Little And No Choice In Many Californian Legislative RacesMillions of Californians have little or no choice when it comes to choosing a state legislator. In 24 of the 100 districts on the ballot, only candidates from one party are running.
California Seeks More People Of Color To Draw Political MapsCalifornia on Monday gave more time to apply to an independent commission that will redraw boundaries for most state and federal elections, an effort to get more people of color involved and avoid the political gerrymandering that has caused problems elsewhere.
Kamala Harris Promises Giving Teachers Raises If Elected PresidentIn the first major policy proposal of her Democratic presidential campaign, California Sen. Kamala Harris is focused on boosting the salaries of teachers.
California Moves Up Primary, Wants Bigger Impact 2020 VoteNascent campaigns are asking themselves if they should gamble on California.
Sign Outside Polling Place Warned Voters Not To Praise Jesus After Voting For DemocratsA Florida church won't be be used as a polling place again after the pastor posted a sign that read "Don't vote for Democrats on Tuesday and sing 'Oh how I love Jesus' on Sunday."
Tech Companies Meeting To Talk About Protecting Midterm ElectionsFacebook, Twitter, Microsoft and other leading tech companies met Friday to talk about protecting their platforms from manipulation during the midterm elections.
Facebook Finds Accounts Being Used To Influence Future U.S. ElectionsFacebook says it has uncovered "sophisticated" efforts, possibly linked to Russia, to influence U.S. politics on its platforms.
California Bill Would Give Free Postage For Mail BallotsCalifornia lawmakers are considering providing free postage for vote-by-mail ballots statewide.
Lead Widens, But San Francisco Mayor Race Too Close To CallThe gap widened between the leading candidates in the race for San Francisco mayor, but it is still too close to call.
Charter Schools Regroup After Big California Election LossCharter school supporters are deciding where to direct their considerable resources after pouring money into the California gubernatorial primary to support a longtime ally who failed to move on to November's election.
Sheriff Loses Election To His Deputy, Fires Him Moments LaterBon Homme County Sheriff Lenny Gramkow was soundly beaten by Deputy Mark Maggs on June 5.