Modesto voters talk about candidates, Election Day
Modesto voters on Tuesday, June 7, 2016, talk about Election Day at polling places at Shelter Cove Community Church on Coffee Road and La Loma Grace Brethren Church on La Loma Avenue in Modesto, Calif. (Jim McCarthy)
Amanda Renteria, a Democrat and former top staff member for Hillary Clinton, running for governor of California, talks about the timing of her candidacy during a visit to The Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018.
During a gubernatorial debate on Jan. 13, 2018, fellow Democrats Antonio Villaraigosa and John Chiang challenged Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom's claims of eductional progress in San Francisco. Video courtesy of ABC7 and KPCC.
As we inch closer to election day, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are starting to consider their election night speeches. While Donald Trump is leaving America in "suspense" as to whether he'll accept the results, in the American tradition, one
Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen, R-Riverbank, discusses Measure L, the Stanislaus County transportation tax, at the League of Women Voters of Stanislaus County luncheon at Ridgway's Restaurant in Modesto. (Garth Stapleyemail@example.com)
Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, talks about Prop. 63 – the proposition that calls for background checks to by ammunition and court removal of firearms – at the Modesto Bee offices in Modesto, Calif. He spoke to The Bee's Editorial Board
Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, talks about Prop. 62 – the repeal of the death penalty – at the Modesto Bee offices in Modesto, Calif. He spoke to The Bee's Editorial Board on Thursday, Sept. 15. (Brian Clarkfirstname.lastname@example.org)
Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, talks about Prop. 63 – the legalization of marijuana – at the Modesto Bee offices in Modesto, Calif. He spoke to The Bee's Editorial Board on Thursday, Sept. 15. (Brian Clarkemail@example.com)
From former governors to software pioneers and pony enthusiasts, the Libertarian Party has drawn a diverse crowd that has become more optimistic about its chances in the 2016 election. CREDITS: New York Times
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both responded to the Orlando massacre today. Clinton spoke from Cleveland, Ohio and Trump spoke from Manchester, New Hampshire. Both expressed their very different stances on guns, Muslim-Americans, and how the co
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