In early 2018, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf took the unusual step of alerting undocumented immigrants in Northern California […]
A few days after a weekend sideshow in Oakland resulted in a transport truck and an A.C. Transit […]
When Assemblymember Rob Bonta spoke in support of a proposal last Tuesday for Oakland officials to begin collecting […]
Fearing Oakland voters will become further disillusioned with their city government and uncertainty over a legal fight that […]
The Golden State Warriors loss Sunday night in Oakland to the lowly Phoenix Suns caused continued consternation among […]
Tragedy struck Oakland Councilmember Lynette McElhaney, family, friends and the East Bay political world following the death of […]
Oakland Councilmember Larry Reid underwent a procedure on his heart this week requiring hospitalization for three days. Reid, […]
It’s not a revenue problem. It’s an expenditures problem that is fueling another large budget shortfall in Oakland […]
On Day Two of the Oakland teachers strike, Oakland Council President Rebecca Kaplan said she asked Gov. Gavin […]
Oakalnd Councilmember Dan Kalb was having coffee with his chief of staff just within earshot of City Hall […]
Last year was the first time in over a decade that Oakland At-Large Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan had not […]
Oakland Councilmember Abel Guillen, in perhaps the biggest Election Night upset in the East Bay, conceded the District […]
Lee issued a similar stern response to a similar situation in the 2016 Oakland at-large race.
Look for extremely close toss-up races in Oakland’s Districts 2, 4, and a nail biter in District 6 next Tuesday.
With just over three weeks until Election Day, Oakland City Council District 4 candidate Charlie Michelson announced Sunday […]
The voting bloc formed by District 4 candidates Pam Harris, Nayeli Maxson, and Sheng Thao is called the “Women’s Leadership Slate.”
It’s an endorsement that has a bit more personal history attached to it than most. Civil rights icon […]
“We’ve now experienced enough of ICE telling lies,” said the author, Oakland Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan.
The powerful SEIU Local 1021 union and an influential Oakland advocacy group last month sent scathing letters to […]
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 […]
The East Bay’s largest progressive group is backing a number of candidates running insurgent campaign against Oakland incumbents […]
Oakland’s District 2 councilmember is taking it from all sides as he seeks re-election for the first time
Oakland District 4 candidates who recently suspended his campaign, reported an impressive $113,000 in contributions
#BBQ Becky. Oakland Parks & Rec Commission. Up next: Oakland City Council?
FPPC appeared compelled to issue a larger fine against Peggy Moore’s 2016 Oakland council campaign
Campaign filings this week show that Oakland Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan opened a committee to begin fundraising for a run at Oakland mayor. Two weeks later she dropped out. What happened?
Despite rancor toward Schaaf, Kaplan says the endorsement of her challenger is not payback.