It’s been more than a century since both houses of the California legislature were completely under the rule of one party and now it looks like history has repeated itself.
The Sacramento Bee is reporting that Republicans are now conceding that Democrats will have a two-thirds majority in both the Senate and the Assembly. The timing could be a little tricky because some assembly members and senators might run for new seats.
The 2012 elections were the first elections where candidates for both houses of the California legislature ran to represent districts drawn by an independent citizens panel rather than politicians.
Are you happy with the statewide election results that give one political party, the Democrats, supermajority control of both houses of the California legislature?
Take our poll then tell us in the comments how you feel about the election results that give Democrats supermajority control in the California legislature.