The 2016 Election |

LA's rough roads could find a fix in Measure M

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| The Los Angeles County transportation funding proposal, Measure M, would provide highway improvements and local revenue for projects like road repairs.

Meet the Judges: Javier Perez, candidate for LA Superior Court

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This year, eight candidates are running for four spots on L.A. Superior Court. "You don’t just define it simply by incarceration or punishment of an individual. But trying to make life better for the community..." says Javier Perez, a supervising criminal prosecutor.

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When it comes to tax measures, voters tend to be unselfish

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Why do so many tax measures pass? Research says it's because voters don't focus on how higher taxes will impact them. But just in case you're wondering, we've done the math.

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Human Voter Guide: Vote by mail ballot deadline and more

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Tuesday is the deadline for people in California to request a vote by mail ballot for the general election. Plus, tips to get you ready for election day.

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Opponents call LA's Measure RRR a 'power grab'

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Measure RRR on the Los Angeles city ballot proposes changes to the way the Department of Water and Power is administered and sets rates.

3 similar letters from 3 political wives hit California mailboxes

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The three letters share the same letterhead and font, and some of the same wording. One of them comes from Christine Antonovich, whose husband Mike is running for state Senate.

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5 key things to know about the judicial races on your ballot

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Why do we elect some judges and not others? That, and other questions about your November ballot.

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Prop 65 and 67: California voters will decide fate of plastic bags

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Plastic bag manufacturers have placed Propositions 67 and 65 on November's ballot in hopes of keeping their product in the nation's largest market.

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