The 2016 Election |

CA officials say local voting is secure

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| As President Trump's election integrity commission convenes to look into reports of voter irregularities, election watchers say local voters needn't worry.

California officials push back after Trump's latest voter fraud claim

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In the wake of President Trump's call for an investigation into widespread voter fraud, California's Secretary of State called the statements "a flat-out lie."

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Dear President-elect: Snapshots from Southern California

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Listen to five Southern Californians with different political perspectives share their thoughts as Donald Trump becomes the country's 45th president.

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What's the interest in SoCal for inauguration tickets?

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Some congressional offices report ticket cancellations following Donald Trump's presidential election, but others say there's steady interest in the inauguration.

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New year brings changes to LA sales tax

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A KPCC listener asks: when will Los Angeles County residents see the new sales taxes? The answer: it depends on where you live.

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Turnout rose across Southern California — except in LA

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Voter turnout jumped from 2012 across much of Southern California. Turnout in Orange County was a bright spot, but Los Angeles County moved in the other direction.

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Clinton and Trump supporters #AirTalkItOut after the election

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KPCC brings together four Trump supporters and four Clinton voters to discuss their differences, their hopes and their fears for the next four years.

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California's millennial voter boom

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Vote results won't be certified until mid-December, but the state's newly registered voters show the growing influence of younger and Latino voters.

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