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October 22, 1988 | PATT MORRISON, Times Staff Writer
The first time that millions of voters will see their names is on Nov. 8, in the voting booth, under the ballot instructions: "President . . . vote for one party." For that small moment, California's three minor-party candidates will stand as equals to their major-party rivals, Democrat Michael S. Dukakis and Republican George Bush. Without Secret Service agents or "spin controllers," without mega-money or much press and utterly without illusions of victory, the three--Lenora B.
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October 22, 1988 | PATT MORRISON, Times Staff Writer
The first time that millions of voters will see their names is on Nov. 8, in the voting booth, under the ballot instructions: "President . . . vote for one party." For that small moment, California's three minor-party candidates will stand as equals to their major-party rivals, Democrat Michael S. Dukakis and Republican George Bush. Without Secret Service agents or "spin controllers," without mega-money or much press and utterly without illusions of victory, the three--Lenora B.
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December 4, 1993 | CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an unusual action, the state Senate Rules Committee has approved spending $10,000 in taxpayer funds for the defense of a retired colleague who is being sued for alleged violations of political reform laws. The committee voted 3 to 0 Thursday to help finance the defense of former state Sen. Cecil Green, who is accused in a civil lawsuit of failing to properly report campaign contributions and the sale of an airplane.
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November 6, 1986 | Alma Cook
Statewide Offices 100% Precincts Reporting U.S. Senator Votes % A. Cranston, i. (D) 3,575,436 49 Ed Zschau (R) 3,458,814 48 Edward Vallen (AI) 107,405 1 Breck McKinley (L) 64,724 1 Paul Kangas (P&F) 32,984 0 Governor Votes % Deukmejian, i. (R) 4,395,972 61 Tom Bradley (D) 2,721,674 37 Maria Munoz (P&F) 50,542 1 Gary V. Miller (AI) 49,022 1 Joseph Fuhrig (L) 47,618 1 Lieutenant Governor Votes % L. McCarthy, i. (D) 3,879,705 54 Mike Curb (R) 3,044,363 42 James C. Griffin (AI) 102,299 1 N.
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June 5, 1986
Statewide Offices California Results U.S. Senator 99% Precincts Reporting Votes % Democratic Alan Cranston, inc. 1,769,987 81 Charles Greene 162,143 7 John H. Abbott 121,743 5 Robert J. Banuelos 75,816 3 Brian Lantz 63,830 3 Republican Ed Zschau 718,317 37 B. Herschensohn 575,521 30 Mike Antonovich 175,838 9 Bobbi Fiedler 139,540 7 Ed Davis 127,230 6 Robert W. Naylor 59,249 3 Arthur B. Laffer 46,029 2 Joseph W. Knowland 35,160 2 Eldridge Cleaver 22,436 1 George C.
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June 5, 1986
U.S. Senator 99.9% Precincts Reporting Votes % Democratic Alan Cranston, inc. 532,426 84 Charles Greene 37,648 6 John H. Abbott 30,942 5 Robert J. Banuelos 21,846 3 Brian Lantz 14,633 2 Republican B. Herschensohn 236,148 49 Ed Zschau 97,001 20 Mike Antonovich 64,465 13 Bobbi Fiedler 38,853 8 Ed Davis 24,749 5 Arthur B. Laffer 8,381 2 Eldridge Cleaver 4,043 1 Robert W. Naylor 3,065 1 Joseph W. Knowland 2,858 1 George C. Montgomery 2,036 0 Bill Allen 1,959 0 William H. Pemberton 1,034 0 John W.
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