Progressive candidates are leading in the races for three open judicial seats on the San Francisco Superior Court that were on the March 3 primary ballot, but at least one race has a close margin as election-watchers await more results.
Senator Bernie Sanders won delegate-rich California March 3, but former vice president Joseph R. Biden Jr., one of the last moderates standing, scored a political comeback with victories in multiple states, including Texas.
Former vice president Joseph R. Biden Jr. spent part of Super Tuesday morning at a diner near Oakland's Jack London Square, hoping to hustle up some votes as Californians head to the polls.
It is not just the race for seats on the oversight body that runs the San Francisco Democratic Party that has drawn a wealth of LGBT candidates.
Democratic socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was the favorite of most of the LGBT panelists who discussed the Democratic Party's presidential race February 21 at an event held at the Commonwealth Club and moderated by Michelle Meow.
Special education public school teacher Angela Normand, a lesbian, is aiming to become only the second LGBT person to serve on the Alameda County Board of Education.
SF DCCC candidates weigh in on whether elected officials should also run for seats on the body that oversees the SF Democratic Party.
Nevada caucus vote counters may not be as bad as those in Iowa but, as of Monday morning, they were still scrambling to report the results of the Democratic caucus voting that ended Saturday afternoon.
The appointment may last only a few weeks, but President Donald Trump on Wednesday named longtime gay Republican activist Richard Grenell to be his new acting director of national intelligence.
"Horse-faced lesbians." That was one of the first barbs tossed at the Democratic presidential field's newcomer, billionaire former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, Wednesday night, in the party's most combative debate yet.
Over the last year gay Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen has found himself responding to several controversies that sparked ire within the state capital's LGBT community.
California's gay veterans affairs secretary is remaining on the job, as Governor Gavin Newsom has reappointed him to the position responsible for overseeing the state's care of its roughly 1.6 million military veterans.