Judge Allows Audit Of Group Opposing Gov. Brown’s Tax MeasureA Sacramento judge has issued a tentative ruling allowing California’s political watchdog to investigate the donors behind an $11 million contribution to a California ballot measure committee.
3 Ex-California Governors Oppose Death Penalty RepealThree former California governors joined prosecutors and families of murder victims Tuesday to urge voters to reject a ballot proposal next week that would abolish the state’s death penalty.
KCBS In Depth: Brown Enjoying Challenges Of Governor's OfficeDespite the challenges - everything from the state's fiscal crisis to partisan gridlock - Gov. Jerry Brown says he enjoys being governor of California.
Melissa Griffin: Gov. Brown's Tax Campaign Takes Strange TurnFaced with mounting opposition and additional reports of fiscal mismanagement, California Gov. Jerry Brown's defense of Proposition 30 tax increase is raising eyebrows.
Watchdog Group Sues For Details About Prop. 30 OpponentsCalifornia officials have filed a lawsuit in hopes of revealing who is behind $11 million in out-of-state contributions to defeat Proposition 30, the tax increase proposal backed by California Governor Jerry Brown.
Gov. Brown Ratchets Up Prop. 30 Campaign As Support SlipsCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown is intensifying his campaign to pass Proposition 30, which has fallen below 50 percent support for the first time according to the latest statewide poll.
Support Slips For Gov. Brown’s Tax Measure, But Voters Oppose CutsA new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California finds support is slipping for Gov. Jerry Brown’s November tax initiative.
KCBS Cover Story: Berkeley’s Civil Sidewalk Measure Faces CriticismIn this Campaign 2012 Special Report, Margie Shafer looks at the contentious Berkeley measure on the November ballot, dubbed the civil sidewalk ordinance.
Huge Voter Turnout Expected In California For General ElectionAlthough the final tally is not in, the Secretary of State's office expects record numbers in terms of voter registration.
Brown Makes Final Push For Prop. 30, Warns Of Possible CutsAs he makes a last-minute push for his November tax initiative, Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he wants to make sure voters “know the stakes” for California’s K-12 schools and colleges before they cast their ballots.
KCBS In Depth: The Battle Over Prop 35As Election Day 2012 draws near, campaigns all over California are making that final push for voter support.
Gov. Brown Says $11M Donation To Anti-Prop. 30 Campaign 'Illegal'Gov. Jerry Brown called on state regulators Friday to unmask the donors behind an Arizona group that pumped $11 million into the campaign against his tax measure, Proposition 30.
Bankruptcy Filings By Gilroy Candidates Concern Some VotersFour candidates who are running for political office in the city of Gilroy this November have filed for bankruptcies in the past.
Web Widget Exposes Who's Really Paying For Political CampaignsWouldn't it be great if political candidates wore their financial sponsors on their clothes - you know, like professional race car drivers?
Oakland City Council Candidate Robbed At Gunpoint A City Council candidate running to represent Oakland’s District 1 was robbed Wednesday night in Oakland, police said.