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Patt Morrison examines progressives' current views on Obama




US President Barack Obama speaks during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 4, 2012. Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney are both showing signs of exhaustion as they dart from swing state to swing state, trying to fire up enthusiasm among supporters and win over any last wavering voters before November 6 election.
US President Barack Obama speaks during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 4, 2012. Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney are both showing signs of exhaustion as they dart from swing state to swing state, trying to fire up enthusiasm among supporters and win over any last wavering voters before November 6 election.
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No suspense about how California will vote in the presidential race. The latest field poll shows President Obama leading Governor Mitt Romney by 15 percentage points.

But even in a deep blue state like California, there are plenty of progressive Democrats who are disappointed that President Obama didn't do more to address some issues they care about.

KPCC's Patt Morrison is here with more on that.  

Read more at the Patt Morrison blog