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February 9, 2006

California's changing voters

-- by Thomas Leavitt

Got this off a queer Dem political mailing list... interesting shifts, both demographically in population terms, and in relation to the increasing percentage of people voting by mail; the latter precipitates all sorts of issues regarding voting security and privacy, but also serves to lessen the impact of any funny business with voting machines at the polls.

At the California Democratic Party E-board meeting last weekend, Mark DiCamillo of the California field poll gave a very interesting presentation on "Three California election megatrends." Emy mentioned this in her report at the DCC meeting on Thursday. DiCamillo's presentation is now available on line at:


Posted by Thomas Leavitt at February 9, 2006 11:20 AM

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That's interesting! (To a Californian.)

Posted by: Anonymous at February 9, 2006 1:45 PM

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