Alameda school member Jennifer Williams accepted a $2,500 campaign contribution from the San Francisco Police Officers Association this week, according to finance reports. The contribution comes after Alameda County Democrats strongly advised elected officials running for office this fall not… Read More ›
Alameda County Dems call on candidates to pledge they will not accept money from the sheriff, related police unions
A call from the statewide Democratic Party to rid itself of political contributions from police unions is filtering down to the local level. The Alameda County Democratic Party Central Committee approved a resolution on Wednesday that calls on elected officials… Read More ›
Price made no reference to her opponent, Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley, in her statement.
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 ›
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 ›
AD15’s Jovanka Beckles complains about Facebook’s new ad-buying rules undercutting her grassroots campaign.
ELECTION LINE: Big money and attacks continue in Alameda County DA race; DeSaulnier AD15 endorsement
Police union IE releases 30-second ad opposing Pamela Price on Thursday.
Nancy Skinner’s police transparency bill passed the State Senate Wednesday by a 25-11 vote.
Californians United for Safe Neighborhoods and School opposing Pamela Price for District Attorney 2018, an Independent Expenditure Committee, created by San Jose and Los Angeles police unions, issued a strong rebuke to the candidate challenging Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley… Read More ›
**UPDATED** IE backed by San Jose and Los Angeles police union was formed last Monday to oppose Price. The move suggests the ALCO DA race is about to get even more brutal.