Posting State Senate About CalMatters | Support this guide California is seeking state senators to represent 20 of its newly drawn districts, each home to more than 900,000 constituents. Qualifications: Collaborative skills – or at least, the ability to work with Democrats, given their overwhelming control Subject expertise desired, but not required: Senators are assigned […]
Back Posting State Senate Hot Races About CalMatters | Support this guide The primary election for the California Senate will take place on June 7, 2022. Voters in the 20 even-numbered districts will elect a senator to represent them. Loading the hot races for State Senate… District 4 The district This sprawling district takes in […]
After discovering that his personal information was put on the Dark Web, state Sen. Dave Min started a cybersecurity and identity theft prevention committee. Select committees are designed to help senators learn about issues.
Much has been made about the persistent disagreement between Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers over how to put money back in the pockets of Californians reeling from high gas prices and the rising cost of living, but what about addressing the state’s perennial problem — housing? Don’t worry, there are disagreements there, too. The […]
The Legislature has a rare opportunity to fund critical water projects by using some of the $12 billion state budget surplus.
State public health officials project that in this California COVID surge, more than 70,000 will be hospitalized at the end of January.
An unusually high number of influential state legislators are retiring or running for higher office. The reasons include a combination of new electoral districts, term limits and political ambition.
The USDA declared California a natural disaster due to its severe drought, triggering aid for growers and ranchers who supply much of the nation’s food. Why has the federal government stepped in to help with California’s water woes?
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, December 15. ‘Essential workers’ next Health care workers at a Los Angeles hospital were among the first Californians to receive the COVID-19 vaccine Monday, launching a fierce battle over who gets to be next in line. The state hasn’t yet specified which groups will follow health care workers and nursing […]
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, September 1. Newsom signs in nick of time Hundreds of thousands of California renters were saved from eviction — at least for the next few months — under a bill lawmakers passed and Gov. Gavin Newsom signed late Monday night, a day before the state’s eviction ban is set to […]