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In divisive election year, a hard road to boosting Asian-American turnout

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| Census figures show that less than half of Asian-Americans voted in the last presidential election, and it'll be difficult to improve on that this election cycle.

OC supervisor's race a window into a changing region

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In the once mostly white, conservative stronghold of Orange County, a Latina and an Asian-American are vying for a Board of Supervisors seat.

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Anaheim, other OC cities move to 1-member council districts

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Anaheim is one of several Orange County cities where Latinos, Asians and others have challenged at-large elections, seeking a greater political voice.

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Democracy isn't a spectator sport. Have you got a game plan?

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Join the crowd that knows democracy and voting are fun and rewarding. KPCC has you covered with the Voter Game Plan and more.

FAQ: What's 'dark money' and other murky campaign finance terms

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As the November general election comes ever closer, you're hearing more and more about donor limits, "dark money," and super PACs. So, what do all these terms mean?

#WhoMailedIt: Share your campaign mail with KPCC

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Vote-by-mail ballots for the November election also bring pitches from the candidates. KPCC wants campaign mailers for a project we're calling "Who Mailed It."

LA supervisors move against immigration consultant fraud

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Los Angeles County officials will draft an ordinance to license local immigration consultants as a way of better regulating them.

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Teachers unions launch ads critical of charters' political spending

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A big donor itself, the CTA is denouncing charter-friendly wealthy donors "paying to push their agenda on the rest of us." Charters call it hypocritical.

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