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California Governor Vetoes Electoral College Bill

Published on September 30, 2006, by in General.

On September 30, California Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed AB 2948. See 3 posts down for a description of the bill.

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  1. ROB BLACK
    FOR CITY AND COUNTY
    SAN FRANCISCO SUPERVISOR
    P.O. Box 410594
    San Francisco, CA 94141-0594

    Phone
    415-255-3078

    E-mail
    info@robblack2006.com

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    P.O. Box 410594
    San Francisco, CA 94141-0594

    Phone
    415-255-3078

    E-mail
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  2. Lou

    Just stopped by, nice blog!

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