2016 democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders’ LA rally drew a massive crowd to the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Monday night.
A Los Angeles food delivery service says it plans to post a $5 coupon code every time Donald Trump says the word “Mexico” during Thursday night’s first Republican presidential debate.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom reports that he has already banked nearly $5.5 million for a possible run for governor that’s still more than three years away.
Donald Trump is no stranger to generating controversy on the campaign trail, but when he arrives Friday in Los Angeles, he’s expected to have the support of at least one Southland family.
The campaign comes in response to what officials are calling a “disturbing number” of recent drownings and near-drownings countywide.
U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez’s campaign was off to a rough start after a videotape surfaced showing her making a whooping cry in reference to Native Americans during an apparent joke.
It’s official: Garden Grove Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez will run for the seat set to be vacated by U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.
The company’s goal? “To bring a new light to an old product.”
The Pacific Wheel’s 160,000 energy-efficient LED lights went out at 8:30 p.m. with the exception of rim safety lighting, recognizing the climate change campaign.
An Orange County city lawmaker faced possible jail time Wednesday for allegedly stealing campaign signs supporting a political opponent.
The race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate could come down to a former Los Angeles Mayor and California’s first female Attorney General.
A Louisiana-based billboard company fighting digital advertising laws in Los Angeles has announced plans to use its billboards to support candidates in the upcoming city election, according to a report Wednesday.
Southland civil rights leaders Monday called for an investigation into what they described as a racially offensive campaign against local Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
With midterm elections just a week away, Gov. Jerry Brown was in Southern California Tuesday, addressing questions about his re-election bid.
After months of stockpiling his campaign cash, Gov. Jerry Brown has begun spending big to boost the prospects of the water bond and rainy day fund measures on the November ballot, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday.