Voters keep incumbents on City Council seats
Santa Clarita City Councilmember Bill Miranda chats with supporters at the GOP election night party held at Kelly's Wedding Garden in Santa Clarita on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Dan Watson/The Signal

Voters keep incumbents on City Council seats

Despite a large pool of 15 candidates in the race for Santa Clarita City Council, voters stayed loyal to three incumbents for at least another term, as the tallying of…

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2018 Election results: Which state propositions passed and which failed?
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2018 Election results: Which state propositions passed and which failed?

This November election, Californians had to decide on whether to approve or deny 11 ballot measures on everything from rent control to farm animal confinement and repealing last year’s gas…

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Voters decide fate of gas tax, rent control in California
A woman prepares to vote at Mountainview Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. By 11am 28 people had voted at that location. Dan Watson/The Signal

Voters decide fate of gas tax, rent control in California

Alongside the rest of the state, Santa Clarita voters have decided on 11 statewide propositions in this year’s midterm elections that range from dialysis treatment cost controls to reconsidering daylight…

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City Council incumbents hold lead in early returns
Early returns indicated the three incumbents, Mayor Laurene Weste (pictured), Mayor Pro Tem Marsha McLean and Councilman Bill Miranda, were on their way to re-election. Dan Watson/ The Signal

City Council incumbents hold lead in early returns

From political campaign ads to forums, Santa Clarita Valley residents have spent the last several months hearing from those running for City Council — and on election day, when residents…

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Knight, SCV GOP welcome Cox’s “Help is on the Way” tour days before election
John Cox, Republican candidate for Governor gives a press conference during a bust tour stop at GOP Headquarters in Canyon Country on Saturday, November 03, 2018. Dan Watson/the Signal

Knight, SCV GOP welcome Cox’s “Help is on the Way” tour days before election

Just days away from the 2018 midterm elections, Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox came to support Rep. Steve Knight and Assemblyman Dante Acosta outside the Santa Clarita Valley Republican Headquarters on Saturday.

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Newsom, Harris bring GOTV bus tour to Santa Clarita, voice support for Hill, Smith
FILE PHOTO Gavin Newsom, candidate for Governor of California speaks at the podium as he is applauded by, from left, wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Katie Hill, candidate for Congress, Kamala Harris - U.S. Senator and Christy Smith, candidate for Assembly during a campaign rally held at the Newhall Family Theater in Newhall on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018. Dan Watson/The Signal

Newsom, Harris bring GOTV bus tour to Santa Clarita, voice support for Hill, Smith

California gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris came to the Santa Clarita Valley to campaign for congressional candidate Katie Hill and Assembly candidate Christy Smith at the Newhall Family Theatre on Saturday.

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Rallies take over Santa Clarita in last days before election
Republican party supporters wave an American flag and placards for passing cars to see at the corner of Valencia Blvd. and Bouquet Canyon Road in Santa Clarita on Friday November, 2, 2018. Dan Watson/The Signal

Rallies take over Santa Clarita in last days before election

In the last days before the election, Republican, Democratic and undecided constituents are showing up to support and learn about their respective candidates. Republican support A group of 35 individuals…

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Knight responds to campaign-ad controversy
Steve Knight speaks at Robinson Ranch Golf Club on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. Dan Watson/the Signal

Knight responds to campaign-ad controversy

With less than a week to go before the 2018 midterm elections, the race between Rep. Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, and his 25th Congressional District challenger, Katie Hill, has once again…

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Proposition 1 would determine bonds to potentially house vulnerable groups in SCV
A work in progress; Homes4Families continues to build low cost, veteran housing off Centre Pointe Parkway in Canyon Country. Ryan Painter/The Signal.

Proposition 1 would determine bonds to potentially house vulnerable groups in SCV

California voters will decide Nov. 6 the future of Proposition 1, known as the Housing Programs and Veterans’ Loans Bond, that would potentially provide funding through bonds for housing-related programs…

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Stern-backed VoteSure initiative launches
Senator Henry Stern (front) talks about Senate Bill 702 beside Assembly members Monique Limon, Todd Gloria and Laura Friedman. Courtesy of Senate Photographer Lorie Shelley.

Stern-backed VoteSure initiative launches

A public education campaign to increase voter awareness about election misinformation launched Monday. Championed by Sen. Henry Stern, D-Canoga Park, the campaign launched its web portal VoteSure.sos.ca.gov, which consolidates voter…

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