A candidate who legally changed his name to human — with a lowercase “H” — lost his bid to run for office in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
The change in California’s election law allowed anyone to vote on any candidate during the primary election. The top two candidates will move on to the November general election.
California’s political watchdog agency says it has collected $300,000 from one of two campaign committees accused of improperly reporting contributions in a case that prompted the largest ethics fine in state history.
Gov. Jerry Brown is remaining coy about whether he will seek an unprecedented fourth term next year, despite a Hollywood fundraiser this week that could pad his campaign war chest significantly.
If voters approve, local governments would have to follow the California Public Records Act and the state’s open-meetings law but would not be reimbursed by the state for doing so.
A new Field Poll finds strong support for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton among California voters as she considers whether to seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.
A new Field Poll finds that 62 percent of California voters approve of President Barack Obama’s job performance, a level not seen since his first year in office.
More than 400 ballots from the November election were recently found and were not counted, according to the Sacramento County registrar’s office.
CBS News has projected that Pres. Barack Obama has been re-elected after being projected to win Nevada, Ohio and Iowa.
Hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars – more money has been pumped into the election this year than ever before.
The Field Poll is predicting more than half of California voters will cast ballots by mail for Tuesday’s election.
An election marked by a troubled economy, record political spending and a surge in registered voters comes with California at a crossroad.