2010 California Primary Results -- Live Video

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Brian Leubitz
Wednesday, June 9, 2010; 10:00 AM

California politics blogger Brian Leubitz takes your questions about the outcomes of the Golden State's primary races.<br><br><b>Click on a topic in the menu above to jump to the corresponding video segment.</b>

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Brian Leubitz: I am the editor and publisher of Calitics.com, the leading progressive blog for California politics. Last night was an interesting election, and it will set up a couple big fights for November

Paul Williams: Photo gallery: Biggest primary day of 2010: 12 states go to polls

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Whitman: Whitman is already attacking Brown. How ugly do expect this to get? And will this be the most expensive race in California history?

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Carly vs. Boxer: Who ya got?

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Boxer: How much does the fact that it's been a long time since she actually had to win a campaign mitigate the advantages of being an incumbent?

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Orly Taitz: How did she do? Was she considered at all a credible candidate?

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Ah-nold: Now seems like a good time to start reflecting on his legacy as governor. I was wondering what your thoughts on the matter are?

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Proposition 16: Can you explain the impetus behind Proposition 16? Is there a wave of utility nationalization (or statization?) going on in California?

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Turnout: Almost as many people voted in the Republican as Democratic primary in California. Is this normal, does this say something about the current state of party strength?


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