California Elections

On Wednesday, Padilla and a handful of Democratic California lawmakers announced a state Senate bill that would create a
"When you are taking away fundamental human rights -– as in the right to live -– it is appropriate to give our public officials
Rep. Jim Costa (D-Calif.) has defeated Republican Johnny Tacherra in the race to represent California's 16th Congressional
Ro Khanna, the attorney and former U.S. trade representative, was defeated by Rep. Mike Honda in the race to represent California's
Republican Carl DeMaio has lost the race to represent California's 52nd Congressional District, according to the Associated
Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-Calif.) won his re-election bid Tuesday, besting Republican rival Brian Nestande in the race to represent
Khanna congratulated Honda on his win in a statement Friday. The campaign -- which abounded with controversies over ethics
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Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) was re-elected to Congress Tuesday, defeating Democratic challenger Adrienne Edwards. Becerra
Carr picked up endorsements from a number of high profile Republicans, including Mitt Romney, Rep. Darrell Issa and House
Waxman, known on Capitol Hill as a prolific legislator, announced in January he would leave Congress after 40 years of service
Democratic Rep. Grace Napolitano was re-elected Tuesday to represent California's 32nd District. Napolitano, who has served
Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) was re-elected Tuesday to represent California's 30th District. Sherman was first elected to
Prior to his election to the House in 2012, Cardenas served in the California State Assembly as well as on the Los Angeles
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) was easily re-elected Tuesday in California's 28th Congressional District. Schiff, who was first