California GOP Ponders Way Forward After Stunning LossesLast week's election delivered mixed results around the U.S., but in California voters turned the state an even deeper shade of Democratic blue.
Democrats Win Control Of The House As Republicans Retain SenateCBS News on Tuesday night projected Democrats would take control of the House of Representatives, delivering a major blow to President Trump and the GOP. Republicans, meanwhile, kept control of the Senate.
Attorney General Candidate Steven Bailey Faces Ethics PanelSteven Bailey, a former judge now running for California attorney general, is facing a judicial ethics tribunal just two months before the November election.
GOP Brands Democratic Candidates 'Pelosi Liberals' as Midterms LoomRepublicans are lobbing attacks against dozens of Democratic candidates across the U.S., linking them to Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and using her hometown of San Francisco as a symbol of being "out-of-touch."
Republicans Blast Pearl Jam Poster of Burning White HouseRepublicans on Wednesday condemned a poster by Pearl Jam that shows the White House in flames and a bald eagle pecking at a skeleton they say is meant to depict President Donald Trump.
Independent Voters Outnumber Republicans In CaliforniaRepublicans are now the third largest bloc of voters in California.
California GOP Divided Over Governor In Tough Election YearParty delegates on Sunday withheld an endorsement in the governor's race after neither candidate was able to reach a 60-percent threshold of delegate's votes to claim the prize.
GOP Fights To Hold Ground In Democratic Bastion CaliforniaRepublican registration numbers continue to slide in the state — currently, an anemic 25 percent of the total — and the party could soon suffer the indignity of being eclipsed by independents in voter enrollments.
GOP to Spend Quarter-Billion Dollars to Hold House in 2018The Republican National Committee has committed $250 million to a midterm election strategy that has one goal above all else: Preserve the party's House majority.
2 Republicans Running For Governor After Ex-Congressman Drops OutA former congressman dropped his bid for California governor on Monday, saying it's too difficult for a Republican to raise the money needed for a serious campaign in the heavily Democratic state.
People Are Defecting From The GOP, But Not To The DemocratsFewer people say they consider themselves Republicans, according to recent polling. But they're not becoming Democrats instead.