What would’ve been a routine nomination erupted into a political brawl between county Assessor Larry Stone and Supervisor Dave Cortese.
The value of Santa Clara County’s taxable property hit an all-time high of $483.2 billion, according to the latest assessment.
California’s long-awaited primary comes Tuesday, which means it’s down to the wire for a number of hotly contested South Bay races.
The first polling in the San Jose mayor’s race came out this week, showing that Sam Liccardo can coast his way to re-election.
All but one of the candidates vying for county Supervisor Ken Yeager’s seat have surpassed the quarter-million dollar fundraising mark.
Mayor Sam Liccardo beat his own record for the opening campaign fundraising period of his 2018 re-election bid.
Deanna Santana, the South Bay’s most prolific public mercenary, is taking her talents to Santa Clara.
David Vossbrink, the city of San Jose’s longtime airport and City Hall communications director, called it a career after four decades.
As of this week, Santa Clara County will no longer collect a $40 fee from people who appeal their property assessment.
The votes have been counted—most of them anyway—and it’s time to reflect on all that went into the 2014 Midterm elections. But before we do that, here’s a collection of photos from the night that was make or break for local politicos.