Federal Government Notifies 21 States Of Election HackingThe federal government on Friday told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems before last year's presidential election.
California Official Puzzled By Absence Of Voter Fraud Commission Chair At MeetingCalifornia's chief elections official is puzzled by the absence of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach from a gathering of elections officials from across the U.S.
Recounts Or No, US Elections Are Still Vulnerable To HackingJill Stein's bid to recount votes in Pennsylvania was in trouble even before a federal judge shot it down Dec. 12. That's because the Green Party candidate's effort stood little chance of detecting potential fraud or error in the vote — there was basically nothing to recount.
As Nation Elects Trump, California Goes Its Own Way On a historic night for Donald Trump and Republicans, California went its own way.
Voters Form Long Lines At Polling Places Across Southern CaliforniaFrustrations ran high at a Los Angeles polling place as voters were left waiting when ballot marking devices didn't arrive on time.
California Voters Consider Expanding Tough Gun LawsCalifornia voters are considering expanding some of the nation's toughest gun control measures.
California Voters Will Decide Fate Of Death PenaltyCalifornia voters can kill the death penalty or resuscitate it on Election Day.
Governor Brown Drops Off Ballot With First Dog Sutter BrownGovernor Jerry Brown performed his civic duty on Tuesday morning, dropping off his ballot at a polling place inside the Downtown Sacramento Boys and Girls Club
Governor Brown's Legacy Projects At Stake On Ballot California voters are casting ballots on a measure that could decide the fate of two of Gov. Jerry Brown's legacy projects.
Voters Turn Out To Choose Between Clinton And Trump On Election DayVoters are turning out in high numbers across the country to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
California Sued Over Right To Ballot Selfies Ahead Of Next Week's ElectionCalifornia's ban on sharing photographs of marked ballots violates voters' First Amendment right to freedom of speech by preventing them from expressing their political views, the American Civil Liberties Union said in a lawsuit.
First-Time Voters Hit The PollsTens of thousands of Californians are heading to the polls today, including some who are voting for the first time.