We have broken so many climate-related records in 2020 that it's hard to keep track. We must pass Measure HH, Berkeley’s Climate Equity Action Fund.
With his lifelong commitment to racial equity, economic, environmental, and gender equality, he is the kind of homegrown leader West Berkeley needs
The measure of a society is in how it treats its poor and most vulnerable. The current mayor is callous and indifferent while Hill is committed to serving the people.
Imagine the worst-case scenario. Next fall, fires engulf the Berkeley Hills — displacing thousands — but Berkeley's new mayor can't help because he is on trial in Utah.
Hsiung is a talented organizer with an uncanny ability to build community, to develop in people the confidence to engage in actions they never imagined themselves capable of
If Echols wins, we can expect solutions that respect the diversity of park users and their interests and more efforts to build trust and forge compromises among those who love them
He is an anti-access activist whose election to the board of directors would be a disservice to the popular, well-run park district.
Restoring affirmative action is a much-needed solution to the barriers that have harmed and limited the potential of women and people of color
It will close the loophole that allows corporations to avoid paying their fair share of taxes.
She is the best qualified, based on her years of demonstrated commitment to the Berkeley community and her decade-plus policy work on city policy commissions
He is the only candidate with the right mix of fresh ideas and experience to make transportation reliable, efficient, and safe for today and tomorrow.
Measure II, and the new Police Accountability Board it will establish, are central to the full realization of the Police Review Commission's role.