Capitol Weekly Podcast: Scott Lay

Image: "I Voted in California" stickers, from instocklabels.com

Here it is, Dec. 11, and the final count of ballots cast in California’s Nov. 6 general election was certified less than a week ago.

And, as Jim Brulte and Kevin McCarthy have sadly noted, many GOP Election Night “wins” fell to Democrats as the final votes were tallied.

Why? How?

Scott Lay, the founder of the popular Nooner — a daily must-read for those who follow California politics — joins Capitol Weekly’s John Howard and Tim Foster to chat about the vote count (and why it took SOOOOO long), the lack of voter fraud, the forces at play in California’s fickle electorate and what we can expect as we look toward 2020.

Click here to listen to the podcast … 

Want to see more stories like this? Sign up for The Roundup, the free daily newsletter about California politics from the editors of Capitol Weekly. Stay up to date on the news you need to know.

Sign up below, then look for a confirmation email in your inbox.


Support for Capitol Weekly is Provided by: