The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, but not for the reasons expected.
Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?
Meet Mike Alvarado and Maria Hernandez, two grassroots candidates in the race to replace Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager.
Several people running to replace Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager made their case Thursday for the BAYMEC endorsement.
With its raucous election for party chair, the Golden State’s donkey party made for all sorts of colorful headlines this past weekend.
BAYMEC, one of the South Bay’s leading LGBT organizations, is trying to recover after losing more than half its board of directors this past year.
Political donors have spent more than $1.6 million on three San Jose ballot measures and another $822,000 on three City Council contests.
Steve Brown is a special guy. How else to explain his position to allow businesses to discriminate against gay people? Then there’s his voter record.
Council candidate Steve Brown crashed a press conference convened to denounce his views on discrimination against the LGBTQ community.
The special election to succeed former San Jose Councilman Kansen Chu—and by extension his temporarily appointed fill-in Margie Matthews—takes greater shape next week, when candidates must file their first campaign disclosure forms for 2015. But what have they been doing in the meantime?