The death has deeply wounded the community and its leaders insist that young men in Berkeley cease their lethal conflicts immediately.
Jovanka Beckles has a proven track record of progressive success as an elected official, and is the only candidate with ideas bold enough for the current moment.
He has a record of close to 40 years of making parks, creating recreational opportunities, saving wildlife and protecting habitat
It brings a commitment to tenants' rights while the opposing slate is united by a single trait: a personal financial investment in undermining tenant protections
Some of his priorities will be to mitigate Berkeley's fire risk, accelerate evacuation planning and emergency preparedness
Elizabeth Echols, unlike her opponent, has not limited access to fire trails, argued with dog owners over new dog parks, and never opposed new sports fields or kayak launch sites
Requiring Uber and Lyft to make their drivers full-time employees will lead to a reduction in the availability of rideshares
She helped bring 100% renewable electricity to every home and business and wrote first-in-the-world legislation to end the use of throw-away foodware
Ana Vasudeo will be a rockstar board director for many reasons. One key one is her commitment to making sure that students’ trips to and from school are safe, healthy and fun.
She has worked on BHS's African American Studies Committee, the superintendent’s budget advisory committee, and advocated for Longfellow Middle School
As a lawyer for the Office of Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Education, he can bring valuable skills and experiences to the BUSD Board.
He pushed to get cameras installed in San Pablo Park, the scene of a daytime shooting almost two years ago.