All posts tagged "campaign 2014"
General 2014: Spending by Ballot Measure Campaigns in California
MapLight, a 501(c)3 research organization that tracks money in politics, has made it easy to track campaign spending for and against initiatives on the November 2014 ballot. The data featured below is a MapLight analysis of CA...
- Posted October 5, 2014
Campaign 2014: Rep. Tom McClintock’s Ballot Recommendations
As part of our ongoing coverage of the November 2014 election, CalNewsroom.com will share various voter guides and ballot recommendations from California political leaders, civic organizations and community groups. From the right, here are the November 2014...
- Posted October 5, 2014
Controller 2014: Ashley Swearengin goes negative in controller’s race
Ashley Swearengin, the Republican nominee for state controller who has caused strife within her party, has turned to negative attacks against her Democratic opponent, Betty Yee. Yee, who is currently in her second term on the state’s tax board, has earned...
- Posted October 2, 2014
Congress 2014: Tom McClintock not taking race for granted
Congressman Tom McClintock, the state’s leading conservative, represents a safe Republican district. But, that doesn’t mean he’s taking his re-election for granted. In an email to his supporters on Wednesday, the three-term Republican Congressman, who is facing an intra-party challenge...
- Posted August 8, 2014
Controller Recount Day 2: John Perez can’t win at current rate
Update at 9 a.m. : The outstanding Kern County Elections team has posted an updated tally on its website. Numbers have been revised to account for that change, which gives Perez a max 4 vote gain in...
- Posted July 15, 2014
Controller 2014: Democrats rally behind Yee as Perez LOSES 1 vote
The recount for state controller began on Friday, and it’s already looking like the beginning of the end for third place candidate Asm. John A. Perez. With more than a dozen precincts recounted in Imperial and Kern...
- Posted July 14, 2014
Controller 2014: Partial recount slanted in Perez’s favor
California’s never-ending race for state controller entered a new phase this week, as election officials are expected to begin recounting ballots in at least two counties. On Sunday afternoon, Democratic Assemblyman John A. Perez, who finished just...
- Posted July 8, 2014
Final* Results: Betty Yee takes second place in nail-biter race for state controller
All the votes have been counted, but the race for state controller isn’t final – yet. With the final votes from Lake County tallied, Board of Equalization member Betty Yee has taken second place in the race...
- Posted July 1, 2014
Controller 2014: Why the cost of a recount favors Betty Yee
The too-close-to-call race for state controller remained unchanged Friday morning — as Lake County has yet to count its 6,053 unprocessed ballots. San Mateo County, the only other county in the state with unprocessed ballots, has just...
- Posted June 28, 2014
5 Things to Know about Recounts from Jimmy Camp
The day after an election, if a race remains too close to call, every Republican’s first call is to Jimmy Camp, the best GOP ground organizer in the state. He’s pictured at right. While the rest of us nurse our...
- Posted June 26, 2014