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Election polls, school $$$ and Prop. 23 on ‘TWINC’

By Josh Richman
Saturday, July 31st, 2010 at 10:59 am in 2010 election, 2010 governor's race.

I was on KQED’s “This Week in Northern California” last night to discuss the latest developments in the senatorial and gubernatorial elections; the Chronicle’s Jill Tucker talked about California’s quest for Race to the Top education funding; and the Merc’s Paul Rogers discussed AB 32, Proposition 23 and electric cars.

Also, my Chauncey Bailey Project colleague Tom Peele talked about the latest developments in the Bey IV murder prosecution, and filmmaker Zachary Stauffer discussed his film on Chauncey’s slaying, “A Day Late in Oakland,” airing next Friday, August 6th at 8:30pm on KQED.

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  • EdiBirsan

    I have been running a Survey site: for the past 4 months.
    There are 10 questions targeting issues in Concord. We established a Panel of those who want to be involved who suggest topics and questions. We strive to make the questions as neutral as possible so as to not push or pull anyone in any given direction. So we might as: Do you agree with a .5% sales tax increase to support city services? But not ask: Budget cuts are forcing a closure of life support for starving puppies and 9-1-1 call response as well as night time patrol of rape infested neighborhoods, will you agree to only a .5% sales revenue surcharge on non-essential items to prevent the collapse of the known astral temporal plane>?

    We also share the results with the community through an article in the Concordian and send out detailed summaries with the panel through the month.