High-stakes power struggles will play out in San Jose this weekend at the California Democratic Party’s political convention.
Darcie Green’s campaign had a few stumbles to begin the year. Now, hard-to-find campaign filings have raised questions about her accounting practices.
Rather than fight a disciplinary action stemming from a client complaint, attorney-turned-Councilman Tam Nguyen resigned from the state bar.
A new candidate jumped into the race to succeed Assemblywoman Nora Campos (D-San Jose), who terms out this year.
Darcie Green’s new husband said he took his bride’s surname to honor her family, but those familiar with his record of domestic violence think that may have had something to do with it.
Name recognition is the name of the game when it comes to politics, but there’s more to the decision by one local elected’s spouse to change his name.
Another top-level staffer has left the office of Assemblywoman Nora Campos (D-San Jose), which perhaps comes as a gesture of goodwill to political Mad Libs writers. As for constituents in East San Jose? Not so much.
Councilwoman Magdalena Carrasco put to rest rumors of a bid for higher office, announcing that she will not run for the state Assembly in 2016.
Madison Nguyen, San Jose’s former vice-mayor and a current candidate for the 27th Assembly District, published an op-ed Thursday calling for the creation of University of California, San Jose.
Evan Low has been able to cultivate an image as a phenom of the liberal left. But over the last couple years, the 32-year-old assemblyman has taken a more moderate stance on certain issues, to the chagrin of some of his earliest supporters.