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Here's How To Keep Up With CapRadio's Election 2018 Coverage

On Nov. 6, California voters will head to the polls to vote in local, state and federal elections.

Here's what you can expect from CapRadio as we head into the home stretch of the 2018 election:

  • Our Keys To The House podcast will be bringing you more episodes as candidates continue to campaign in California's battleground House of Representatives districts.
  • PolitiFact California will continue to fact check claims made by candidates and interest groups in the lead up to the election.
  • Insight with Beth Ruyak will discuss the key races and issues leading up to and on Election Day.
  • On Election Day, we will be offering live coverage throughout the day on our site.
  • We will have Facebook Live videos throughout Election Night hosted by All Things Considered Anchor Randol White as he brings you the latest news and gives you a behind-the-scenes look inside our newsroom.

We will be covering these issues up until Election Day. If you have any questions about how to register to vote, where polling places are and what races you should read up on, take a look at our 2018 Election How-To.


 

Stories related to: Election 2018

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State Government

Dialysis Industry Raises $99 Million To Defeat California’s Prop 8

October 15, 2018 | Chris Nichols

Have you seen, heard or read a Prop 8 ad? They’re hard to miss. The proposition dealing with kidney dialysis centers is the most expensive one on the November ballot. So who’s spending the money and why?

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

California’s Next Governor Interview: Democratic Candidate Gavin Newsom Dives Into Childhood Challenges, Defends His Business Career And Campaign Promises

October 11, 2018 | Ben Adler

The lieutenant governor and former San Francisco mayor makes no apology for his head starts in business and politics and scorns critics who accuse him of political convenience.

Rich Pedroncelli / Ann Heisenfelt, File / AP

Feinstein To Face Off With Opponent For First Time Since 2000

October 10, 2018

U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California will appear on stage with an election opponent for the first time since 2000 when she squares off against state Sen. Kevin de Leon.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

California’s Next Governor Interview: Republican Candidate John Cox On His Childhood Struggles, Outsider Politics — But Not Trump

October 10, 2018 | Ben Adler

Cox traces his underdog spirit back to his mother, whom he describes as “an ardent Democrat” and teachers union member — and his challenging childhood in Illinois.

Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio

Ballot Drop-Off Boxes Open In Sacramento County

October 9, 2018 | Bob Moffitt

Even though the election is a month away, more than 50 drop-off boxes for ballots are already in place throughout Sacramento County, including some shopping centers.

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

Want Election Results? On West Coast, Patience Is Required

October 9, 2018

If control of the U.S. House comes down to any competitive congressional races in California or Washington, we may have to wait a while to learn the outcome. That's because those states allow vote by mail ballots to be post marked on Election Day.

Jeff Chiu, Pool / AP Photo

State Government

Little Common Ground But No Breakthrough Moments In Lone California Governor's Debate

October 8, 2018 | Ben Adler

The only general election debate in the California governor’s race was a contrast in style and substance. Republican John Cox argued he could make the state more affordable. Democrat Gavin Newsom sought to link Cox to President Trump.