Don’t hold regular press conferences. Reward loyalty. If you’re a Californian with presidential aspirations, move to New York.
Sister District candidates managed to push a blue wave to take back the House, and some state legislatures along with it.
The former jurist is asking for help paying down a small fortune in court-ordered debt incurred from challenging the recall campaign.
Bold. That’s how Robert Rivas, newly elected 30th District assemblyman describes himself, his leadership style and his campaign.
What would’ve been a routine nomination erupted into a political brawl between county Assessor Larry Stone and Supervisor Dave Cortese.
Bay Area Democratic Assemblyman Tony Thurmond declared victory Saturday as the state’s new superintendent of public instruction.
As of today, only 11 percent of ballots remain to be counted, while turnout is on track to reach 66 percent.
Bay Area voters last week ushered in more than a dozen local weed ordinances, all but one concerning taxes.
After years on the defensive, the Milpitas mayor is flexing his political muscles, threatening to make good on a threat to oust a political foe.
Anyone who dropped off or mailed a ballot Nov. 6 should check its status, because a missing or a mismatched signature could void their vote.