Santa Clara Opts Not to Host Political Forums, Prompting Outrage From Candidates

Santa Clara has called off its long-running candidate forums in one of the most consequential election years in the city’s history.

Santa Clara Wins Legal Dispute Over S.F. 49ers’ Stadium Rent

Santa Clara prevailed in a legal battle with the San Francisco 49ers over how much the team should pay to rent the city-owned Levi’s Stadium.

Ruling in Voting Rights Case Stands to Upend Political Landscape in Santa Clara

A judge’s order to split Santa Clara into six election districts could undermine Mayor Lisa Gillmor’s majority bloc on the City Council.

Judge to Decide on New Voting Districts for City of Santa Clara

A judge is hearing proposals for how to carve Santa Clara into as many as seven election districts to ensure fair representation for minorities. 

Santa Clara Cuts Ties With Chamber of Commerce, Citing Potential Conflicts, Self-Dealing

Santa Clara city officials are cutting ties with the local chamber of commerce, citing a preliminary audit that identified potential self-dealing.

Dominic Caserta Resigns From Santa Clara Council Amid Mounting Harassment Claims

Dominic Caserta has resigned from elected office and pulled out of the county supervisor race amid mounting allegations of sexual misconduct.

Dominic Caserta in Free Fall as Key Endorsers Back Out Amid Sexual Harassment Claims

Dominic Caserta has been losing key endorsements in his bid for Santa Clara County supervisor after new allegations surfaced this week.

Santa Clara Mayor, Merc Still at Odds over Report on PR Flack (Who Got the Story Changed)

Mayor Lisa Gillmor admits she was wrong to block a reporter on Twitter after an unflattering report, but still claims the article is full of errors.