A lopsided Napa political race

May 22nd, 2010

Most political races, or at least the ideal ones, are between two candidates with different views, but with equal ability to articulate those views to the voters. Sometimes though, there are races which are like mismatched prizefights and a referee should shop them in the second round. Here in Napa we have such a race. It's a race for County Supervisor that pits a dynamic former police chief, with good, sound ideas, against a twelve year incumbent who serves only by virtue of  Forrest Gump like likeability and the special interests he serves.  For a good shock to the political system listen as these two answer a few questions at a recent forum.