Republican Steve Cooley is maintaining a slight lead over his Democratic opponent for California attorney general.
In Northern California’s 11th Congressional District, two-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney declared victory Wednesday night after widening what his campaign called an “insurmountable lead” over San Ramon attorney David Harmer, the Republican challenger.
In a fresh sign of turmoil among defeated Democrats, a growing number of the rank and file say they won’t support House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a politically symbolic roll call when the new Congress meets in January.
Four tightly contested races for San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors remained close Tuesday.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley expanded his lead on Tuesday over San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris in the race for state attorney general.
Thousands of provisional ballots being counted are taking longer than expected, Alameda County Registrar of Voters Dave Macdonald said Monday.
Republican Steve Cooley maintained his lead in the tight race for California attorney general Monday, although the last unresolved contest for statewide office remained too close to call.
Two-term 11th Congressional District Democratic U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney remained locked in a tight battle with Republican David Harmer, a San Ramon attorney.
The race between incumbent Jerry McNerney and Republican challenger David Harmer remains too close to call.
If recent behavior on the streets of San Francisco was any indication, Prop 19’s defeat isn’t stopping pot smokers from lighting up.