San Jose Inside will scatter across the valley to Election Night parties and see who’s winning, who’s losing and what they’re drinking to cope.
After one of the most contentious, crass and anxiety-inducing presidential contests in the nation’s history, Election Day is upon us.
Litigation over the outcome of San Jose’s D4 council race has prompted the city to consider allowing candidates to raise money for legal defense.
Two months after the June primary election, San Jose Councilman Manh Nguyen has yet to concede the race to challenger Lan Diep.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo joined labor leaders to tout the measure as a fix for the city’s short-staffed police force.