A new poll on California's U.S. Senate race shows Democrat Kevin de León and little-known Republican James P. Bradley are in a virtual tie for second and a spot in the November runoff. U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein continues to hold a commanding lead leading to the June 5 primary.
A new poll shows Republican candidates John Cox and Travis Allen are competing for second place in the race to succeed California Gov. Jerry Brown as Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa fades. Likely voters have Gavin Newsom leading the pack by a wide margin.
California Republican Party officials and political consultants are worried about the severe consequences if neither GOP gubernatorial candidate, John Cox and Travis Allen, makes it through the June primary.
Eleni Kounalakis received a $2.02 million boost from her father, Sacramento real estate developer Angelo Tsakopoulos, toward her campaign to become California’s next lieutenant governor on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
A proposed November 2018 ballot initiative would let paint companies avoid an expensive lead paint cleanup effort, but six California lawmakers introduced bills Thursday, March 23, 2018, to make them pay.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, a possible California ballot measure in November, would require big companies such as Facebook, Google and AT&T to be more transparent in how they use data gathered on consumers.
A Democratic candidate attacked California Attorney General Xavier Becerra in a March 21, 2018 debate for not fighting harder against President Donald Trump. Republicans went after him for bringing lawsuits on immigration and the border wall.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom should immediately resign, rival Democratic gubernatorial candidate Amanda Renteria said in an interview with The Sacramento Bee on March 15, 2018, and his behavior as San Francisco mayor disqualifies him from higher office.
Democratic congressional candidate Regina Bateson said she’d drop out of her race to replace Republican Tom McClintock if the state party endorsed someone else. Now she argues their choice doesn’t match the views of grassroots voters.