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Newsom Declares Victory Over 11 Crackers...

...says he owes it all to his "lucky tie", a periwinkle number he's been wearing since 1998.

And while Newsom preens, here's how some of my other favorite ballot initiatives are doing:

PROP A - Transit First But The Municipal Railway Still Sucks!  Is just barely holding a majority.

PROP E - Mayor's Question Time (When He's Not Bonking His Campaign Manager's Wife) is too close to call.

PROP G - Golden Gate Park Has Stables?!  Who Knew? Is winning.  Why?  I have no idea.

PROP H - Parking Measures Supported By Billionaires Don't Stand A Chance doesn't...well...stand a chance.

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the Oregon initiative to raise tobacco taxes failed...go figure.

Yes, stables in the park! Just like Central Park NYC; there are many avid riding fans in the city.

Posted by: taradharma | Nov 7, 2007 8:58:12 AM

I know a couple of women who have spent money on riding lessons at GG Park. I think it's good thing, just like Central Park or any other big city park.

For mayor, I voted for three different people (ranked voting), none of whom was a nudist (though one might have been a Chicken and another a Grasshopper), and none of whom was Gavin. I'm somewhat ambivalent about him, because while I applaud his stance (and actions) on gay marriage, and the fact that he's a lot better than Willie was (who wouldn't be?), overall, I'm not particularly thrilled with his regime.

Posted by: Generik | Nov 7, 2007 10:40:05 AM

I did not vote for Gav, either. I wouldn't elect him as dog catcher.

The stables are nice and I implore you to visit them and go riding on the beach. A lot of us under utilize our fabulous park.

Question time, can't wait to see what happens.

Posted by: catherine | Nov 7, 2007 1:31:43 PM

NYC's stables only recently made a comeback (http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/10/19/horseback-riding-returns-to-central-park/) so the threats of losing public equestrian activities here in the City are real. We already have a horse's ass at City Hall. We need a couple at the Park to balance things out!

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