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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.
Oakland District 4 candidates who recently suspended his campaign, reported an impressive $113,000 in contributions
44 weighs in on AD15
Rep. Eric Swalwell is visiting Iowa this week and next, fueling more speculation that he’s potential eyeing a presidential primary run
The Most Interesting Man in San Leandro readies another run for mayor
Dellums, one of the East Bay’s most influential public officials ever died Monday following a bout with prostate cancer.
Daysog filed his own lawsuit against the city last June to remove the council-approved ballot question for the landlord-backed rent stabilization charter amendment measure this fall.
State and federal Democratic heavyweights do not weigh in on the race between Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles
The ACAP saga hamstrung Alameda County officials like Supervisor Nate Miley for appearing to have neglected to monitor the struggling agency tasked with helping the poor.
Neither Beckles or Wicks received much support last January at the state Democratic Party pre-endorsement caucus
Candidate had been endorsed by Oakland Libby Schaaf and Councilmember Annie Campbell Washington.
Keimach received a $900,000 severance package in Alameda last May.
The county’s polling for another Measure A provided little certainty that it might be successful in November
Impetus for legislation is not necessary Russia, but instead Chinese-backed companies commingling with the Trump organization.
Environmentalists say the use of waterflooding puts the aquifer at risk, along more seismic activity. County staff says claims are unfounded.