California’s long-awaited primary comes Tuesday, which means it’s down to the wire for a number of hotly contested South Bay races.
Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?
The deadline to jump in the San Jose mayor’s race closed Friday with no realistic challengers for Sam Liccardo.
Mayor Sam Liccardo beat his own record for the opening campaign fundraising period of his 2018 re-election bid.
Anti-homeless sentiment in south San Jose has led to a new organization and recall campaign to unseat Councilman Sergio Jimenez.
BAYMEC, one of the South Bay’s leading LGBT organizations, is trying to recover after losing more than half its board of directors this past year.
Councilman-elect Sergio Jimenez, who represents the Edenvale-Santa Teresa neighborhoods, starts his new job a month early and without pay.
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.