Fremont Mayor Lily Mei joined next year’s highly-anticipated state Senate race on Tuesday. Her announcement came on the first day of Pride Month. But Mei’s ugly history when it comes to the LGBTQIA community is leading Alameda County Democratic Party… Read More ›
Some Alameda County Democrats fumed last spring after the local central committee endorsed the candidacy of District Attorney Nancy O’Malley over the progressive candidate, Pamela Price. The decision rankled a growing number of so-called progressive Berniecrats within the county party…. Read More ›
Site aims to link Buffy Wicks with her donors who hold moderate or conservative histories.
Report: Berkeley councilman, during traffic stop, suggested officer let him go because he voted in favor of police raise
Berkeley Councilmember Ben Bartlett, after being pulled over last July for running a red light, suggested to a Berkeley police officer that she give him preferential treatment because he had voted to give the city’s police officers a raise recently… Read More ›
ELECTIONLINE: Pamela Price vs Alameda Dems Central Committee; San Leandro’s ‘Fresh, Clean Slate’; endorsements
ALAMEDA COUNTY DEMS Oakland civil rights attorney Pamela Price lashed out last spring at what she perceived was a lack of transparency at the Alameda County District Attorney office, and will likely do the same during her fall run for… Read More ›
44 weighs in on AD15
State and federal Democratic heavyweights do not weigh in on the race between Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles
Neither Beckles or Wicks received much support last January at the state Democratic Party pre-endorsement caucus
The county’s polling for another Measure A provided little certainty that it might be successful in November
Last month, Alameda County’s Measure A childcare and early education sales tax increase failed by just 0.47 percent at the ballot box. A comeback in the fall appears likely.
Progressives are livid with Khanna’s endorsement of an establishment N.Y. congressman
‘There’s no strings attached to my candidacy’: Jovanka Beckles is already attempting to contrast her campaign with the well-funded Buffy Wicks campaign.
Richmond Councilmember Jovanka Beckles completed her electoral comeback Thursday by securing the second spot in the 15th Assembly District fall election. With Alameda County concluding its vote count Wednesday night, Beckles appears to have an insurmountable 295-vote lead over Oakland… Read More ›
Price made no reference to her opponent, Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley, in her statement.
Oakland Councilmember Dan Kalb’s slim lead over Richmond Councilmember Jovanka Beckles for the second spot in the 15th Assembly District’s fall election increased to 304 votes. The Alameda County and Contra Costa County Registrar’s offices updated their Election Night results… Read More ›
A day after receiving disappointing election results, Alameda County Attorney Candidate Pamela Price is not conceding the race to incumbent DA Nancy O’Malley. Although tens of thousands of uncounted ballots remain countywide, Tuesday night’s tally gave O’Malley a roughy 27,000-vote… Read More ›
This June Primary proved that sometimes you can win for losing and lose for winning.
The four-candidate race for Alameda County Assessor failed to deliver a winner Tuesday night, although first-time candidates Phong La and Jim Johnson advanced to a November runoff. La, who earned a large number of endorsements from well-known establishment candidates topped… Read More ›
Buffy Wicks, the former acolyte of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns, won her first stab at electoral politics Tuesday night by winning the June primary in the 15th Assembly District. Wicks, who burst onto the local scene last… Read More ›
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, during a long and bitter campaign, was labeled as corrupt by her opponent Pamela Price, later, accused of accepting campaign contributions from dirty cops. In the end, voters re-elected O’Malley by a large margin… Read More ›
After casting his vote in the June Primary, Assemblymember Rob Bonta joined EBC|LIVE to chat about some Election Day races, why he did not issue an endorsement in the Alameda County District Attorney’s race and revealed his pick for the… Read More ›
18th District Assemblymember Rob Bonta exiting a polling place in Alameda Tuesday morning.
AD15’s Jovanka Beckles complains about Facebook’s new ad-buying rules undercutting her grassroots campaign.
Phong La is not the county’s unofficial hand-picked successor for Assessor, but he seems like it.
The Political Action Committee backed by progressive billionaire George Soros in support of Alameda County District Attorney candidate Pamela Price has produced some of the best mail pieces of this primary season. There are well-designed, uncluttered and deliver a clear,… Read More ›
The East Bay’s only true “toss-up” race on June 5 represents the status quo versus change.
Barbara Lee is unopposed, but has five official write-in candidates, including popular Oakland adult store owner
Despite all the talk, there is no qualified write-in candidate to protest Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern’s re-election.
California gubernatorial candidate Delaine Eastin in Union City Thursday talks about the lack of progressives like her in the race, her roots in Union City and a prediction for Tuesday’s primary.
Why is Alameda County Measure A giving the Dem Central Committee $30k during the final stretch of the campaign?
Some strange things are going on with the Alameda County Childcare Measure A half-cent sales tax initiative.
Consensus says Buffy Wicks wins the primary, but the size of the field and up to seven credible candidates means he difference between second and third will be razor-thin.