What is the Electoral College?

Each state is granted one presidential elector for every member of Congress: one for each member of the House of Representatives, where seats are allocated according to population…

Obama, Romney campaigning after storm

President Barack Obama returned to full-force campaigning Thursday, ending a three-day pause…

Governor’s tax initiative slips

California’s undecided voters will determine the fate of Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative as the latest public opinion survey shows support slipping below the majority needed for passage…

Obama – the subtle campaigner

It may look to America like President Barack Obama is off the campaign trail. He’s really not…

Obama & GOP critic visit storm victims together

President Barack Obama joined one of his top Republican critics to visit victims of superstorm Sandy on Wednesday, giving Americans a high-profile display of presidential leadership…

Storm cancels campaigns

Obama is canceled a third straight day of campaigning, calling off appearances scheduled Wednesday in Ohio, the most important of the battleground states…

Proposition 36 suggests revising “three strikes law”

Proposition 36 suggests revising “three strikes law.” Life sentence is imposed only when new felony conviction is serious or violent…

CA Prop 37 enforces labels on genetically modified food

California Proposition 37, a ballot initiative enforces labels on fruits, vegetables and other processed foods…

San Jose Measure E: expands gambling

Measure E would allow San Jose’s two card rooms to increase the number of gaming tables

SF community leaders question candidate David Lee about CAVEC records

正在競選舊金山第一選區市議員的前華裔選民教育委員會行政主任李志威,遭到部分社區領袖質疑,在該委員會領取的薪資過高而且沒有具體的作為,不過李志威反駁指,他的薪資與作為都經得起檢驗…

Tight presidential race in Ohio

With just over a week to go until Election Day, the latest poll shows an even tighter race in one key battleground state…

Obama & Romney on the issues (III)

A look at where Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney stand on a selection of issues, in brief…

US presidential election hits $2B fundraising mark

The 2012 tight U.S. presidential race has passed the $2 billion mark in fundraising, fueled by an outpouring of cash from both ordinary citizens and the wealthiest Americans…

Obama & Romney on the issues (II)

A look at where Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney stand on a selection of issues, in brief…

New poll on presidential race

A hoarse President Barack Obama swung into a second day of a campaigning blitz in a narrowing race while a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows he has ceded his 16-point advantage among women…

Asian Americans and the U.S. Presidential election

While Asian Americans indicate a strong preference for Democratic candidates, neither party has fully engaged these voters.

Obama & Romney on the issues (I)

A look at where Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney stand on a selection of issues…

Proposition 34 eliminates executions

California will become the 18th state to ban executions if Proposition 34 passes. Life without the possibility of parole will apply instead of death penalty…

Chinese Candidates for Fremont Mayor and Councilmember

On November election, Steve Cho is running for Fremont Mayor, and Sue Chan is reelecting for the councilmember…

Romney shifts to foreign policy center in debate

A once-hawkish Mitt Romney scrambled to position himself as a centrist on global affairs in his final debate with President Barack Obama…

Obama, Romney say China needs to play by the rules

President Barack Obama and rival Mitt Romney sparred over China during a debate on foreign policy Monday night…

San Francisco sees record voter registration

the Department of Elections has registered 489,000 voters by last Thursday, a historic high…

CA proposition 33-auto insurance discount

根據加州法律,連續五年在同一家保險公司投保汽車險,可獲連續投保折扣,但轉換保險公司就會失去這項折扣,加州33號提案建議修法,允許保險公司對新客戶也提供連續投保折扣,並允許保險公司對於沒有連續投保的駕駛人提高保費,但是對於因參軍或失業而中斷保險少於90天者,視為有連續投保…

Big TV nite: Giants or the Debate

The Giants have some serious competition, and it isn’t from the opposing dugout. The final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney is happening tonight…

GOP reacts to CIA cable on Libya raid

Republicans are pouncing on the disclosure that the Obama administration could have known quickly that militants — and not angry protesters…

Unemployment rates fall in 7 US swing states

Unemployment rates fell or held steady last month in nine key swing states at the center of this year’s presidential election…

Romney, Obama poke sharp fun at charity dinner

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney poked gentle but sharp fun at themselves and each other for a charitable cause Thursday night…

Obama and Romney push for female voters

President Barack Obama on Wednesday ridiculed challenger Mitt Romney’s debate description of receiving “binders full of women”…

2nd presidential debate tops social media

Last night’s presidential debate was the top political event of all time in social media…

Face to face: Obama, Romney in crackling debate

An aggressive President Barack Obama accused challenger Mitt Romney of peddling a “sketchy deal” to fix the U.S. economy and playing politics with the deadly terrorist attack in Libya…