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Democrat Jerry Brown holds a double-digit lead over Republican Meg Whitman in their contest for California governor less than a week before Election Day, according to a Field Poll released Thursday.
Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer is reaching out to gay and lesbian voters by emphasizing her support for marriage equality and her record opposing the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
Meg Whitman doesn’t need an election win to make a World Series wager with Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
The latest forecast from UCLA says Orange County — ground zero for the housing meltdown — may not fully recover until middle of the decade, but is already showing signs of life.
Bell’s City Council is up for an extreme makeover, now that residents have gathered enough signatures for a ballot initiative to recall three of its members who were accused of being part of the city’s salary scandal.
The city clerk for a scandal-ridden Los Angeles suburb says county elections officials have verified enough voter signatures to call for a recall election targeting three of Bell’s four City Council members.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–10/26/2010
The figure who has been unwittingly cast as the villain in California’s race for governor is finally getting a chance to fire back in a joint appearance with the two candidates hoping to replace him.
The “Yes On 19″ campaign says it’s bought $200,000 worth of airtime in the Southland for a new ad debuting today — but will it sway conservative voters?
Federal lawmakers say the state of California is getting another $902 million in federal funding to advance the design and construction of a high-speed rail system initially running from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
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A new poll shows Democrat Jerry Brown with a growing lead over his Republican challenger, Meg Whitman, as a gubernatorial campaign that has focused on personal attacks in recent weeks winds to an end.
With the election just 10 days away, Democrats are scheduled to hold what they are calling a “Rally in the Valley” in Van Nuys, while Senate candidate Carly Fiorina is expected to visit a Los Angeles synagogue.
California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman took her campaign to Asian-American voters statewide Saturday as polls showed the former eBay chief executive slipping behind her Democratic opponent with just more than a week left in the race.
CBS2 / KCAL9–10/23/2010
Visiting five states in four days as the Nov. 2 election nears, President Barack Obama is appealing to the coalition of women, Hispanics and young voters that helped put him in the White House.
CBS2 / KCAL9–10/23/2010
- Audit: City Paid Millions To Companies Owned By Former MayorThe city of Industry paid more than $326 million to companies owned by a former mayor and his family over the last 20 years.
- Former GOP Chairman Enters US Senate Race In CaliforniaTom Del Beccaro, a former chairman of the California Republican Party, announced Sunday that he's undertaking a longshot bid to succeed Barbara Boxer as California's next U.S. senator.
- Clinton Coming To LA For Trio Of Fundraising EventsFormer Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold the first Southern California fundraisers for her campaign for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on May 7.
- California Officials Propose Higher Electricity Rates For SomeCritics contended the rate proposal by state administrative law judges would raise rates for 70 percent of customers of the state's three largest utilities, and cut financial incentives to reduce electricity use.
- Audit Says Jail Releases Jumped 37 Percent After RealignmentThe number of inmates being released by county jails increased by 37 percent statewide during the first three years after California began sending lower-level offenders to local lockups instead of state prisons, state auditors said Tuesday.
- Ruling Forces California Water Districts To Review RatesAn appeals court decision striking down punitive water pricing that was intended to encourage conservation had water agencies reviewing rates Tuesday and some residents exploring whether to bring similar challenges.
- Audit Says Jail Releases Jumped 37 Percent After RealignmentA new audit says county jails increased the number of inmates they released by 37 percent statewide during the first three years after California began sending lower-level offenders to local lockups instead of state prisons.
- Ruling Against Tiered Water Rates Puts ‘Straitjacket’ On Local Government, Brown SaysA California appeals court has ruled that San Juan Capistrano's tiered water-rates are unconstitutional.
- Local Couple, Nation Await Appeals Court Ruling On Challenge To Obama’s Immigration ActionsA local couple is worried about the future as they and the nation await an appeals court ruling on a challenge brought forth by more than 20 states to President Obama's executive order on immigration.
- ‘Undocumented Immigrant Not A Criminal,’ California Attorney General SaysCalifornia Attorney General Kamala Harris made waves this week after telling the San Francisco Chronicle that "an undocumented immigrant is not a criminal."