10:00 PM PST on Friday, December 17, 2010
By JIM MILLER
Last month’s election offered more evidence that Inland Southern California’s politics are anything but set in stone, with the region’s voters swinging from Republican to Democrat and back again in just a few years.
Recently released statements of vote detail how different parts of the Inland area voted Nov. 2. The numbers could give hope — and heartburn — to party activists in Riverside and San Bernardino counties as they look ahead to the 2012 presidential campaign.