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ELECTION 2010

 

Stories, editorials, videos, photos and links regarding the upcoming Gubernatorial General Election on Nov. 2, 2010. Palo Alto Online will update results live on election night starting at 8 p.m. Also on election night, follow the Palo Alto Weekly on Twitter for updates from reporters.

NEWS

Three vie for two seats on East Palo Alto City Council (Posted Oct. 22)

Firefighters loan $35,000 to Measure R campaign (Posted Oct. 22)

Whitman leads Brown in local cash raised (Posted Oct. 15)

Gubernatorial candidates' top Palo Alto contributors (Posted Oct. 15)

The battle over Measure R (Posted Oct. 15)

Democratic forces clash over Measure S (Posted Oct. 15)

Conlon, Gordon vie for Assembly seat (Posted Oct. 8)

EDITORIALS/OPINIONS

Editorial Review: The Weekly recommendations (Posted Oct. 22)

Editorial: Lou Becker for Santa Clara Valley Water District board (Posted Oct. 22)

Editorial: East Palo Alto's Abrica, Woods deserve reelection (Posted Oct. 22)

Editorial: Measure R deserves overwhelming defeat (Posted Oct. 15)

Editorial: Yes on S for savings in Palo Alto elections (Posted Oct. 15)

Editorial: A mixed bag of state propositions (Posted Oct. 15)

Editorial: Rich Gordon ready for state Assembly (Posted Oct. 8)

Editorial: County's Measure A will quietly help children (Posted Oct. 8)

Editorial: YES on Measure E: Foothill-De Anza tax (Posted Oct. 1)

LINKS

Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters (Santa Clara County election information)

ShapeTheFuture.org (San Mateo County election information)

California Secretary of State (California election information)

League of Women Voters of Palo Alto

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