In our final episode before Election Day, we talk about the death penalty, which California voters will have a chance to end this year or reform.
In this episode, we talk about debates (and also dabates), how they work and how much they matter.
In this episode of San Diego Decides, we run down all 17 state ballot propositions, so get comfy, take notes and godspeed.
During election season, various polls get blasted in people’s faces like they’re being hurled from a T-shirt gun. Making sense of them all – especially when they sometimes seem to contradict one another – is tough.
California’s Voter Information Guide for November 2016 is as voluminous as some cities’ phone books. Here’s what to expect as you make your way through it.
Last week’s election set up three November races in which a male candidate supported by local business groups will face a more liberal, female opponent.
VOSD staffers join the podcast this week to help break down the races and ballot measures facing voters ahead of the June 7 vote.
We look at the loud city attorney’s race and the quiet races for judgeships.
Welcome to PACs for Dummies (we’re the dummies).
Lori Saldaña and Kevin Melton both have steep roads ahead of them in their respective races for mayor and state Assembly. But one sees the underdog label as a strength, and the other rejects it altogether.