Susan A. Kitchens
By Susan A. Kitchens on 2/2/2020
A friend from college had a saying I adopted: “Wow. Say it backwards. Wow.” Sunday February 2 is a day that is a day it backwards. And forwards. All the same. 02/02/2020 — the same forwards as it is backwards. The last Palindrome Date was 11/11/1111, or 900 years ago.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 1/6/2020
Los Angeles County begins voting early in February and awards more delegates than the first two primary states. The LA County Primary is a well-kept secret. We have lots of influence for picking the Democratic Nominee but it’s not a topic of general knowledge. I agree with what Julián Castro says about which parts of […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 1/3/2020
Five Things you need to know if you are a California Voter, according to this LA Times story. Over 15 million California voters will receive VBM — Vote By Mail —ballots. Roughly 30% of CA voters are registered nonpartisan. NPP voters need to request a party ballot. Easy to do at the polls, a little […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 1/2/2020
Almost a year ago, Paul Mitchell at The Capitol Weekly wrote about California’s role in the 2020 presidential primary. On Feb.3, 2020, … approximately 200,000 voters in Iowa will participate in a Democratic caucus and, simultaneously, California counties will mail out to voters over 16 million ballots, 75% of whom will be eligible to vote […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 1/1/2020
Serious Cloudage on 1-1-2020. For the first post of the day to be looking in the direction of the setting sun is on-brand for doing that hindsight thing in 2020.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 12/31/2019
On twitter, there are many jokes about 2020 Hindsight. @ItsSamG asked, “Wait, has anyone done a 2020 hindsight joke yet?” @GordonGillies replied, “I did tell my niece she wouldn’t need glasses next year because she’ll be seeing 2020, lol. I know, Dad joke.” Dudes, dudes. I was SO there, a long time ago. My reply: […]