Fundraising appeals dripping in desperation for retweets, shares, and small dollar donations worked well for Valley Democrats in the Trump era. Now? Not so much.
Gov. Gavin Newsom will face voters on Sept. 14 with no party preference on the ballot, a Sacramento judge ruled, finding arguments to excuse a paperwork flub unpersuasive.
The national conservative talk host joined the fray to oust Gov. Gavin Newsom via the Sept. 14 recall on Monday.
As Gov. Gavin Newsom engages in recall-centric retail therapy, his predecessor is joining the pile-on that California’s historic spending spree is “shortsighted.”
Lanhee Chen, a long-time Republican policy leader, announced Tuesday he will run to be Controller of California in 2022 – offering the GOP a rare chance to win a statewide seat in the deep blue state.
California’s Lt. Governor Eleni Kounalakis, officials with state’s economic development agency, and state business leaders withdrew after a report of Armenian Genocide deniers participating in the event surfaced.
The Team USA suspension of sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson opens the door for Jenna Prandini, who ran fourth in the 100-meter trials, to sprint in the individual event during the Tokyo games.
A second Fresno State softball player has come forward with additional misconduct allegations against now-resigned Fresno State softball coach Linda Garza.
The dominoes that led to Fresno State softball coach Linda Garza’s ultimate ouster from the university may have occurred during the second half of a double-header in April.
Devin Nunes, the senior member of the House Intelligence committee, is tasked with probing the National Security Agency amid allegations it used foreign intelligence tools to spy on Fox News host Tucker Carlson.