President Barack Obama was headed for another campaign stop in the Bay Area Wednesday with several events on the docket.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is planning to hold a rally at the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield on Thursday.
The Republican presidential contest remains unsettled, and California could be the state that finally decides it.
With a narrow primary win in his home state of Michigan and a more comfortable victory in the Arizona Republican presidential primary, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has maintained his shaky front-runner status.
A new Field Poll shows President Barack Obama is regaining his political footing in California.
President Obama arrived in the Bay Area Thursday to attend a series of fundraising events in San Francisco for his 2012 re-election campaign.
Officials at a San Francisco Airport shuttle bus company are being charged with making more than $11,000 in illegal contributions to Mayor Ed Lee’s campaign.
The Republican presidential contest may very well be decided by the time California holds its primary, in June. So, plenty of Californians appear to be joining the campaign in Nevada, which holds its caucus Saturday.
While Vice President Biden was in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon for two separate campaign events, Dr. Jill Biden visited wounded soldiers at the VA Palo Alto Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center.
Biden, speaking at an event in San Francisco’s Financial District in support of President Obama’s re-election, told supporters that “the Giants are on their way to the Super Bowl,” according to media reports.