Via Mario, the LA Times looks into the decision facing Gloria Molina. Molina is an LA County Supervisor and a giant of Latino politics in SoCal, whose endorsement is up for grabs following Bill Richardson’s departure. (The LA County Board of Supervisors is a fascinating entity– its five members represent a total of more 10.3 million residents and its makeup has remained constant for more than 10 years What is more, I suspect that most County residents could name a majority of the supervisors.)
The Times article concludes:
there is a Latino official who is fending off more insistent calls than she.
“I talked to Bill Richardson,” she said. “He is holding out as well. And believe me, he is being truly wined and dined.”