A recount in San Jose’s District 8 City Council race is going on day six today, with Jimmy Nguyen accusing election officials of disenfranchising voters.
Councilwoman Sylvia Arenas was sworn in to the District 8 seat this past weekend, but the election isn’t quite over yet.
Sylvia Arenas finished 88 votes ahead of Jimmy Nguyen in San Jose’s D8 council race, one of six local contests that may require a recount.
A week out from Election Day, some Santa Clara County races remain too close to call, which has prevented a few obligatory concession calls.
Vote counts in Santa Clara County are nearly finalized. However, one City Council race in San Jose remains too close to call.
Political donors have spent more than $1.6 million on three San Jose ballot measures and another $822,000 on three City Council contests.
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.
Sylvia Arenas supports labor causes without institutional support. That makes her the best chance for independent representation in District 8.
San Jose’s two City Council incumbents managed to win another four years in office, one in a landslide victory and the other by only a slim margin.
San Jose voters have some big decisions to make this summer. Here is a breakdown of all five City Council seats up for grabs.