Home / POLITICS (page 5)


Get periodical, impartial political news coverage on the local, regional, national and binational leaders, policies and agendas. ////////////////////////////////////////////
Obtén cobertura políco-imparcial de noticias periódicas sobre lideres, políticas, agendas locales, regionales nacionales y binacionales.

May, 2021

  • 12 May

    Imperial County Supervisors Want Calexico East Port Hours Expanded

    -Editorial For more than a year, the hours of operation at the Calexico East Land Port of Entry changed from 6 a.m. to midnight to 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., reducing the hours of operation in its passenger portion by ten hours. Although U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s initial justification …

  • 8 May

    Calexico Council members discuss economic and border related issues during binational meeting

    -Editorial In another step to consolidate the relationship between Calexico and Mexicali, Calexico Mayor Rosie Arreola-Fernandez and Mayor Pro Tem Javier Moreno participated in a project that will improve the U.S.-Mexico relationship and bring a better understanding of the challenges and strengths of the border region.  Among the topics discussed …

  • 6 May

    Transportation Owners Give Support To The Political Project Headed By Jorge Hank Rhon

    -Editorial “The priority of my government is to improve the standard of living of all workers in Baja California, but this can only be achieved if we work together with government and society,” said the candidate of the Encuentro Solidario Party (PES) before more than 31,500 public transport drivers who …

  • 6 May

    COPARMEX Mexicali unveils BC governor candidates’ proposals

    MEXICALI, B.C.- COPARMEX Mexicali introduced proposals to the media for the candidates for Baja California Governor, this in the absence of specific proposals from them, said Octavio Sandoval, president of the union. “COPARMEX did some work to introduce these proposals to the candidates so they can sign it and implement …

  • 5 May

    Baja California Government Signs Subsidy Agreement for Rate 1F with CFE

    -Editorial The Government of Baja California signed an agreement for 600 million pesos with the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) to implement the Subsidy for the support of users of the domestic sector in Rate 1F, for citizens who due to the high temperatures will be affected by high energy consumption. …

  • 3 May

    Second Gubernatorial Debate with Baja California Candidates Was Held

    MEXICALI, B.C.- This Sunday, the second debate of the candidates for governor was held, which was organized by the Baja California State Electoral Institute (IEEBC), however, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, candidate for the Morena coalition, PT (Labor Party) and PVEM (Green Ecologist Party of Mexico) was absence. For this …

  • 2 May

    CANACINTRA Mexicali to Host Debates for Mayor and Governor

    -Editorial Like every election period, the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA) Mexicali, plans to hold specialized debates on economic matters, on May 25 and 26 with the candidates running for the Mayor of Mexicali and Governor of Baja California, said Alberto Sanchez Torres, president of the industrial organization. …

April, 2021

  • 30 April

    Governor Newsom Signs Bill Giving Small Business a $6.2 Billion Tax Cut

    -Editorial Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will give the hardest-hit businesses by the pandemic a $6.2 billion tax cut over the next six years – a critical lifeline that will help get our small businesses back on their feet and an important component of California’s economic recovery strategy. …

  • 27 April

    Calexico and Mexicali Mayors Meet to Discuss Future Binational Collaboration

    -Editorial The relationship between the sister cities of Mexicali and Calexico took a step forward with a meeting between the two Mayors on April 26.  Calexico Mayor Rosie Arreola Fernandez and Mexicali Mayor Lupita Mora met to talk about the importance of continuing a binational relationship between the two cities. …

  • 22 April

    Arizona Governor Visits Yuma to Declare a State of Emergency at The Border

    -Editorial  Governor Doug Ducey and a delegation of state lawmakers toured Arizona’s border in Yuma and received a briefing on the escalating humanitarian and security crisis from Border Patrol, local law enforcement, and community leaders. The tour follows the Governor’s announcement to issue a Declaration of Emergency and deploy the Arizona National …