At a news conference at a Burbank hotel, Sen. McCain was questioned about Schwarzeneggerâ€™s fundraising record.
Definitely NO LOVE from the Los Angeles Times spin of the Schwarzenegger – McCain campaign events yesterday in Burbank and Oakland.
Previously on Flap, California Special Election Watch: Schwarzenegger and McCain The Burbank Event
The Los Angeles Times has McCain Joins Gov. to Push Ballot Measures.
Two try to boost interest in initiatives. But in light of Schwarzenegger’s fundraising, some question the senator’s backing.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has collected more than $76 million in contributions since running in the recall election two years ago, campaigned Monday with U.S. Sen. John McCain, who once called former Gov. Gray Davis’ push to raise $26 million “disgraceful.”
McCain appeared with the governor at campaign events in Burbank and Oakland, touting the initiatives that Schwarzenegger wants passed in the Nov. 8 special election. By bringing in a senator who built an identity challenging the status quo, Schwarzenegger was trying to stoke interest in the ballot measures, which have been trailing badly in public opinion polls.
Contrast this Peter Nicholas and Robert Salladay written piece with that of the San Francisco Chronicle, written by Michael R. Blood, Associated Press Writer.
And where is the pool reporting written by the Los Angeles Times’ Robert Sallady?
And the Los Angeles Times wonders why it has lost circulation?
How do you spell BIAS?
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Cross-posted to the Bear Flag League Special Election Page