California AG Sues State GOP to Provide More Details on Ballot BoxesCalifornia's Democratic attorney general sued the state Republican Party on Tuesday, asking a judge to make them hand over the names and contact information of every voter who used one of the GOP's unofficial ballot drop boxes.
California Allows Use Of Unofficial Ballot Drop Boxes After GOP Promises ChangesThe California GOP can harvest ballots using their unofficial boxes, according to state voting officials who claim that the Republicans committed to making changes demanded by the state.
'Voters Have Responded' - 1.5 Million Californians Have Turned In Ballots 3 Weeks Before Election DayWith less than three weeks until Election Day, the California Secretary of State's office said elections officials have received 10 times as many vote-by-mail ballots so far compared to this point in 2016.
Secretary Of State: Nearly 85% Of Eligible Californians Registered For 2020 Presidential ElectionThe California Secretary of State's office found more than eight out of 10 Californians who are eligible to vote are registered.
Newsom Criticizes 'Weaponization' Of U.S. Postal System By FedsGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday criticized what he described as the "sabotage" of U.S. Postal delivery by the federal government, accusing the Trump administration of weaponizing the postal system.
No Party Preference Voters Allowed To Vote In California Democratic Primary On 'Super Tuesday'California voters who have not registered with a political party will be allowed to vote in the 2020 Democratic Party primary, state officials announced Monday.
California Elections Chief: Security Is Strong Ahead Of MidtermsCalifornia's top elections official says the state has aggressive safety procedures in place to protect its elections systems against Russian and other meddling but is ramping up even more ahead of the 2018 midterms.
Padilla: Russia Didn't Target California Election Systems After AllCalifornia's chief elections officer says the U.S. Homeland Security Department is walking back its conclusion that Russian hackers looked for vulnerabilities in the state's election systems.