California Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Have You Voted Already?

Election Day is nearly here and candidates around the region are all making their last-minute campaign bids. That includes State of Jefferson supporter Patrick Henry Jones, who’s running for the Shasta County Board of Supervisors; we learn more about that race today. Secretary of State Alex Padilla answers questions about the voting process, and we take a look at the significance of the ‘Day of the Dead’ in 2020, as the Latino population continues to be among those most affected by the pandemic.

POLL: Do You Think San Jose State Can Make A Run In The Mountain West Conference This Season?

San Jose State joined the Mountain West Conference for the 2013 football season. Until Saturday night, the Spartans had not opened league play with a win. Behind two third-quarter touchdown catches by tight end Derrick Deese and a strong defensive effort, the Spartans beat Air Force 17-6 to open their pandemic-delayed season. It was San Jose State’s first win over Air Force since 1997.

POLL: Do You Support Prop 23?

For the second time in as many elections, California voters are caught in the middle of a fight between private dialysis companies and a union with a history of taking its battles to the ballot. The question: Is the union effectively using its power to boost health care and its...

POLL: Will You Be Voting In November'S Election?

October 6, 2020 - SACRAMENTO, CA - Voting began yesterday in California. Yesterday was the date by which county elections offices were required to have mailed ballots to every active, registered voter for the November 3, 2020, General Election. In-person early voting is also now available at every county election office.

POLL: Do You Think It'S Smart To Get Out Of Big Cities Like San Francisco And New York City?

San Francisco tied for last place in "desirability" as Sacramento was 12th best. California’s inland communities — rarely seen as hot properties — could become beneficiaries of the pandemic’s economic fallout as workers untethered from offices seek housing away from big cities. Fear of population density is one factor driving...

POLL: Do You Think Gov. Newsom'S New Legislation Will Actually Help Teachers And School Employees?

SACRAMENTO, CA — Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 3308, by Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills), which empowers school districts in California to utilize low-income housing tax credits to construct affordable housing for teachers and school employees on district-owned land. The legislation also clarifies that local governments can work collaboratively with school districts to build affordable housing for their employees as well as members of the general public.

POLL: Do You Agree With Ab 3216 Bill?

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — On Tuesday, laid off hospitality and service workers in San Jose gathered near the Fairmont Hotel in downtown — joining a statewide caravan traveling to the state’s capitol in support of Assembly Bill 3216. As dozens of service workers and supporters circled the park across...