Harrison beat Ben Gould, a UC Berkeley graduate student, by capturing 62% of the vote.
Harrison, backed by Mayor Jesse Arreguín, is highly favored to take the vacant District 4 council seat.
If you live in downtown Berkeley, and you've been waiting to cast your mail-in ballot, Tuesday, March 7, is the day.
Unlike what has been said about my policies, they will make Berkeley more affordable, more inclusionary, and preserve Berkeley’s unique character at a lower cost to our community.
Berkeley voters can’t trust City Council candidate Kate Harrison to deliver affordable housing because her approach is woefully unrealistic and ultimately hostile to new housing
Just two more weeks until the deadline for voters hoping to cast a ballot in the race for the new downtown Berkeley City Council rep.
Kate Harrison is a nuts-and-bolts kind of woman and she knows how to focus on getting the best bang for the buck.
Ben Gould is the only candidate who supports housing production for middle and upper-income residents.
Ben Gould, who is running for City Council representing District 4, will make sure that Berkeley sets itself on a course to becoming a truly inclusive community.
Both District 4 Berkeley council hopefuls answer eight questions, posed by the Downtown Berkeley Association, about the future of the downtown.
Ben Gould is running for a spot on the Berkeley City Council. Learn more about him here.
Early voting began Monday, Feb. 6, for downtown Berkeley residents who want a say in who will represent them on the City Council. See how the candidates compare.
Tom Dalzell thinks Kate Harrison would preserve the distinctive character of Berkeley.