California Election Watch 2014
State voters may find themselves with fewer propositions than at any time in more than a generation.
Only a handful of votes separates Democrats Betty Yee and John Pérez in race for a November ballot slot.
‘Oakland isn’t ungovernable, just ungoverned,’ says the latest candidate to enter crowded mayoral race.
A three-way dogfight for the No. 2 spot on the fall ballot may not be resolved for days.
Other races: Wieckowski headed for state Senate showdown; North Bay Assembly race is too close to call.
New voting system created a free-for-all in some districts and a few contests to watch in November.
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.