A week after Election Day, voter turnout is on track to reach 60 percent while roughly 100,000 ballots remain uncounted.
Santa Clara County’s multi-agency All the Way Home campaign has housed 1,237 homeless veterans since 2015, according to a new report.
With 58 percent of the ballots tallied Friday, Maya Esparza pulled ahead of incumbent Tam Nguyen in San Jose’s D7 council race.
In the race for San Jose’s only open council seat, D9, real estate broker Pam Foley pulled ahead of Kalen Gallagher by 945 votes.
Maya Esparza had nearly caught up to D7 incumbent Tam Nguyen by Wednesday, trailing him this afternoon by a margin of just 13 votes.
Full-service satellite locations are open Monday, but closed on Election Day while 50 drop-off sites are available.
The rematch between Tam Nguyen and Maya Esparza could pave the path for how the city tackles its most pressing issues in coming years.
After years of planning and false starts, San Jose is finally poised to launch a “safe parking” initiative for people living out of their cars.
Councilman Don Rocha stunned allies and adversaries alike when he skipped a vote Tuesday on a proposal to study commercial impact fees.
Though its future remains uncertain, Hope Village accomplished what no local elected leader has had the political will or vision pull off.