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  1. Ballot measures
    Californians enacted term limits for most state officeholders, voted down sweeping envi...
    California Journal, December 1990, pp. 578-589
  2. Bill Honig
    The state school chief's policies - and personality - clash with the governor's.
    California Journal, September 1987, pp. 443-445
  3. A bittersweet farewell
    George Deukmejian kept his campaign promises. In the end, that proved to be a source of...
    California Journal, January 1991, pp. 7-14
  4. Bradley-Duke rematch
    Tom Bradley and George Deukmejian are locked in a grim rematch for the governor's office.
    California Journal, October 1986, pp. 480-484
  5. Bradley: a campaign in trouble?
    A variety of campaign woes continue to shrink Tom Bradley's standings in the polls. Wil...
    California Journal, June 1986, pp. 298-300
  6. The budget deal
    Finishing off the 1989-90 state budget took a lot of negotiating between old enemies, p...
    California Journal, August 1989, pp. 329-331
  7. The budget headache
    The inaugural party's over, and for Pete Wilson it's a $7 billion headache.
    California Journal, February 1991, pp. 51-54
  8. The budget
    Governor Pete Wilson and legislative leaders didn't so much craft a new state budget as...
    California Journal, September 1992, pp. 425-430
  9. A California Journal book review
    A new book explores lobbying through the eyes of lobbyists.
    California Journal, September 1992, pp. 456-458
  10. Campaign 1988
    California Journal's district-by-district analyses of the June primary election.
    California Journal, May 1988, p. 195
  11. The Capitol's best
    Freshman Senator Pat Johnston and Assemblyman Phil Isenberg emerged as the state's high...
    California Journal, April 1992, pp. 173-182
  12. The changing electorate
    Californians are staying away from the polls in record numbers as fewer and fewer voter...
    California Journal, November 1990, pp. 517-521
  13. Doing the 'Bob Presley'
    Riverside's state senator prefers compromise to conflict - and David Roberti is grateful.
    California Journal, January 1983, pp. 25-27
  14. The Duke
    Whether the governor steps into the national spotlight or stays home to try for a third...
    California Journal, September 1987, pp. 423-426
  15. Election 1990
    A complete review of results from the June primary election, including races for all co...
    California Journal, July 1990, pp. 326-346
  16. For fun and profit
    Contract lobbyists sell their services, and some of them have been doing very well, tha...
    California Journal, February 1986, pp. 74-76
  17. Herschensohn vs. Boxer
    The race to succeed Alan Cranston provides a classic confrontation between a liberal an...
    California Journal, October 1992, pp. 482-484
  18. Legislative Wrap-up
    Governor Deukmejian can look back on 1985 as a year which saw him blunt criticism that ...
    California Journal, November 1985, pp. 472-473
  19. Legislative wrap-up
    Legislators spent a lot of time patting themselves on the back at the end of the legisl...
    California Journal, November 1989, pp. 457-458
  20. Legislature in turmoil
    A new session may have started, but the California Legislature, especially the Assembly...
    California Journal, January 1989, pp. 10-14
  21. Library lament
    Many school libraries are hopelessly out of date, but there is little money around to c...
    California Journal, August 1991, pp. 381-383
  22. Lobbying in Sacramento
    The amount of money spent to lobby all levels of California government has increased dr...
    California Journal, February 1986, pp. 71-72
  23. The luster's gone?
    State legislatures around the country are starting to echo a common theme: Don't become...
    California Journal, June 1990, p. 299
  24. McCarthy v. Bergeson
    Two able, decent candidates are turning the race for lieutenant governor into a shoddy ...
    California Journal, September 1990, pp. 446-448
  25. The Minnies
    It's a repeat performance for the top state senator and Assembly member in California J...
    California Journal, March 1994, pp. 8-16
  26. The Odd Couple
    An unusual alliance between Speaker Willie Brown and Minority Leader Pat Nolan has brou...
    California Journal, October 1985, pp. 406-410
  27. Pete n'Leo
    Two uninspiring candidates vie for the U. S. Senate in a California version of "Battle ...
    California Journal, September 1988, pp. 370-374
  28. Pete Wilson
    It's been a four-aspirin first year for California's chief executive, and things don't ...
    California Journal, December 1991, pp. 541-546
  29. Pete Wilson
    With re-election looming just over the horizon, the governor tries to weather storm-tos...
    California Journal, April 1993, pp. 6-12
  30. Polling
    With a huge election season just around the corner, pollsters are polishing their cryst...
    California Journal, August 1991, pp. 363-364
  31. The race for governor
    The Democratic candidate for governor will emerge from an expensive and grueling primar...
    California Journal, April 1990, pp. 181-184
  32. Rating legislators
    Who is the smartest Assembly member? Which state senator has the most integrity? Who ar...
    California Journal, March 1990, pp. 133-142
  33. Reapportionment
    Reapportionment isn't the same old game.
    California Journal, May 1991, pp. 204-206
  34. The return of Ed Reinecke
    California Journal, March 1983, pp. 133-134
  35. The second term
    After blessing George Deukmejian with a landslide victory, Californians shouldn't expec...
    California Journal, December 1986, pp. 579-581
  36. Senate 1992
    Thanks to Wilson's election and Alan Cranston's decision not to seek reelection, Califo...
    California Journal, December 1990, pp. 564-566
  37. The Speakership
    Caught between the Gang of Five, the Grizzlies and the GOP, Speaker Willie Brown's long...
    California Journal, April 1988, pp. 152-169
  38. The Supreme Court election
    If California voters oust one or more Supreme Court justices this November, it may have...
    California Journal, September 1986, pp. 423-427
  39. Tom Hayes
    Can the new state treasurer become Mr. Republican? And can he fight off challenges by t...
    California Journal, June 1989, pp. 247-250
  40. The treasurer's race
    Just how important is politics to the job of state treasurer? Not very, says incumbent ...
    California Journal, August 1990, pp. 381-384
  41. Two little sisters
    The most intriguing race of 1990 could pit Kathleen Brown against Bay Buchanan for stat...
    California Journal, May 1990, pp. 243-246
  42. U.S. Senate '94
    Democrat Dianne Feinstein and Republican Michael Huffington are running decidedly diffe...
    California Journal, October 1994, pp. 10-12
  43. Waste not
    The California Integrated Waste Management Board could be former Governor George Deukme...
    California Journal, May 1991, pp. 233-239
  44. Whither the state's Democrats?
    Is the California Democratic Party alive and healthy, or is it struggling to maintain i...
    California Journal, March 1987, pp. 120-124
  45. Who's liberal? Who's conservative?
    A California Journal survey of voting records shows very few legislators fall in the mi...
    California Journal, January 1987, pp. 30-35
  46. Wilson vs. Feinstein
    The campaign for governor is now in full swing, but the two gubernatorial candidates se...
    California Journal, October 1990, pp. 464-468
  47. Wilson's victory
    Pete Wilson defeated Dianne Feinstein and now inherits a state in disarray. California ...
    California Journal, December 1990, pp. 560-563
  48. Women in politics
    A growing number of women are running for, and being elected to, public office. What do...
    California Journal, January 1988, pp. 7-11
  49. Women in politics
    An anti-incumbent sentiment, coupled with backlash from the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill ...
    California Journal, February 1992, pp. 61-64
  50. The 1988 elections
    There will be few targeted legislators, few heavily contested races as Republicans and ...
    California Journal, December 1987, pp. 585-586
  51. 1990 free-for-all
    George Deukmejian's announcement that he would not seek a third term as governor in 199...
    California Journal, February 1989, pp. 50-82
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