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There Is a
at Stake in California’s Primaries Today
Including who controls the U.S. House of Representatives for the second half of Trump’s term.
The GOP Could Get Shut Out of California’s Gubernatorial Election
It could matter a lot nationally if Republicans are shut out of the general election in both of California’s top-of-the-ballot races.
Charter School Billionaires Boosting Former L.A. Mayor’s Gubernatorial Campaign
A network of wealthy charter school backers is financing ads for Antonio Villaraigosa into a general election with fellow Democrat Gavin Newsom.
Trump Leaps Into California Governor’s Race, Endorsing John Cox
It’s a bitter pill to swallow for that other Republican candidate in the race, big-time Trump supporter Travis Allen.
California GOP Can’t Unite Behind a Gubernatorial Candidate
Neither John Cox nor Travis Allen could snag the party’s endorsement, which boosts the chances of two Democrats facing off for governor in November.
A CA Bill to Encourage High-Density Development Near Transit Dies. For Now.
An ambitious bill to force local governments to allow high-density housing near transit stops aroused a huge debate — and too much opposition.
GOP Competition to Show Who Loves Trump Most Could Backfire in November
Extremist candidates have hurt the GOP in the recent past. Association with an unpopular extremist president could do the same this year.
California Republicans Mostly Steer Clear of Trump During His Visit
Most of them found something else to do during the president’s visit, though a gubernatorial candidate just missed his flight.
New California Poll Shows Feinstein Doing Well, Republicans Doing Poorly
California’s new voting system will be perilous for the GOP, which may have no general-election candidates for governor or senator.
Feinstein Is Vulnerable Next Year, But California Republicans Are in Danger
California’s “Top Two” election is just months away, and while Republicans are struggling to survive, Tom Steyer could be formidable if he runs.