You really owe it to yourself and your fellow Californians to think through what your vote might mean the morning after.
It is time to change Washington and that means making sure the bitter and partisan Barbara Boxer is not there representing the largest of the United States.
Is it really almost over? California Republicans' Golden Parachute Twins, Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina, are bringing distinctly odd notes to their closing efforts to catch Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer in the races for governor and U.S. senator.
Recent polling shows women not voting for the so-called "Mama Grizzlies," and other Republican women candidates are no more likely to benefit from a g...
Prop 21 creates a stable source of funding to maintain California's state parks by adding a new $18 fee to California vehicle registrations.
Kendra Baker and Zachary Davis, the owners of a Santa Cruz ice cream shop, describe how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) made it possible for them to get the loan they used to open their business.
At a recent lunch I attended at USC, President Barack Obama compared the US economy to a car that had been driven into a ditch. The Democrats, he said...
Barbara Boxer has been standing up and fighting for us during her three terms in the Senate. Now it's time for us to fight for her.
A professional horseplayer once told me that compared to handicapping horse races, elections were a cakewalk. "Polls can be inaccurate," he said. "Gamblers are accurate or they lose." There's considerable evidence he was on the money.
Despite running against the biggest spending candidate in American history, Jerry Brown is in command in the race for governor of California.
President Obama used his appearance at a Barbara Boxer fundraiser to drive his party's sloganeering into a giant pothole and wreck it. Should we let him keep the keys this midterm election?
Jewish voters in California have a number of reasons to go to the polls November 2 to re-elect Senator Barbara Boxer. Among these is her leadership in...
No wonder many people have lost faith in their government. Having to select from a group of people you generally disdain is not exactly a prescription for a happy democracy.
Suppose the friends you dragged to the polls helped America reject the anonymous corporate dollars that threaten to drown our democracy?
Jerry Brown is shaping up as potentially the biggest Democratic winner of the 2010 elections. He is on the verge of besting the biggest-spending candidate in American history.
If Pat Toomey is elected to the United States Senate, he will no doubt do everything in his power to ensure that the "terror gap" endures, as well as working to weaken the few federal gun laws on the books.