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California Election Primary Results 2010


The California Primary Elections 2010 are taking place today as California voters went to polls today to cast their votes in the primary elections. The California Primary Elections will decide who will be running both for Governor and for the US Senate. California voters are very much serious in voting wisely because they know that one of those candidates could be a great leader in the future.

Voters will also be voting on Proposition 14, which will institute an “open primary” system. This will allow voters to vote for any candidate of their choosing, without having to vote for a certain party or within a certain system. They would be able to vote for any candidate that they choose.

The competition between the candidates for the california Primary Election 2010 have been long and costly. Candidate former eBay CEO Meg Whitman has spent $70 miilion during their time attempting to enter office. Former Silicon Valley executive, Steve Poizner spent $25 million during his bid to become Governor of the state.Carly Fiorina who was dumped as the chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard five years ago has also dropped a fortune in her hopes to become senator.

The competition in the California Primary Elections is really tough, with so much at risk, voters are trying their best to vote wisely for a brighter future America could have.

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