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A local ‘Patch’ turns its gaze to Gavin Newsom

Friday, July 22, 2011

imageLooks like the former mayor has become big copy in his newly-adopted Marin County, at least at Larkspur-Corte Madera Patch. It just published a long piece entitled, “Gavin Newsom and the Curse of the Lieutenant Governor” which asks and answers the following: “Could Newsom intend on running for retiring Lynn Woolsey’s seat? Bet on it.” Here are a couple of sample graphs:

To employ a mixed mammalian metaphor, the dark horse in the upcoming race for the retiring Lynn Woolsey’s District 6 California House seat, which represents Marin, may also be the 800-pound gorilla in the room.


Not to be “Guilfoiled Again,” Newsom’s personal life is today a model of liberal Bay Area probity, a rich, highly-photogenic wife and kids, pets, etc. that will — again not coincidentally — powerfully underlie the 2012 campaign for Congress, which, you read it here first, folks, Newsom will almost certainly decide to undertake.

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