Record Turnout as Californians Vote Early
More than 22 million people are now registered to vote in California. That's nearly 88% of those eligible, and according to the Secretary of State's office, it's the highest percentage heading into a general election in the past 80 years.
Head of California's Employment Development Department Steps Down
Governor Gavin Newsom's office is set to launch a search for a new head of the state's Employment Development Department after the current director announced late last week that she'll be retiring at the end of this year.
Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin, KQED
Eager California Democrats Hope to Help Flip Arizona Blue
Arizona has been a reliably red state in all but one presidential race since 1948 , but this year Democrats are convinced they have a shot at carrying it. That’s prompted eager California Democrats to flood the zone in the final days before this election.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos, KQED
Newsom Unveils New High-Speed COVID-19 Testing Lab
The new 25 million dollar lab in Valencia will be able to process up to 150,000 COVID-19 test kits daily with results sent to patients in less than two days.
Reporter: Jackie Fortier, KPCC
Why Newsom Campaigned Next Door in Nevada
In the final stretch of this election season, Governor Gavin Newsom is campaigning in Nevada. It's a rare campaign outing this year for the governor. The presidential race has big implications for Newsom's agenda at home.
Guest: Sophia Ballag, Sacramento Bee
Californians Weigh Prop 23 Dialysis Regulations
Californians are voting on Proposition 23, a measure that would put doctors in dialysis centers. Two major dialysis providers have poured nearly $100 million into making sure that doesn’t happen. Reporter Brett Simpson .