I’m starting to blush, or maybe get a lump in my throat in gratitude.—Jovanka Beckles, candidate in the 15th Assembly District, with perhaps a bit of melodrama last Thursday in a press release highlighting an endorsement from the Contra Costa County Cental Labor Council.
About six weeks ago, Oakland Councilmember Abel Guillen’s re-election chances appeared shockingly grim after a concerted effort by […]
The powerful SEIU Local 1021 union and an influential Oakland advocacy group last month sent scathing letters to […]
The meeting is expected to possibly last 10 hours and include 27 mini-forums for races all over Alameda County.
“One of my ideas as mayor, we should Annex San Lorenzo!” Dan Dillman announced on Facebook last week.
East Bay congressional candidate Rudy Peters was attacked Sunday afternoon at a downtown festival in Castro Valley by […]
The full list of pending Alameda County Democratic Party endorsements here.
Measure T would double Hayward’s existing real property transfer tax from $4.50 per $1,000 of property value on residential and commercial buildings to $8.50.
Earlier this month Oakland housing and community groups sent a scathing letter to Alameda County Democrats urging them […]
The presumptive early favorite for the Oakland City Council District 4 race who abruptly suspended his campaign last […]
In recent Alameda elections, the backing of the island’s influential firefighters union has often resulted in victory for […]
The East Bay’s largest progressive group is backing a number of candidates running insurgent campaign against Oakland incumbents […]
Despite an admonition that Alameda City Council candidates not address the city’s recent city manager scandal while one […]
Hayward City Council Aisha Wahab reported the robbery to police on Saturday afternoon
Schaaf defends use of Tuff Sheds to house the homeless, says the temporary solution is working
Oakland’s District 2 councilmember is taking it from all sides as he seeks re-election for the first time
Amos White says his campaign for Alameda City Council will go on, but doesn’t say how
Challengers for Alameda mayor say they support repeal of Costa-Hawkins, Mayor Spencer does not
Who is running for mayor, city council and school board in your city, along with a number of interesting down ballot races this fall
Nicholas Harvey’s unorthodox campaign strategy, however, is focused on unseating a potentially vulnerable AC Transit incumbent
Similar initiatives to limit health care charges to 15 percent of cost is coming to Palo Alto this, fall, and possibly Emeryville
Bonta’s recent endorsements have a unifying theme
Spencer only spent $10,325 in 2014 to register the biggest upset in the East Bay
Pending an appeal, Alameda’s rent stabilization charter amendment measure will appear on the ballot as approved by the council last March.