By John Myers
“For a state whose political leaders pride themselves on being focused on the future, California’s 2014 elections seem to have decidedly been driven by its past — as in, its older voters. Or put another way: It was the Year of the Grandparents. ‘Not only was the average voter older than the average Californian,’ says political data expert Paul Mitchell. ‘The average voter was older than the average Californian’s parents.'” Read more here.