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California Latinos Call on Local, National Leaders to Address Housing, Economy
In heavily Democratic California, Latinos are not likely to switch parties, despite high housing costs and the remnants of inflation, which are prompting some Latinos nationally to don red.

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California Latinos Call on Local, National Leaders to Address Housing, Economy

In heavily Democratic California, Latinos are not likely to switch parties, despite high housing costs and the remnants of inflation, which are prompting some Latinos nationally to don red.

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California Latinos Call on Local, National Leaders to Address Housing, Economy

In heavily Democratic California, Latinos are not likely to switch parties, despite high housing costs and the remnants of inflation, which are prompting some Latinos nationally to don red.

From SF DA to the White House: KQED's Coverage of Kamala Harris

While the next steps in this process aren’t exactly clear, one thing’s for certain: The Oakland-born, Berkeley-raised Harris’ new role in the presidential race means that the Bay Area — and California — is now even more in the spotlight.

Why Is Delta Air Lines Still Struggling to Recover From Last Week's CrowdStrike Outage?

Other carriers were returning to nearly normal levels of service disruptions, intensifying the glare on Delta’s relatively weaker response to the outage that hit airlines, hospitals and businesses around the world.

Top San Francisco Democrats Throw Their Support Behind Kamala Harris

Local Democratic leaders rallied on the steps of City Hall as Vice President Kamala Harris continued to consolidate support for the party’s presidential nomination.

'Get This Show on the Road': California Democratic Delegates Rally Behind Kamala Harris

With President Joe Biden announcing Sunday that he won’t seek reelection and endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris, some California Democratic delegates quickly went along. Gov. Gavin Newsom also endorsed Harris.

Alameda Man Charged With Killing 5 Family Members Has Plea Delayed Again

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Harris’ Presidential Bid Gets Growing Support From Latino Advocacy Leaders

Backing from Latinos, one of the fastest-growing voter groups in the U.S., could be crucial in a potential general election matchup with Trump.

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