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?
San Jose’s District 4 councilman will face a familiar opponent in his bid for re-election: Lan Diep, who lost by a slim margin in last year’s race.
Something fishy is going on in the D4 Council office. Since Manh Nguyen took over the seat, he’s taken an unusual approach to filling out his staff.
San Jose’s Ethics Commission has launched an investigation into dozens of elected leaders and candidates who flouted local election law.
The sudden realization that most of San Jose’s lawmakers are law breakers is not the best way to end summer vacation. Not that they intended to end up on the wrong side of the law, of course.
Two major political adversaries nearly hooked up last week, threatening to disrupt a rivalry in local politics.
Monday Night Live! ramped up the raunchiness with a skit that left freshman Councilman Raul Peralez drenched and shirtless.
Manh Nguyen finished Election Day with a solid 13.6-point lead over his opponent.
Residents of north San Jose’s Berryessa neighborhood have until 8 tonight to cast their vote for a new City Council member.
An independent evaluator has recommended dismissing complaints against Manh Nguyen, who’s running against Tim Orozco for San Jose’s District 4 council seat.