The Secretary of State just released the official list of parties that are qualified for this June’s statewide primary. No surprises here, although we might be forgiven for sometimes forgetting that 1 in 16 California voters is registered with a party whose name doesn’t start with a D or an R (specifically, an L, a [...]
Local election results never cease to amaze me. As I was compiling the results of supervisorial elections around the state this morning, I came across a handful of races that are incredibly close and will not be decided until the last mail-in ballot is counted.
While it might seem like election season is already in full swing, it’s still only August and the real onslaught won’t begin for a couple more weeks. Which makes this the perfect time to look at voter registration in California. The data viz below contains a bunch of information about it. Click on the picture [...]
The US Census Bureau released the list of counties that need to provide election materials in other languages. Here’s the rundown.
Four women and one man now govern rural Trinity County, a first in the history of the Rhode Island-sized, forested mountain county of 14,000 people, in far Northern California.