The “blue wave” Democrats hope will sweep the nation this year, starting in California, looks to have survived the state’s unusual top-two primary, with Democrats likely to appear on the ballot in . . .
With California's June 5 primary only a few days away, a new poll by Stanford scholars shows that the gender and ideological profile of chosen candidates will be critical in determining which party will hold the majority of the U.S. House of Representatives in November.
Political progress in this election cycle equals a record-high 78 women running for governor across America, including four here in California. But those four women are likely to exit the California race once votes are counted next week.