California Election Watch 2014
Two local government veterans face off in race that will focus on public safety and pension reform.
Every election night teaches us something new. What did we learn about California politics this year?
Two Democrats, a veteran of South Bay politics and a tech-funded insurgent, are on November ballot.
San Francisco Measure B will require a public vote before any height limit increases for development projects.
The GOP’s Catharine Baker hopes to benefit from the big battle between Dems Steve Glazer and Tim Sbranti.
Popular Republican’s arrival in the race means just one of two powerful Democrats will survive primary.
Prop. 42 has nothing to do with access to information; it’s about who is paying for record requests.
It would allow California to sell $600 million in bonds as a catalyst to create rental units.