Second Brown Administration had begun.
The Campaign Promises of Jerry Brown
November 1, 2010
By: Forward Observer Research Analysts
Over the past several months, Governor-elect Jerry Brown has engaged in campaign debates, released policy positions on his website, answered questionnaires and submitted to media interviews. Here are 105 specific campaign promises Forward Observer has identified in the public domain as being of particular interest.