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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, Apr 21, 2016, 8:50 AM

Can a Small-Town Latina Mayor Push Central Valley Millennials to the Polls?

In the small Central Valley town of Lindsay, a mayor is trying to turn out the vote for this November's election. This story is part of our California Counts election series.



The California Report | Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016, 8:50 AM

Trump Campaign Sets Big Goals as California Primary Looms

Donald Trump's big win in the New York primary on Tuesday means that California's June primary is very much in play, especially among the party forces trying to stop him.



The California Report | Tuesday, Apr 19, 2016, 8:50 AM

State Health Exchange Weighs New Way to Insure Undocumented Immigrants

Covered California officials are looking into a way that the state can offer health insurance coverage to undocumented immigrants under the federal Affordable Care Act.



The California Report | Monday, Apr 11, 2016, 8:50 AM

Traffic Amnesty Program Helping Get Folks Back on the Road?

The Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights compiled DMV and census data to show how license suspensions keep minorities and low-income people stuck in poverty. A statewide amnesty program is supposed to be helping people get back on the road. But is it?



The California Report | Monday, Apr 11, 2016, 8:50 AM

Mail in Ballots are Convenient but Can Present Challenges

The first wave of mail-in ballots for California's June primary is going out now. While an increasing number of people are choosing the vote-by-mail option, there are some potential pitfalls to look out for.



The California Report | Tuesday, Apr 05, 2016, 8:50 AM

Trump and the Latino Vote

Donald Trump sparked controversy last summer by connecting Mexican immigrants with crimes like drug running, murder and rape. Trump's success in the Republican primaries has Democrats hoping it will lead to a new round of political activism among Latinos. KQED's Beth Willon has more on efforts -- and barriers -- to mobilizing one of the largest ethnic communities in California.



The California Report | Tuesday, Apr 05, 2016, 8:50 AM

Fresno Voters Head to the Polls Today

Election season arrives early in Fresno today. Voters are headed to the polls for a special election in the 31st Assembly District. KQED's Sasha Khokha explains.



The California Report | Friday, Mar 25, 2016, 8:50 AM

Will Central Valley Town's Latinos Lose Political Clout If Youth Don't Vote?

In the small Central Valley town of Lindsay, Latinos are now the majority -- in the population, and even in City Hall. But there's concern that the activism that helped sweep Latinos into power could be diminished by a generation of would-be Latino voters who are less politically engaged.



Forum | Wednesday, Mar 02, 2016, 9:00 AM

Voters Head to Polls for Super Tuesday Primaries

With contests in eleven states, Super Tuesday is the most significant event to date in the 2016 presidential election. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump were expected to dominate going into Tuesday's voting. In this hour, we'll break down the results and discuss what they mean for the presidential race.



Forum | Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016, 10:00 AM

Measuring the Mood of The Voter

Terrorism, economic stagnation, political gridlock -- these are the issues causing American voters a lot of anxiety, at least according to recent polls. With less than a week before the Iowa caucuses and the start of primary season, NPR and local stations like KQED are collaborating to measure the mood of voters across the country. We want to know, what is the issue you're most concerned about this election and why?



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