California Hospitals Adapt to Evolving Ebola Care Guidelines
Hospitals in California are adapting to evolving guidelines from the Center for Disease Control on how to best prepare for a possible Ebola patient. There are no known cases of the virus in California, but the infection of two nurses in Texas has hospitals here revamping their protocols.
Poll: Voter Enthusiasm Low for Midterm Election
Twelve days before Election Day, it looks like a lot of California voters are thinking about sitting this one out. A new poll from the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California finds only 40 percent of voters say they're enthusiastic about this election. The enthusiasm number was 13 points higher during the last midterm election in 2010, and 21 points higher just two years ago.
Campaigns Measure Turnout Pulse with Early Voting Data
Among Californians who cast a ballot this election, an increasing number will likely vote by mail. Every election, more and more Californians choose that route. Nearly seven in 10 voters used mail-in ballots during this year's primary. As counties process those ballots, campaigns want to get the details as quickly as possible.