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SD15 special election on ‘TWINC’

By Josh Richman
Sunday, June 27th, 2010 at 11:55 am in 2010 election, California State Senate.

I was on KQED Channel 9’s “This Week in Northern California” on Friday night to discuss last week’s special primary election in the 15th State Senate District, where Democrat John Laird and Republican Sam Blakeslee were vying – and will vie again in an Aug. 17 special general election – to replace Abel Maldonado, now the lieutenant governor. Other news panel topics included Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to the Bay Area, November’s ballot measures and Oakland’s impending police layoffs.

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  • Elwood

    Hey everybody!

    Josh was on TWINC!

    Isn’t that grand?

  • Josh Richman

    I thought about not posting it, but then I thought, “Gee, Elwood will be so disappointed if I don’t.”

  • RR, Uninvited Columnist

    JR, why no necktie? Looks unprofessional.

  • Josh Richman

    S’funny, RR, a few people told me they actually thought it was a good move. But I’ll definitely take it under advisement.

  • Narcisa Skimehorn

    This whole issue is very illogical. Do we send money to Muslim nations? Do we send troops to defendMuslim people in Muslim nations? Do we bring Muslim refugee’s here from Iraq and Afganistan and othercountries? Do our tax dollars go to support and rebuild Muslim nations? But we tell the Muslims herethey cannot build their mosque. CRAZY