Kollifornia to Arnold: Uh-uh

Voters rejected every one of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's so-called reform measures, as well as the other propositions on Tuesday's ballot. The only one that could even be considered close was Prop. 73, the teenage abortion notification measure. Here's the latest Secretary of State results page. Morning media roundups at Rough and Tumble and The Roundup, with some blog commentary from the center-right by Dan Weintraub of the Sacramento Bee.

Locally, Measure Y passed to throw more money at L.A. Unified's school construction juggernaut and Jose Huizar was flirting with getting the 50%-plus-one needed to win the 14th council district outright. He had double the votes of number two Nick Pacheco with 81% of precincts in. Herb Wesson of course romped in the 10th.

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