California is slipping.. Jerry Brown actually gained 49 to Whitman 43.
Boxer leads Fiorina 49 to 43.5 (Real clear politics average) 49 to 46 (Rasmussan).
I blogged about the crucial need to cast our votes on the winnable candidates against liberal opponents Brown, Boxer, Newsom, even though they are not the purist conservative candidates. Imagine how much harder it will be for the fiscal and social conservatives to make gainful headway in the next election if these liberals are placed in power on Nov 2?
Sally Zelikovsky made an excellent argument on this point at the American Thinker. I am a novice, but Sally knows the political climate here in California. She is the Founder of Bay Area Patriots and the Coordinator of the San Francisco Tea Party.
“The reality is that for any conservative to win in California, overwhelming support from the decline-to-state voters is necessary. A conservative cannot win in California based solely on the Republican vote. We’re not there yet.”
Share this entire article with California voters. Every vote counts.