Alex Padilla

California Secretary of State

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California Secretary of State; former Democratic State Senator for the Fernando Valley(2006-2014), where he chaired the Committee on Energy, Utilities, and Communications; former member of the Los Angeles City Council

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The nation’s highest court rejected the Trump administration’s argument to add a citizenship question to next year’s census.

Secretary of State Alex Padilla on Supreme Court 2020 Census decision

The nation’s highest court rejected the Trump administration’s argument to add a citizenship question to next year’s census.

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Democratic lawmakers are pushing to move California’s primary up to make it more relevant in 2020, but will it make a difference if they succeed?

New bill aims to move California's primary to just after Iowa and New Hampshire

Democratic lawmakers are pushing to move California’s primary up to make it more relevant in 2020, but will it make a difference if they succeed?

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America's Hispanic population is growing so fast that 66,000 Latino Americans turn 18 every month according to the Pew Research Center.

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America's Hispanic population is growing so fast that 66,000 Latino Americans turn 18 every month according to the Pew Research Center.

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