Special Coverage: Election 2010 - Radio Archive
A collection of reports by KQED Radio productions, including KQED Radio News, The California Report and Forum. Reports are listed in reverse chronological order.
The California Report | Thursday, Nov 08, 2012, 8:50 AM
With the passage of Proposition 30 -- Governor Jerry Brown's tax hike to fund education -- many students, parents and teachers are breathing sighs of relief. The measure headed off $6 billion in cuts to schools and colleges.
Forum | Wednesday, Nov 07, 2012, 10:00 AM
Californians decided major issues in Tuesday's election, including whether to abandon the death penalty, label genetically modified foods and raise taxes to fund schools. We discuss those propositions and more results from local and state races.
Forum | Wednesday, Nov 07, 2012, 9:00 AM
The results of Election 2012 are in. We discuss the outcomes with a panel of political experts, from the presidential race to some of the bitterly fought congressional contests, as well as how the vote played out in Ohio and other states. How did our nation's changing demographics affect the outcomes?
The California Report | Wednesday, Nov 07, 2012, 8:50 AM
Voters have passed Proposition 30, which many consider to be the biggest measure on the California ballot. Governor Jerry Brown crisscrossed the state in recent weeks making his pitch, supported by union leaders, teachers and others keen to avoid the "trigger cuts" that would have hit had Prop. 30 failed.
Forum | Tuesday, Nov 06, 2012, 10:00 AM
As voters head to the polls, we go to the movies. What is your favorite film about campaigns, elections or the political process?
The California Report | Friday, Nov 02, 2012, 4:30 PM
For many people, registration with a political party lasts a lifetime. But some people do change their political stripes. Lisa Morehouse has the story of two voters -- one Democrat, one Republican -- who, after much torment, had a change of heart.
Forum | Friday, Oct 26, 2012, 9:00 AM
In a tight presidential race, either Barack Obama or Mitt Romney could lose the popular vote yet still win the majority of Electoral College votes and gain the White House. The National Popular Vote movement, which California endorsed last year, seeks to guarantee the presidency to the candidate who wins the popular vote. We look at efforts to reform the Electoral College system.
Forum | Thursday, Oct 25, 2012, 10:00 AM
Lately they've talked about the economy, foreign policy and tax plans -- but where is religion in this presidential race? President Obama is a Christian, and Mitt Romney is a Mormon. How do their religions play into their campaigns, if at all? Does faith affect their views on controversial issues like abortion or gay marriage? And do voters really care what religion their candidate follows?
Forum | Thursday, Oct 25, 2012, 9:00 AM
The Obama administration is facing pressure from Republicans to explain internal government e-mails, released publicly this week, which shed new light on what officials knew about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. One of the e-mails suggests that the State Department was informed in the immediate aftermath of the attacks that a terrorist group had taken credit for the killings in a Facebook post. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton downplayed the e-mails, saying that a Facebook post does not amount to evidence. We'll discuss what the e-mails reveal about the administration's handling of the incident.
The California Report | Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012, 8:50 AM
The agency that enforces California's election laws is expected to decide later today whether to investigate an $11 million campaign donation from a conservative Arizona group that doesn't disclose its funding sources.