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  • Gap shrinks in close Assembly race

     
    Santa Monica Mayor Richard Bloom's election night lead over Assemblywoman Betsy Butler narrowed to 103 votes Friday, when county elections officials updated their ballot tallies. The next update is scheduled for Tuesday....
  • California voters head to the polls

     
    After months of politicking and hundreds of millions of dollars in television ads, voters head to the polls in what is expected to be one of the most expensive and competitive elections in California history....
  • Several California races still too close to call

     
    Election night tallies in several Congressional and legislative races left open the possiblity the outcomes could change when provisional and remaining absentee ballots are counted....
  • Sen. Pavley leads in fundraising against GOP contender Todd Zink

     
    Sen. Pavley, a Democrat, leads in fundraising over Republican Zink in the election for the 27th Senate District contest....
  • Skelton: Lawmaker may finally fulfill pledge to dying wife

     
    Assemblyman Gil Cedillo fulfills a promise to his dying wife to pass a bill allowing illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses....
  • Two Democrats face off in hard-fought Westside Assembly contest

     
    Democrat faces Democrat in Westside Assembly contest...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown beefs up protection of domestic violence victims

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed bills to help protect domestic violence victims...
  • Lessons for California in Tuesday's vote

    Lessons for California in Tuesday's vote
    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....
  • Torie Osborn hopes to ‘friend’ voters

     
    Assembly candidate Torie Osborn is trying out a new Facebook system for finding volunteers' "friends" who can vote for her. She's competing in a hot four-way race for two runoff slots....
  • California state lawmaker wants fracking moratorium

     
    A state lawmaker has proposed legislation that would ban the use of hydraulic fracturing in California until regulators write rules governing the controversial procedure. The measure, introduced by Assemblywoman Betsy Butler (D-Marina del Rey), would...
  • Imus, Cook in House race; counting in other squeakers goes on

     
    Republicans Gregg Imus and Paul Cook will compete in November for the 8th Congressional District seat. Los Angeles County elections officials still are counting ballots, leaving outcomes uncertain in some close races....