Newsom Tracker: Can the dust settle?

Mayor Gavin Newsom continues to lay low while the media picks apart every last angle of his departure from the 2010 California governor’s race.

Newsom has yet to publicly appear since he announced Friday that he will no longer seek the state’s top post.

Today, he has no public events or City Hall meetings scheduled, according to the Mayor’s Office.

One would think that journalists would have reported all that is possible to report on the subject in the last four days. However, a glance at today’s local newspapers would suggest otherwise.
 

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