California Republicans rally at their state convention, hoping to win a statewide office for the first time since 2006 and help the GOP retake control of Congress. But divisions between pro-Trump, conservative and traditional factions were difficult to ignore.
A key advocate left the PG&E wildfire victims fund after he was embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal at Sonoma State University.
CalMatters has launched an election guide with everything you need to know about California voting for the June 7 primary.
CalMatters is dedicated to explaining how state government impacts our lives. Your support helps us produce journalism that makes a difference. Donate now. Today, as millions of Californians rush to file their tax returns and apply for tax credits, state lawmakers are returning to Sacramento from an 11-day spring recess — and preparing to resume negotiations over […]
For the first time since the start of the century, fewer than 6 million kids are attending California public schools.
California lawmakers are calling for urgent action on gas tax relief and crime, but it may take a while to see meaningful progress.
CalMatters is dedicated to explaining how state government impacts our lives. Your support helps us produce journalism that makes a difference. Donate now. A key deadline in California’s pandemic response is looming: March 31 is the last day for residents to apply to the state’s COVID rent relief program. Starting April 1, landlords can move to evict […]
A new poll finds that crime and homelessness are key issues for California voters and that Gov. Newsom’s approval rating has dropped.
Republican Brian Dahle’s campaign for governor will probably fail, but could help the GOP to regain relevance in California.
California appears to be on the brink of one of its most dramatic shifts in COVID policy: changing school mask mandates.