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.
On the eve of the election, both parties were scrambling to reach as many voters as possible.
Many will head to the polls Tuesday, and some might encounter a group of picketers because of a grocery’s chain’s labor dispute.
A poll worker is out of a job, and she says it’s all because of an email she sent her supervisor.
An astonishing $350 million has been raised so far to sway voters on 11 California ballot initiatives.
Click on the title of this post at 6 p.m. PT to watch the final U.S. Presidential Debate between Pres. Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney.
Mark arrives at the Tampa Convention Center.
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