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California, the nation’s most populous state, plays a critical role nationally. The Golden State often leads with progressive policy quickly mimicked by other states. California politics, however, is not for the faint of heart. Recently transformed by redistricting and a new open primary system, the political landscape is the epitome of the Wild, Wild West. How things will change in Sacramento remains to be seen. One thing remains certain: Californians are a lively bunch and largely fed up with the direction of partisan politics. So, how will Californian politicians adapt to the new status quo and appeal to independents, who make up the largest growing portion of the state’s electorate?
Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon, died of complications from heart surgery on Saturday. Armstrong began his path to the moon as a naval aviator serving in.
On Thursday, the California State Senate passed a bill to allow Election Day Registration (EDR), which will allow citizens to register to vote up to and on the day of an election.
Riverside and San Bernardino counties in California, an area known as the Inland Empire, have a higher rateof people on food stamps and welfare than elsewhere in southern California. But the numbers for other counties in the area are hardly encouraging either.