Two former female chief executives emerged as clear victors in California's expensive and divisive Republican primaries, paving the way for a fierce midterm election in November.
At the same time, Proposition 14, a historic ballot initiative that will dramatically change the electoral process, also passed by an easy margin.
Former eBay chief executive Meg Whitman beat state insurance commissioner Steve Poizner for the GOP nomination for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's seat.
In the heated...Full Story