A Republican-led House of Representatives group announced Friday it will appeal a decision in which a federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday struck down the U.S. Defense of Marriage Act.
California’s Republican voters have warmed up to the surging candidacy of Rick Santorum but also are expressing growing dissatisfaction with the field of GOP presidential candidates, according to a Field Poll released Wednesday.
An interview with Tom Del Beccaro, chairman of the California Republican Party, on the state of his party, issues California Republicans are facing and how he sees the 2012 presidential election playing out.
Republican lawmakers have failed to override Gov. Jerry Brown’s veto of a bill that would have allowed local governments to take over the operations of state parks that are set to close because of budget cuts.
Republicans are urging the California Supreme Court to dump newly drawn state Senate districts planned for this year’s election.
Proponents of an initiative that would turn California’s Legislature into a part-time body are already raising money for their cause.
The Obama administration wanted the failing solar energy company Solyndra to delay announcing employee layoffs last year until after the 2010 midterm elections, Republican investigators say.
GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann brought her struggling campaign back to the Bay Area Thursday for fundraising and an address at San Francisco’s Commowealth club.
A UC Berkeley republican group’s bake sale is causing controversy over its satirical spin on affirmative action.
California Republicans favor former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney over Texas Gov. Rick Perry in the GOP presidential primary, according to the latest Field Poll.