The snail-mail drive by the Enough is Enough Voter Project aims to fight Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ regulatory rollback.
The former jurist is asking for help paying down a small fortune in court-ordered debt incurred from challenging the recall campaign.
The state Democratic Party took a full day to publicly address claims that its top official sexually assaulted and harassed multiple men.
California Democratic Party Chair Eric Bauman’s third-in-command is calling for his ouster over claims that he sexually assaulted people.
The South Bay’s largest, most influential Democratic Party faction went through a dramatic shakeup Monday.
An appeals court on Wednesday rejected Brock Turner’s bid for a new trial and upheld his conviction for sexual assault and attempted rape.
Stanford professor Michele Dauber has carried the momentum from a high-profile judicial recall campaign into local activism.
Brock Turner’s lawyer is set to appear in court today to appeal the former Stanford University swimmer’s 2016 sexual assault conviction.
Voters on Tuesday ousted Judge Aaron Persky, ending what’s being called the highest-profile political campaign ever in Santa Clara County.
Judge Aaron Persky has privileged the rights of male perpetrators rather than protecting the rights of female victims.