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Morning Wrap: 11/5/12

Monday, November 5, 2012

Shadowy anti-Prop 30 Arizona group defies court order to turn over records, seven rescued in Tomales Bay, Bay Area early voters exceed 800,000, more.

  • That shadowy Arizona group opposed to Prop 30 with ties to GOP operative Karl Rove refused on Sunday to turn over records to allow California election officials to identify contributors, despite a state Supreme Court order. Chronicle
  • Seven people, including two children, were rescued from the cold waters of Tomales Bay Sunday afternoon after their 25-foot boat capsized. Chronicle
  • More than 800,000 Bay Area residents have already voted ahead of Election Day on Tuesday, part of the growing vote-by-mail trend here and elsewhere. Mercury News
  • Two prominent meteor showers are expected to light up the night sky over the Bay Area starting tonight and for the next two weeks. Mercury News
  • A Livermore art teacher arrested for indecent exposure in San Leandro on Halloween night was released from jail after posting bail. Contra Costa Times

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