It’s a common misconception that a physical address is required to cast a ballot. For individuals living in shelters or encampments, California offers several options for participating in local elections.(Sept. 26, 2022) → Read the full Santa Cruz County Sentinel report
Hostility and mistrust are facts of life for Bill O’Neill, registrar of voters for El Dorado County. O’Neill and his peers across the state are bracing for trouble in the Nov. 8 election. Though no evidence of widespread voter fraud has been substantiated, election officials are pushing for new levels of transparency in an attempt to quell doubts.(Sept. 21, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report
Loyal readers of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s veto messages may have noticed a new theme popping up lately; Newsom, again and again: “With our state facing lower-than-expected revenues over the first few months of this fiscal year, it is important to …
A wave of public government meeting disruptions by right-wing groups often inspired by Donald Trump has inspired a new law designed to help officials restore order to the process of running local government.
Democrats are targeting five Republican-held congressional seats in California this year, hoping that gains in the state could save their House majority.
The new Inflation Reduction Act offers substantial cash savings to California homeowners who convert to clean energy by using heat pumps, solar panels and electric vehicles.
County sheriffs have tended to be predominantly white, male and politically conservative. But in California, those trends may be moving in the other direction, as recent elections and legislation appear to show.
The links between homelessness and crime are complex, and the idea that unhoused individuals present a danger to their community seems to be exaggerated.
Do California's election results in Los Angeles and San Francisco mean this blue state is flirting with turning red? That's what the national media is trying to say. But there's a lot more to the story.