Sen. Feinstein Drops Support For Death PenaltyCalifornia U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she no longer supports the death penalty, a significant policy shift as she seeks re-election against a Democratic challenger.
Tensions Rise In Protests Outside GOP Congressman's Office Ahead Of ElectionA few dozen protesters have been outside Rep. Tom McClintock's office for months, but in recent weeks, anti-protesters have joined the fray.
You Have Until Midnight To Register For June 5 PrimaryVoters have until 11:59 pm May 21 to register to vote, or change their voter registration, for the upcoming June 5 primary.
Billionaire Spending Big Money in Sacramento County DA RaceBillionaire philanthropist George Soros has plunked $1.5 million into several California district attorney campaigns
U.S. Senator Kamala Harris Endorses Sacramento County DA CandidateNoah Phillips picked up a key endorsement in his bid to become Sacramento County District Attorney. US Senator Kamala Harris pledged her support to the candidate. Both are Democrats.
Candidates Spend Big In California Lieutenant Governor RaceAbout $10 million has been spent on the race, including nearly $5 million from an independent group funded primarily by one of the candidates' fathers.
Sacramento District Attorney Loses Endorsement Over Stephon Clark ShootingSacramento City Councilman Allen Warren is no longer endorsing District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert in her re-election bid.
Vote-By-Mail Ballots Arriving for June 5 ElectionVote-by-mail ballots will start showing up in California mailboxes today. 
California GOP Divided Over Governor In Tough Election YearRepublican Party delegates on Sunday withheld an endorsement in the governor's race after neither candidate was able to reach a 60-percent threshold of delegate's votes to claim the prize.
More Than 100,000 California Teens Pre-Register To VoteAccording to the California Secretary of State, roughly 16 percent of them are in the Sacramento region.
California Aims To Secure Election SystemsCalifornia Secretary of State Alex Padilla says he’s not waiting around, saying the threat of a foreign cyberattack is real unless we act now.
Efforts To Protect Election Systems Lag Ahead Of First 2018 PrimariesYou might expect federal officials to be wrapping up efforts to safeguard the vote against expected Russian interference. You'd be wrong.