Manh Nguyen finished Election Day with a solid 13.6-point lead over his opponent.
Residents of north San Jose’s Berryessa neighborhood have until 8 tonight to cast their vote for a new City Council member.
An independent evaluator has recommended dismissing complaints against Manh Nguyen, who’s running against Tim Orozco for San Jose’s District 4 council seat.
Questions about a San Jose City Council candidate’s marital status have prompted an erstwhile acquaintance to file an ethics complaint.
Voters in north San Jose’s District 4 will be able to cast ballots for their chosen City Council candidate as early as this week.
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.
The District 4 council race in San Jose has been whittled to two candidates, Tim Orozco and Manh Nguyen, and the latter has quite a life story—as well as some Gatsbyish intrigue.
A developer’s petition to rezone an industrial property for housing has elicited full-throated opposition from city officials worried about San Jose’s jobs-to-housing imbalance.
Watching returns come in from the special election for San Jose’s District 4 council seat, Steve Kline noted there was something wrong. “There are too many spoiled ballots, “ he said.
A special election took place in Santa Clara County last week and something unusual happened—it went smoothly. Well, maybe not that smooth for one candidate.