A week after Election Day, voter turnout is on track to reach 60 percent while roughly 100,000 ballots remain uncounted.
Councilman Tam Nguyen appears headed to a runoff against his 2014 rival, Maya Esparza, for San Jose’s District 7 council seat.
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.
Van Le says Councilman Tam Nguyen broke the law by using public resources to push his personal political agenda against her.
An ongoing rivalry between two local politicians came to a head earlier this week, prompting accusations of a physical attack.
Council candidate Steve Brown crashed a press conference convened to denounce his views on discrimination against the LGBTQ community.
State Sen. Jim Beall and Assembly hopeful Madison Nguyen won big in their primary races, while San Jose saw two ballot measure victories.
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.