A coalition of California legislators, led by Campbell Assemblyman Evan Low, introduced a resolution that aims to abolish the Electoral College.
To help you make sense of the craziness that is the 2016 election, here’s our guide on how to vote from the nation’s highest office to city hall.
Democrats sparred this past weekend in San Jose, host of this year’s state party convention, and there was no shortage of shenanigans.
High-stakes power struggles will play out in San Jose this weekend at the California Democratic Party’s political convention.
Kathryn Steinle’s killing by an unauthorized immigrant in San Francisco has riled the national debate about so-called “sanctuary cities.”
Monday Night Live! ramped up the raunchiness with a skit that left freshman Councilman Raul Peralez drenched and shirtless.
Last week Fly took a close look at the life of Manh Nguyen, a candidate for San Jose’s District 4 council seat. This week Fly turned its attention on Nguyen’s opponent in the upcoming election, Tim Orozco.
Almost two weeks into the federal government shutdown, there are still 800,000 employees sitting at home, waiting for Congress to approve a budget and allow them to get back to work. Meanwhile, members of Congress have not had any hold placed on their paychecks, and a growing number of people are not happy about it.
My last column described how luck, spunk and political ambition brought the 49ers to Santa Clara. Now it is time for San Jose to step to the plate and get the Oakland Athletics. Let’s start with the positives: A’s owner Lew Wolff wants the team in San Jose and the San Jose establishment wants the A’s in San Jose. So, what is the problem? Politics, pure and simple.