California’s top Democratic Party official stepped down amid mounting political pressure over claims of sexual assault and harassment.
The South Bay’s largest, most influential Democratic Party faction went through a dramatic shakeup Monday.
Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith is heading for a runoff for the first time since her election five terms ago in 1998.
A candidate for Santa Clara County supervisor was censured by the local Democratic Central Committee over a sexual harassment claim.
Sheriff Smith making herself inaccessible to reporters comes amid criticism that she’s also disengaged from constituents.
With its raucous election for party chair, the Golden State’s donkey party made for all sorts of colorful headlines this past weekend.
Santa Clara County Democrats elected Bill James to serve as the next party chair, ending a 26-year run for Steve Preminger.
San Jose Inside published its annual Year in Review list last week. Now we give you our prognostications of what’s to come in 2017.
A coalition of California legislators, led by Campbell Assemblyman Evan Low, introduced a resolution that aims to abolish the Electoral College.