A new poll finds a majority of California voters want the $68-billion bullet train project stopped and consider it a waste of money.
The state Senate on Monday approved legislation that would allow immigrants who are not U.S. citizens to assist voters casting a ballot.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to place a half-cent sales tax increase on the March ballot.
Voters rejected Proposition 38 Tuesday night, which would have increased taxes to fund education.
Voters across Southern California began heading to the polls early on Tuesday ahead of what was expected to be a smaller turnout than previous years.
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Labor union members claim Proposition 32, which would limit how unions raise money for California political campaigns, would rob them of their political power.
Two similar California tax hike initiatives might be defeated in November if supporters of both ballot measures continue to aggressively attack one another.
Nearly a year after U.S. attorneys in California pledged to crack down on medical marijuana, federal prosecutors filed three lawsuits Tuesday against properties in Los Angeles that house pot shops and sent 68 letters warning other sites to close or face possible charges.
The secretary of state’s office reports that more than 17 million Californians are registered to vote ahead of the November presidential election, or nearly 73 percent of those who are eligible to cast a ballot.
Two San Clemente City Council candidates who share the same name were battling Thursday over who’s name will appear first on the Nov. 6 ballot.
A citywide ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles could be suspended on Wednesday even before it takes effect.
The Anaheim City Council is holding a special meeting Wednesday to discuss whether to change the way they elect city leaders.
An effort is underway Monday in Pomona to save and restore the city’s treasured public library.
If approved, the tax would have required property owners to pay an extra $298 a year for five years to raise $255 million to help fund district school operations.