This Week's Podcast: California Dreaming, Latino Voting, Groups Spending

Back from a very lovely time in California, doing an event for member station KPCC in Los Angeles/Pasadena and the Political Junkie segment for TOTN from the studios of member station KQED in San Francisco.

And so, as to be expected, there was no way to do this week's podcast without focusing on the big races in California: the gubernatorial contest between Meg Whitman (R) and Jerry Brown (D), and the Senate contest between Democratic incumbent Barbara Boxer and GOP challenger Carly Fiorina.

Also in this week's episode of "It's All Politics":  What to make of the Latino vote?  And will money determine the winners on Nov. 2?

You can hear all of the sparkling conversation here:

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Credits (as it were) —
Nonstop talkers: Ron Elving and Ken Rudin
Producer: Tom Dreisbach
Editor: Cathy Shaw

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