Election Day isn’t for another month, but election season starts Monday as ballots are mailed out to millions of voters.
Pressed by a deadline and California’s severe drought, state lawmakers are scheduled to vote Wednesday on a measure that would swap out an existing water bond on the November ballot.
Suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi has asked the city’s Ethics Commission to delay its misconduct proceedings until after the November election.
A tightly contested East Bay Congressional race is getting nastier and nastier by the day as the two candidates are at odds over Social Security benefits.
California voters will decide in November whether to require special labels for foods that contain genetically modified ingredients.
Though there wasn’t any confusion amongst voters, officials said that might not be the case come November.
The pace of re-paving roads and filling potholes would pick up in San Francisco if voters approve Proposition B on the November ballot. There would also be money for bicycle and pedestrian safety in this $248 million bond measure.
State Senator Leland Yee appears to be the early front runner in the San Francisco mayoral race, as he has gathered more than twice the number of signatures than his closest opponents.
Californians will choose a new state Superintendent of Public Instruction at the ballot box in November.
Former President Bill Clinton is continuing his swing through California to mobilize Democrats on behalf of vulnerable candidates locked in tight election contests.