Now that the debates are over, Charles Feldman takes a look back and forward with the chief television critic for the New York Times.
2012 is the first Presidential election totally immersed in social media – from Facebook to Twitter, campaigns are being fought at an accelerated rate
The rise of so-called super PACs has fundamentally changed the way presidential campaigns are fought. Charles Feldman reports.
President Barack Obama made a short visit to Southern California on Wednesday.
At least one longtime expert on voting pattern predicts a significant drop in the youth vote due to lack of enthusiasm.
Florida was a big problem in the 2000 Bush-Gore election and some think it could pose another problem this year.
More U.S. voters actually vote before Election Day, raising questions about what it really means. Charles Feldman reports.
Proposition 32 would limit certain funding to political campaigns.
The creator of TV’s “Friday Night Lights” is accusing Mitt Romney of plagiarizing a phrase from the show to use as a campaign slogan.
Four major candidates for the mayor of Los Angeles gathered in Hollywood Wednesday for the first debate of the campaign season.
A 18-year-old Los Angeles County high school senior has been selected as a member of the nation’s Electoral College.
A new gold rush is underway in the state of California.
Local leaders are launching a new campaign called Let’s Move California! to help combat childhood obesity in the state.
The self-described “toughest sheriff” in America was in the Southland on Friday to support a San Bernardino congressional candidate.
A $12.3 million marketing campaign designed to lure tourists to the United States was unveiled at the Los Angeles Convention Center Monday.