CA: Dan Schnur makes a nonpartisan pitch

February 3, 2014

SACRAMENTO — Dan Schnur may represent a new trend and the embodiment of California political reform. Then again, he may be just another wannabe officeholder living in fantasy land.

Schnur, 50, a former Republican strategist and spokesman — hack and flack — is running for California secretary of state, or chief elections officer.

What makes this noteworthy is that Schnur — most recently a reformer and educator — is trying to become the first nonpartisan to win a partisan statewide office. He’s running as an independent.

Schnur’s pitch: “The umpire shouldn’t be wearing a Dodgers or a Giants jersey. The chief elections officer should not be playing for the Democrats or the Republicans.”

That makes sense.

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