CN&R Election Guide
This could be a watershed in California politics—all of California, including Chico. Votes are restless, upset, worried. Because of the recession and the state’s endemic dysfunction, they’ve lost their faith in government’s ability to solve problems, and they’re angry at incumbents, almost regardless of their voting records.
In this special section, we take a close look at the races that matter most to our readers—the contests for governor and U.S. Senate and for Chico City Council and school board. We also explain the propositions in a way that makes them much easier to understand. Finally, we offer our endorsements in all of the significant contests local voters will encounter on their ballots.
Remember, people have died to protect your right to vote. If you haven’t done so already, don’t forget to cast your ballot on Nov. 2.
The CEOs vs. the pols
Can business cred trump political experience? Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina hope so.
Across the great divide
Chico City Council race isn’t as simple as left versus right.
Three-man slate gives school-board race a twist.
A handy guide to what’s on the 2010 ballot.
The CN&R endorses …
Recommendations on the state races and propositions.
Endorsements for council, school board …
In Chico, these are the races that matter.