A clear picture of who would emerge victorious in the city’s races did not emerge until the early hours of Wednesday when the county put out a conclusive update with all precincts reporting just after 2:00AM.
byLong Beach Post Staff inPolitics
The polls are now closed statewide but Long Beach voters may need to wait a while until they can see the live results pour in online as the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is experiencing technical difficulties.
Long Beach residents voting on Tuesday, June 5 will be asked to choose a governor and senator (among other offices) as well as decide the fate of multiple measures, while some constituents will also cast deciding votes in one...
Doud’s statement, an unprecedented move for her office, was prompted by a mailer sent to Fifth District residents that included portions of a report and a partial quote from Doud regarding a 2014 audit that her office conducted surrounding...
In what is likely the last face-to-face meeting between the two candidates before the June 5 election, Uranga and Milrad took turns answering about a dozen questions from a moderator and jabbing at each other’s credibility.
In recent weeks Milrad’s campaign has pushed forward with attacks against Uranga’s voting record, claiming that the councilman is an absentee representative of the district and change is needed. Meanwhile, Milrad's campaign is facing allegations that it has been...
Like so many candidates before him seeking endorsements and support, U.S. senate candidate Kevin de Leon journeyed to Long Beach Monday morning for a fundraiser hosted by some of the city’s elected officials.
Over 400 VBM voters in the district, one of two that has yet to decide its council member for the next four years, received county ballots that include statewide contests but not city ballots that lets them cast votes...
byCity News ServiceinPolitics
The city and county of Los Angeles and several other major California cities have joined the state's lawsuit opposing the federal government's addition of a citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. Census, Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced today.