Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Rick Santorum is in the Coachella Valley this weekend.
A Republican lawmaker in California who previously sought the right to carry a loaded weapon inside the state Capitol has been cited for trying to bring a loaded handgun onto a Sacramento-bound flight.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is under fire and taking heat for his stance on immigration.
CBS will present the Campaign 2012 season’s first network broadcast of a Republican Presidential Primary debate on Saturday, Nov. 12, beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is scheduled to visit the Southland Friday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will swing through California this week for private meetings with Republican leaders and legislators that will stoke speculation that he plans to enter the 2012 presidential race.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman will hold fundraisers for his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in downtown Los Angeles and Newport Beach on Monday in his second trip to the region in just more than a month.
A state legislative committee has rejected a Republican lawmaker’s bills targeting illegal immigration in California.
In a show of solidarity, Republican lawmakers have formed a new caucus to oppose any deal to close California’s $26.6 billion budget deficit that involves tax increases.
A majority of GOP of voters who support a Sarah Palin presidential run say they also have doubts about Obama’s eligibility.
John “Steve” Horn, a Republican congressman who represented Long Beach for five terms, has died. He was 79.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney says he hasn’t decided yet whether to run for president in 2012, but says he’s committed to “seeing that there’s somebody in the race who understands the economy.”
Tan Duc Nguyen, a Republican candidate who twice failed to unseat Democrat Loretta Sanchez, got good news and bad news Tuesday.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump says he’s thinking about running for president, saying “everybody’s ripping off the United States.”
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday pointed the finger at lawmakers and California voters for the $6 billion deficit in the state budget he signed just a month ago.