It’s official. California has moved its primary up to Feb. 5. Ah-nold’s take:
“Now California is important again in presidential nominating politics … and we will get the respect that California deserves,” Schwarzenegger said during a bill-signing ceremony outside the historic Leland Stanford Mansion, a former governor’s residence and orphanage.
But as I noted here last week, the state’s lawmakers have more than presidential politics on their minds in making this move.