Alameda County District 1 supervisorial candidate David Haubert shoveled in campaign cash like no other candidate this year, according to finance reports. Haubert’s haul was more than double the next highest fundraiser in any race in Alameda County. Oakland At-Large… Read More ›
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Labor unions desperately want to defeat Oakland District 3 Councilmember Lynette Gibson McElhaney this November and they have the receipts to show their discontent. An Independent Expenditure Committee (IE) backed the powerful Service Employees International (SEIU) Local 1021, Alameda Labor… Read More ›
Alameda County District 1 supervisorial candidate David Haubert has raised more than $430,000 in contribution this year, according to campaign finance reports released this week. Haubert, the mayor of Dublin, also holds a sizable cash reserve of more than three… Read More ›
Oakland At-Large Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan is one of the city’s most well-known politicians, and seemingly one of its more popular. But her re-election campaign received a major wake-up call after one of her challengers, Oakland restaurateur Derreck Johnson, posted strong… Read More ›
The lack of competitive state legislative races in the East Bay has not stopped some incumbents from fattening already plump campaign cash reserves. Assemblymember Rob Bonta continues to sport the East Bay’s largest cash reserves. His campaign reported $2.4 million… Read More ›
ALSO: Campaign finance totals from Alameda County Board of supervisor and education.
Alameda County Superior Court Judges Scott Jackson and Jennifer Madden were elected to the bench during the 2016 election cycle. Now, both were issued fines by the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) on Friday for failing to report campaign… Read More ›
Hayward Assemblymember Bill Quirk’s move to Union City last year and profligate spending for a re-election campaign that faced token opposition raised questions last fall for many in the district who suspected the long-time official was signaling an end to… Read More ›
Spencer only spent $10,325 in 2014 to register the biggest upset in the East Bay
Oakland District 4 candidates who recently suspended his campaign, reported an impressive $113,000 in contributions
Some suspicious campaign finance filings by IEs backing Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley is raising the question of whether dark money has entered the race.