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
Yes, You Have A Right To Vote If The Polls Close When You're In LineProcrastinating and seeing long lines? Make sure to know your rights when you head to the polls.
California Ban On Ballot Selfies Stays On BooksCalifornia voters who want to share photos of their marked ballots in next week's election are out of luck.
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.
Justin Timberlake's Ballot Selfie Highlights Mixed LawsNow even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
California Voting Groups Prepare To Monitor Polling PlacesCalifornia election officials are preparing for busy polling places amid a historic and contentious election, where early voting is underway.
Amid FBI Warning, Elections Officials Reassure There Are Safeguards Against HackingWith just over two months out from election day, the FBI is issuing what some people are calling an unprecedented warning.
California Saw Surge In Registration, But Not In VotingVoter turnout in California's primary looked about average, despite a last-minute surge in registration and intense interest in an unusually competitive presidential contest.
Senate Approves High School Poll Workers, Election BillCalifornia lawmakers have approved a pair of bills aimed at expanding the eligibility of poll workers and saving election costs when there's only one candidate on the ballot.
Voters To Decide 3 Calif. State Senate Primaries TuesdayVoters will cast ballots in three special state Senate primaries Tuesday.
Vote Now – People’s Choice Awards Voting Is Officially OpenThe People's Choice Awards announced that nominee voting is now open.
Dixon Residents Protesting Sewer-Rate Hike With Red RibbonsThe planned increase would pay for a new sewer treatment plant in down. Residents say they got 15 percent of registered voters to sign a petition, but in the end, the council voted 3-2 to keep it off the ballot.

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