Democrat Jerry Brown has won the California gubernatorial race, proving that even Meg Whitman’s $160 million is not enough to keep down a good Democrat, according to Fox News, the Associated Press and The Los Angeles Times. Also proving that there can be a second act, a third, a fourth, even a fifth, as Brown returns 28 years after he left the governor’s office. Brown defeats former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, and will succeed GOP Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Also from the Associated Press:
Democrat Barbara Boxer has won her fourth term in the U.S. Senate, dashing GOP hopes of removing the liberal icon with a strong challenge from former Hewlett-Packard C. CEO Carly Fiorina.
All of which proves that Californian votes cannot be bought.
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