GOP Incumbents Advance In Key California Congressional RacesSeveral GOP incumbents advanced Tuesday in key California congressional races.
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Both Have Image Concerns Heading Into General ElectionWe spoke to Ange-Marie Hanock, a political science professor at USC, about Clinton and Trump's image issues.
California Announces Names On June 7 Presidential Primary BallotThe deadline to register to vote in the primary is May 23.
Almost Half Americans Polled Say Another Terror Attack Likely To Happen SoonForty-four percent of Americans think another terror attack in the next few months is very likely, according to a CBS News/New York Times poll.
Is LA All-In For Hillary Clinton? Hollywood Stars, Pundits Weigh InOn Twitter, some celebrities declared their support.
Incumbent Councilman Jose Huizar Leads Race For Council SeatAs Los Angeles County primary election results come in, incumbent City Councilman Jose Huizar holds an early lead.
Proposals Aim To Reverse Low Voter Turnout In LAVoter turnout for local elections in L.A. has gotten so bad that officials are proposing having city and school board elections on the same day as presidential and statewide elections.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry Comes To Riverside Looking Towards 2016 Race"It may come as a surprise to a few of you here that I've been thinking a little bit about running," Perry said to laughter.
Janice Hahn Announces Run For LA County SupervisorJust three years after successfully running for Congress, Democatric Rep. Janice Hahn Wednesday announced her candidacy for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Incumbent Martinez, Challenger Montanez Square Off Again For District 6 Council SeatThe race for the District 6 seat on the Los Angeles City Council is getting increasingly hot, as incumbent Nury Martinez tries to hold onto the seat she won 18 months ago, but is coming under attack from the woman who lost that race, Cindy Montanez.
City Council Hopefuls Vow To Take Pay Cuts If ElectedWith Los Angeles voters just weeks away from heading to the polls, some City Council members are vowing to take a pay cut if elected.
Report: Firm Behind Digital Billboards Lawsuit To Support LA City Council CandidatesA 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.

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