On Monday, we wrote an editorial criticizing state Treasurer Bill Lockyer for resigning from the advisory board of a Stanford research group, headed by former North Bay legislator Joe Nation, that says putting off pension reform is costing the state $3.4 million a day.
The Press Democrat Editorial Board made its endorsements for state constitutional offices: Larry Aceves for superintendent of public instruction, Abel Maldonado for lieutenant governor, Steve Cooley for attorney general, Bill Lockyer for treasurer, John Chiang for controller, Debra Bowen for secretary of state, David Jones for insurance commissioner and Betty Yee for Board of Equalization. Did the PD Editorial Board make the right picks? Disagree with the choices? Discuss the endorsements here.