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The California State University system announced last week it extended its application deadline to Dec. 15.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared President elect Saturday morning by multiple media outlets. It was no surprise Biden won the electoral college votes from the State of California, as it has been a blue state for quite some time; however, Kern County is known for being a predominately red county.
With Election Day just days away, the Kern County Elections office continues to receive ballots at higher rates than precious years, officials say.
The Kern High School District had its first cohort of students return for in-person instruction Wednesday.
Immigrant rights advocates demand action be taken quickly on policy that forces asylum seekers to remain in Mexico
Last year the American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, and Southern Poverty Law Center challenged the policy that forces asylum seekers to remain in Mexico.
Before the Secretary of Commerce announced the new target Census data of Oct. 5, the NALEO Education Fund worked hard to raise awareness to get people in Kern counted by the former Sept.
Hard-to-count communities in Bakersfield have low response rates with less than one month to respond to 2020 Census
The latest Census data shows a number of areas in metro Bakersfield have response rates of less than 50 percent.
Voting has always been and still is a very important right — a right that some groups have fought for for decades.
La Oficina del Censo de EE. UU. ha comenzado a dar seguimiento esta semana a los hogares de California que no han respondido al Censo 2020, que es la etapa final del recuento poblacional de todas las personas que viven en Estados Unidos.
The U.S. Census Bureau has begun following up this week with households in California that have not responded to the 2020 Census, which is the final stage of conducting the once-a-decade population count of everyone living in the United States.