Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Will Top California Primary BallotsThe California Secretary of State's office held its randomized drawing to determine the order candidates' names will appear on the ballot.
More California Voters Prefer No Party At All As Republican Registration Continues To SlideThe report says California had 17.3 million registered voters in January. Of them, 43 percent were registered as Democrats and 27 percent as Republicans.
Sen. Lindsay Graham Bows Out Of Presidential RaceRepublican Sen. Lindsey Graham ended his 2016 campaign for president Monday, saying he remains committed to working to achieve security for the American people.
Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones Announces Bid For CongressJones announced his bid at a press conference Monday in Rancho Cordova. A Republican, Jones will be competing against Democratic Representative Ami Bera for the county's 7th Congressional District.
A Presidential Candidate Going By ‘Deez Nuts’ Is Polling Disturbingly High With Voters
Low Turnout Expected For Tuesday's Special Sacramento City Council ElectionBruce Pomer and Eric Guerra are trying to close their case for a powerful seat on the city council that could be determined by a small difference in votes.
Red? Blue? Try Neither: 24 Percent of California Voters Registered Without Political PreferenceThe report says California had 17.7 million registered voters in February. Of them, 43 percent were registered as Democrats and 28 percent as Republicans. That split hasn't changed since the last count in September.
Voters To Decide 3 Calif. State Senate Primaries TuesdayVoters will cast ballots in three special state Senate primaries Tuesday.
Bera, Ose Race Still Too Close To CallThe race for Congressional District 7 is still up in the air today.
Proposition 46: California Malpractice Cap Generates Big SpendingBob Pack wanted to go after the HMO doctors for recklessly prescribing painkillers to a drug-abusing nanny who ran over his 10-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter as they were heading for ice cream one early fall evening in 2003.
'Human' Loses Primary In New HampshireA candidate who legally changed his name to human — with a lowercase "H'' — lost his bid to run for office in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
Primary Election Changes Mean Top 2 Will Move On To November, Regardless Of PartyThe 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.