With Thousands of Ballots Still Uncounted, Some South Bay Races Remain Too Close to Call

A week out from Election Day, some Santa Clara County races remain too close to call, which has prevented a few obligatory concession calls.

Dead Heat in San Jose’s District 8 Council Race; Other Victors Clear

Vote counts in Santa Clara County are nearly finalized. However, one City Council race in San Jose remains too close to call.

Whirlwind Election Night Ends With Big Victories, Cliffhangers

A whirlwind election night set the stage for new beginnings as well as a few contested races that could linger into next week.

From San Jose to D.C., Women Lead the Way in Election 2016

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.

Questions Arise on ‘Dark Money’ Influence in South Bay Politics

A fresh round of campaign finance data triggered two unrelated claims about “dark money” influence in Silicon Valley politics.

Op-Ed: Manufacturing Will Help San Jose Restore Middle Class

As the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose is at the heart of the innovation economy. But are we creating enough opportunities for upward mobility?

Beall, Nguyen, San Jose City Hall Take Big Wins in Primary Election

State Sen. Jim Beall and Assembly hopeful Madison Nguyen won big in their primary races, while San Jose saw two ballot measure victories.

California’s Long-Awaited Primary Election Day is Here

Election Day is here. After months of waiting, Californians have until 8pm to cast their vote in the presidential primary.