Former East Bay Assemblymember Catharine Baker is joining the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Baker, who served the Tri-Valley and parts of Contra Costa County in the 16th Assembly District for two terms, was named to the FPPC by… Read More ›
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 ›
ALAMEDA: After complaint, group behind special election initiative reveals who’s funding their campaign
Two days after an Alameda resident filed a complaint this week with the Fair Political Practices Commission that the group behind a ballot measure set for an April special election failed to disclose who is funding their campaign, they filed… Read More ›
Friends of Crab Cove, the proponents of a ballot measure set to come before voters at a special election next April, have never filed a campaign finance report since their effort began eight months ago. In response, an Alameda resident… Read More ›
David Bonaccorsi, the former Fremont councilmember who lost his seat during last month’s election, admitted to violating the state’s Election Code by failing to report income of $10,000 or more to his law firm on four separate occasions. The complaint… Read More ›
Campaigns are rolling out last-minute negative mailers and candidates themselves are trolling each other on Facebook. I’ll take a look at two such instances of skulduggery in San Leandro and Fremont. The legendary Craig Williams has another proposed bill for… Read More ›
Alameda council candidate Tony Daysog learned a thing from two years ago–get ahead of the story.
Bonaccorsi says Kassan is an attempting to distract from her own conflict of interest.
FPPC appeared compelled to issue a larger fine against Peggy Moore’s 2016 Oakland council campaign