Voting in California is underway and, as you can see, there's no shortage of ways to figure out what California's 17 statewide ballot propositions are about, including this convenient guide you can use before casting your vote.
U.S. Senate candidate Kamala Harris released a pair of new television campaign ads, one in English and the other in Spanish, highlighting her efforts as state attorney general to protect children.
The two ads will run in markets statewide, with Southern California being the primary focus, said campaign spokesman Nathan Click. A spokesman for Orange County Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Harris' rival in the Senate race, said her campaign will be releasing its ads soon.
Harris' English spot touts the attorney general for prosecuting “predators who victimized children” and leading an effort to combat school truancy. Harris also calls for lowering the cost of college tuition and making child care affordable.
Early voting is starting in California, and it appears Hillary Clinton has noticed.
Her campaign issued a statement for the occasion from Clinton calling this "the most important election of our lifetimes."
“[A]s people across the state head to the polls, we hope you'll join us. Thanks to early voting, it's easier than ever to make your voice heard. Bring your friends and family with you. We can't afford to let anyone sit this out," she said.
In a lengthy statement released by Khanna's campaign, Carter described meeting the candidate when Khanna was a college sophomore and an intern at the Carter Center, the former president's foundation.
Carter praised Khanna for his opposition to the Iraq war and work in the Obama administration. He also emphasized the importance of "supporting the next generation of leaders," which Khanna's supporters have often highlighted.