Here is a look at the two main accounts you will find associated with Kamala Harris on Twitter:
@KamalaHarris (when I submitted my request I did not know this was a private account, as Ms. Harris does indeed post Tweets to it that are clearly related to her job)
@VenusD_Johnson (a staff member who uses Twitter to post comments related to her public position, the state claims this is a personal account and not subject to open records laws)
@CaAG_HG (account deactivated soon after I submitted my public records request)
@jehabig (a staff member who uses Twitter to post comments related to her public position, the state claims this is a personal account and not subject to open records laws)
Just trying to find her public account on Twitter can look overwhelming and, of course, the first result is her private account:
As Attorney General, Ms. Harris is expected to use her position in a way that does not allow for the private benefit of any sort of personal gain see CA Gov Code 19990-19990.5. I'd say she and her staff gain plenty by entitling themselves to discuss public business on private Twitter accounts. Also, when it starts getting reported on various websites and publications that I can contact a public official at a certain Twitter handle I begin to believe I'm being directed to their public account. However, should I make a comment on Ms. Harris's private account that she doesn't approve of she can block me from further viewing or responding to her Tweets.
However, if Ms. Harris is going to post Tweets on her private account that should otherwise be published to her public one, then her private account becomes subject to the Public Records Act. Public officials can't have it both ways. They can't privately Tweet information that should be open and available to the public.
If I am going to pick up a copy of the Spring 2015 CalAppNews newsletter in which they want to suggest to me that I follow on Twitter the state's Attorney General, then I want to know that I'm being driven to her public account and not her private one. I do not want to be directed to an account that allows her the privilege of blocking or muting me. Thankfully, as you can read in the response to my public records request that, at the very least, the public@CalAGHarris account does not currently block or mute anyone.
Now, if I can get Governor Jerry Brown to respond to his public records request.