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Tropical Storm Isaac isn’t the only lashing going on in storm-soaked Florida on Monday.
It looks like Californians are growing weary of the ballot box: preliminary results from Tuesday’s vote show about 56 percent didn’t even bother to vote.
The chairman of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors had some very strong words to say after the county registrar’s office experienced significant delays in posting initial results.
The makeup of a city council in Riverside County was dramatically altered after four of five members were recalled in response to an alleged campaign money-laundering scandal.
Fresh off of an election night being hailed by party leaders as a repudiation of the current administration, Republicans now say it’s time to repeal the health care reform bill.
Lawmakers will now be able to pass a budget plan with a simple majority vote instead of the currently required two-thirds.
- Newsom Elected Lieutenant Governor Of California 2010/11/03
- LA County Voters Reelect Deceased Senator 2010/11/03
- Torlakson To Become Superintendent Of Schools 2010/11/03
- Loretta Sanchez Retains Her Congressional Seat 2010/11/03
- Calif. Voters Concerned About Economy, Government 2010/11/02
- Group: Robocalls Gave Spanish-Speaking Voters Late Polling Date KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–2010/11/02
- Schwarzenegger Casts His Vote For California Governor CBS2 / KCAL9–2010/11/02
- California Voters Gloomy Over Economic Woes 2010/11/02
- Losing Talking Points: Dems Write Off House In Memo 2010/11/02
- Calif. Law Takes Effect On Microstamping GunsA California law that requires all semiautomatic handguns to be equipped with technology that stamps a code with the weapon's make, model and serial number on bullet casings is now in effect after years of delays.
- Calif. Attorney General Kamala Harris Meets With New Task Force On GunsCalifornia Attorney General Kamala Harris met with a new statewide taskforce of district attorneys Friday to study ways to reduce gun violence and enforce existing law.
- As Mayoral Election Winds Down, Negative Campaign Ads Try To Sway Latino VotersAs the mayoral race draws near, both campaigns are heavily courting the Latino voter with Spanish-speaking TV ads.
- Calif. Gov. Brown Defends Education Spending In LAGov. Jerry Brown is defending his proposal to shift some education spending to the state's neediest children.
- LA City Attorney Race Heats Up Before Runoff ElectionThe Los Angeles city attorney race has heated up less than a week before the May 21 runoff election.
- No Spike In Parolee Arrests Under State’s Prison Realignment LawA study that tracked California parolees has found no spike in arrests since responsibility for many ex-convicts shifted to local authorities under the state's prison realignment law.
- City Council Orders Detailed Report From DOT After $42.6 Million Uncovered In Wrong AccountLOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles Department of Transportation has 30 days to issue a detailed review of how $42.6 million in city money accumulated for 17 years in the wrong account. A report […]
- Reports Of IRS Targeting Conservative Groups In CaliforniaDays after the IRS said low-level employees in a Cincinnati office targeted groups with the words "tea party", "patriots" or "9/12" in their names, new reports are emerging of the practice at offices in El Monte and Laguna Nigel.
- Garcetti, Greuel Clash At Last Televised Mayoral Debate On KCAL9Los Angeles mayoral candidates Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel clashed over a long list of issues at their last televised debate on KCAL9.
- Next LA Mayor Faces Grim Budget, Likely Labor WoesFor all their squabbling over fealty to union bosses and ethical lapses real or perceived, the two candidates who could succeed Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa agree on this: City Hall is in trouble.