Thousands of people were improperly removed from California voting rolls in 2017, possibly due to an administrative error, says a California coalition for people who are or have been in prison. KVCR's Benjamin Purper reports.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from KVCR's Benjamin Purper
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla is holding steadfast to his vow not to turn information from California's voter rolls over to President Trump's commission looking into voter fraud. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
California will soon automatically register voters whenever they apply for or renew their driver licenses. But as Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, the newly-signed "Motor Voter" law may not be enough to increase turnout from last year's historic low.
Elected officials and advocacy groups across the California are making a push this week to register voters, after record-low turnout last year. As Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports, much of the focus is on Latino, Asian, and young voters.
Bail is supposed to ensure that defendants show up for their court hearings, but one lawmaker says the current system is unfair. Capital Public Radio's Sally Schilling reports Democratic State Senator Robert Hertzberg wants to make bail a measure of last resort.