Some African-American campaign workers going door-to-door in the East Bay may be victims of racial profiling.
Alameda County auditor-controller candidate Kathleen Knox, who faces six felony counts for allegedly lying about where she lives, has withdrawn from the race.
Alameda County’s auditor-controller candidate Kathleen Knox pleaded not guilty Tuesday to six felony counts for allegedly lying in campaign papers about where she lives.
A federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco Tuesday that a 27-year-old Peace and Freedom Party candidate who was not old enough to be president had no right to appear on California’s ballot in 2012.
Governor Jerry Brown is laying to rest rumors of another planned run for the White House, but he hasn’t officially thrown his hat in the next governor’s race in California either.
CBS News is reporting that presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney will name his vice presidential candidate Saturday.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann were in the Bay Area Wednesday for a fundraising trip that includes a reception in Hillsborough with tickets reaching $50,000 per person.
Mitt Romney holds a huge lead over his nearest competitor, Rick Santorum, in the latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
A school board candidate in Fairfield has acknowledged she was once arrested for abducting four girls from a bus stop in 1998.
San Mateo County will open up this May’s ballot to write-in candidates for a Board of Supervisors position on Monday, according to San Mateo County election officials.