Citing Rolling Blackouts, EPA Chief Ridicules Newsom's Plan To Ban Sale Of Gas-Powered Cars By 2035On Monday, Wheeler sent Newsom a letter questioning how the state could add millions of electric vehicles despite having “a record of rolling blackouts.”
Contra Costa County Prepares For Deluge Of Mail-In BallotsWith the heavy scrutiny being placed on mail-in ballots this election, officials in Contra Costa County are taking steps to ensure they are counted properly this November.
Tiburon's Police Chief Retiring After 12 YearsChief Michael Cronin is resigning after 12 years amid a blacklash over his handling of the George Floyd protests and a recent incident involving an officer and the only Black shop owner in Tiburon.
Registration, Mail-In Ballots, Absentee Ballots, Polling PlacesFind information on registering to vote, election info, and county registrar websites that will address your November 2020 Election questions.
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown's Frank Advice For Democrats On Violent ProtestsIf Democrats don’t denounce the violence associated with street protests, the Republicans could exploit the issue to their advantage in the election, said former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.
On Heels of GOP Convention, Trump Trains Rhetorical Fire on Kamala HarrisSpeaking in New Hampshire, Pres. Trump made fun of Sen. Kamala Harris' failed presidential campaign and suggested that his daughter Ivanka would be a better vice presidential contender.
With Conventions In Rear-View Mirror, Bay Area Voters Look AheadThe GOP wrapped up it's convention Thursday night, hammering away at its law-and-order message as both parties gear up for the final stretch of the presidential campaign.
PR Firm Associated With Biden Campaign Wins California Voter Outreach ContractThe California agency that oversees elections has signed a $35 million contract with a firm associated with Joe Biden's presidential campaign to produce advertising to encourage voters to participate in the November election.
Remembering How Women's Fight To Vote Changed History On 100th Anniversary Of 19th AmendmentWednesday marked the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the end of the struggle to secure the right to vote for women. In many ways. it was a second Revolutionary War and it may have changed this country just as profoundly as the first.
Campaign 2020: Viewer Guide to the Republican National ConventionThe Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina as the party formally nominated President Trump in a roll call. Here's where to follow the convention Monday - Thursday
California On Track To Ban Flavored Tobacco ProductsThe California Assembly passed a flavored tobacco ban on Monday. The ban faces one more vote in the Senate before heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.
Biden Vows to Unite Country During Somber Acceptance Speech at Democratic Convention FinaleFormer Vice President Joe Biden formally accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday, assuming the mantle of party standard-bearer more than 30 years after his first presidential run and vowing to deny Pres. Trump a second term while uniting the country.
Supes Vote To Partially Close Beaches In Unincorporated Santa Cruz Co. Labor Day WeekendBeaches in unincorporated Santa Cruz County will be closed during the upcoming Labor Day weekend to discourage non-essential travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Campaign 2020: Viewer Guide to the 'Virtual' Democratic National ConventionThe Democratic National Convention will take place virtually August 17-20, with keynote speakers from 6-8 p.m. PDT each night. Here's who's scheduled to speak and how to watch them.
Citing Pandemic, California Launches Website to Enlist Poll Workers for November ElectionThe California Secretary of State's Office announced the launch of a portal Friday that allows state residents to sign up to work as a poll worker in their county for the Nov. 3 general election.