• USC in Sacramento

    Between 2011 and 2013, I was a graduate student at the University of Southern California's Master of Public Administration program. It was a great program. Some advice for you if you are preparing to begin a Masters program; You're paying a lot … Continue Reading

    USC in Sacramento
  • Twitter

    I don't always have brilliance to share on the Tweeter, but you can find some good legislative history, a solid appreciation of books and libraries, and snarky comments.   … Continue Reading

  • One Voter Project

    The purpose of the One Voter Project websites is to educate the public (and those who are involved in state politics or policy-making) about the political landscape around them, and to assure them that there is a long history that has led to the … Continue Reading

    One Voter Project
  • JoinCalifornia

    JoinCalifornia.com, started in 2005, provides more than one hundred years worth of political history for California candidates, districts, and parties. The JoinCalifornia database currently contains state legislative races since 1898, and federal and … Continue Reading

  • Senate Fellows

    A quick word for people with a strong interest in California politics and public service; THINK ABOUT THE SENATE FELLOWS PROGRAM It's a year-long paid graduate program at the Capitol that places you in a legislator's office and introduces you to … Continue Reading

    Senate Fellows