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Report From Pasadena

A reader notes that turnout in her Pasadena neighborhood seems light, and that she’s only seen a couple of pro-recall lawn signs. And yet:

“[T]here is a sense that quietly everyone outside the lockstep-Left

is going to punch the card for Arnold. A table of gentlemen in their 90s

were at a burger shop at lunch, wearing ‘Arnold’ buttons on their lapels.

One of my neighbors was in tears last Thursday, revolted by the L.A. Times

stories that day and saying that the newspaper and Democratic party’s behavior

has probably driven her to the Republican side for good.”

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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