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A full month before the November 5 election, California election offices began accepting vote-by-mail ballots on Monday. KTVU's Jana Katsuyama reports on why election officials say all voters should be watching their mailboxes.
Nancy Pelosi has been nominated by House Democrats to lead them in the new Congress, but she still faces a showdown vote for House speaker when lawmakers convene in January.
Political novice turned Congressman-elect Josh Harder returned from orientation in Washington, D.C., to his California district in the Central Valley on Monday night to greet supporters at a volunteer thank-you party in Modesto.
LGBT candidates scored a raft of notable midterm election victories -- winning two governorships, at least nine seats in Congress, and their first-ever legislative seats in Indiana, Kansas and Nebraska.
Is Georgia’s battle for governor over yet? The short answer is no. But a day after polls closed, one side has proclaimed victory while the other has asserted a refusal to surrender.
San Francisco voters have had their say approving a new tax on some of the city's biggest businesses with the money going to pay for homeless services.
President Trump's combative relationship with the media deteriorated further Wednesday with a news conference where he called some reporters rude and accused a PBS reporter of posing a racist question when she asked him about white nationalists.
Californians had a dozen propositions to vote on, from rent control to gas taxes, from water bonds to cage-free eggs. Here's a roundup of the winners and losers on Tuesday.
Voters in San Francisco have approved a measure to tax some of the city's wealthiest companies to provide services for the homeless.
Democrat Gavin Newsom was elected California governor Tuesday, ensuring harsh criticism and resistance to President Donald Trump will continue from the top official in the nation's most populous state
As Washington came to grips with its new divided reality, President Donald Trump on Wednesday reveled in his party's Senate victories, mocked members of his own party who lost after not seeking his support and even suggested he may be able to govern more effectively after losing a chamber of Congress.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf won handily on Election Day, becoming the first top city leader to win two terms since Jerry Brown in 2002.
Californians were leaning against borrowing $9 billion for water projects in a state where water scarcity often pits city dwellers, farmers, anglers and environmentalists against one another.
Californians voted to keep higher gasoline taxes, rejecting a Republican-backed proposal to repeal a state transportation deal that is expected to pour $52 billion into road and transit upgrades over a decade.
In one of the most closely watched U.S. Senate races in the country, incumbent Republican Sen.Ted Cruz held on to his seat and defeated his Democratic challenger, Beto O'Rourke.
Californians soundly rejected a costly ballot measure that would have allowed more rent control as a way to alleviate the state's housing crisis.
Cities and counties around the Bay Area love cannabis, and the tax money that comes with the newly legalized weed.
Mountain View’s controversial “head tax” measure, which would dramatically raise business taxes on Google and its other large tech employers, headed to victory victory garnering nearly 70 percent of the vote.
Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith is poised to begin her sixth term in office as preliminary election results show her with a double-digit lead against opponent John Hirokawa.