Exclusive Poll Shows California Voters Are Fired Up For June ElectionCalifornians weighed in on the June 2018 election candidates, California National Guard deployment and the Cal-3 plan.
Asian Americans Sue City Of Santa Clara Over Voting RepresentationAsian American voters are taking the city of Santa Clara to court to make their political voices heard.
Voters Could Decide Whether To Split California Into Smaller StatesCalifornia voters could soon be asked to decide whether their state is too big.
Voters Approve $14 Billion In Bay Area Transit Improvement ProjectsBART, Caltrain and other Bay Area transit systems got funding for major transit improvement projects.
Latinos Voting Early In California In Big NumbersWith early voting underway across America, two things are becoming clear - a surge of Latino voters is showing up at the polls - and it could help shape the outcome of the election.
Voters In California, Swing States Swap Votes To Sway ElectionTens of thousands of people - many of them in California - are swapping votes across the country to try to help swing the presidential election one way or the other.
San Jose Voters Undecided On Measure F Restoring Police BenefitsNew poll shows many voters in San Jose are undecided on a measure that would restore pensions and benefits for San Jose police.
Pool Of Undecided Voters Shrinking Fast As Final Presidential Debate ApproachesWednesday night is the third presidential debate - the candidates’ final chance on a national stage to bring the dwindling group of undecided or wavering voters into their camp.
CBS Poll: Differences On Terrorism Divide Voters Across BattlegroundsVoters across these states do bemoan the loss of national unity that they felt in the aftermath of the terror attacks.
Millennial Voters Like Trump Less Than Lord Voldemort - But They Don't Like Hillary EitherHillary Clinton has 100 days to build a winning coalition to defeat Donald Trump for the presidency.
Monkeys Tear Up Voter Lists Ahead Of Thai ReferendumElection officials in northern Thailand think they can buy off a gang of monkey vandals with fresh fruit and vegetables, after about 100 macaques tore up voter lists publicly posted ahead of next month’s referendum on a proposed constitution.
Estimate: 49 Percent Of Voters Turned Out For California Primary, 8 Points Below 2008 RecordAbout 8.9 million people are estimated to have turned out for the state's presidential primary election this week.