The US Census Bureau released the list of counties that need to provide election materials in other languages. Here’s the rundown.
When voters elected five county supervisors to higher office on Tuesday, they made a statement: they are pleased with these individuals’ public service as county supervisors and trust they will represent them well in the State Capitol. We share that faith.
The Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review is hosting a symposium, co-sponsored by CSAC, “Rebooting California: Initiatives, Conventions & Government Reform,” on Friday, September 24 in Robinson Courtroom on Loyola Law School’s downtown Los Angeles campus.
Take note: if you are one of a growing number of Californians to vote by mail, you can expect to receive your ballots this week. County elections officials across California are mailing out ballots to officially get the June primary under way.
The CSAC Board of Directors today voted to oppose Prop. 16, the initiative that would limit local government’s ability to expand local energy programs.