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- Candidates have made South L.A. a campaign stop on Sundays. UCS' Kaitlin Parker takes a look for The South Los Angeles Report.
- Meanwhile, gubernatorial hopefuls today took time to visit with L.A. voters: Jerry Brown in downtown and Meg Whitman in Woodland Hills.
- But getting out the vote isn't an easy job: one writer is joining the non-voting majority tomorrow -- by choice.
- Others in San Francisco may also purposefully skip out on tomorrow's election, and that has some Prop 19 supporters concerned, thanks to the San Francisco Giants. "I pray the Giants win tonight for this very reason," SFist Editor Brock Keeling told us in an e-mail.
- Southern California transportation leaders all met on Friday to discuss the region at the Mobility 21 conference. LA Streetsblog's Gloria Ohland has a recap of what was discussed.
- Looks cozy: A 1920s Spanish-style home overlooking the Silver Lake reservoir is going for nearly $1.5 million.
- A 5-year-old boy dressed as Spiderman was shot in the head Sunday afternoon by a suspected gangmember. He survived, but is listed in critical condition.
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