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Redistricting of the state's congressional seats led to retirement announcements by two Southern California GOP stalwarts. Republicans will miss them. There's a good chance Democrats will as well, because even though they may not yet appreciate the fact,...
President Bill Clinton endorsed a slate of Democratic congressional candidates in a rally Tuesday night at UC Irvine. More than 4,000 attended the "California's Voice" event at the Bren Events Center, where the two-term president campaigned for 26th...
Former President Clinton continues to be a hot commodity in contested congressional races. At 5 p.m. Tuesday, Clinton will participate in a rally at UC Irvine to endorse several Democrats in Southern California races targeted by both major parties as...
The massive inflatable turtle shifted in the breeze that whipped across the Huntington Beach Pier on Monday afternoon, looking large and restless enough to crawl across the walkway for a hearty meal at Ruby's Diner. The environmental activists who set up...
Tags: Tom Harman, Business, Lou Correa
PolitiCalCongressional hopefuls Julia Brownley, Alan Lowenthal and Scott Peters have been tapped for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's "Red to Blue" program. The program helps promising Democrats running in Republican-held districts....
Ah, the smart money. It said Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich might walk away with a win in the district attorney's race Tuesday, even without a November runoff. Turns out the smart money was just big money and not all that smart after all....
Tags: Democratic Party, Local Elections, Cancer, Judges, Lawyers
Los Angeles TimesSACRAMENTO -- Asking voters to slap a $1-per-pack tax on cigarettes to fund cancer research seemed like a cinch in health-crazy California, where lighting up already is banned in bars, public buildings and on many of its golden beaches. But the tobacco...
PolitiCalRepublican activist Linda Ackerman has been appointed California chair of Maggie's List. The organization supports fiscally conservative female candidates for federal office....
PolitiCalDemocratic state Assemblywoman Julia Brownley of Oak Park emerged from Tuesday's rancorous primary to win a place on the November ballot against Republican state Sen. Tony Strickland of Moorpark....
PolitiCalThe tally of absentee ballots in the race for a Ventura County congressional district seat showed Republican state Sen. Tony Strickland in front with more than half the vote and state Assemblywoman Julia Brownley, a Democrat, and Ventura County...
California's redistricting reforms of 2008 and 2010 took crucial boundary drawing power away from political parties and gave it to an independent commission. The "top two" initiative of 2010 snatched the primaries away from the parties by awarding the...
Tags: John Burton, Democratic Party, Voting, Elections, Janice Hahn
PolitiCalSen. Sam Blakeslee, one of the only Republican senators willing to try negotiating a budget deal with Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown last year, plans to start a new think tank after leaving the Legislature next year....
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