Meet Dominique Walker, one of 12 Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
Meet the 12 Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
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
The slate definitely took four seats and is poised to win the fifth.
There are 12 seats at play, including the mayor’s office, four City Council positions, two School Board positions and five on the Rent Stabilization Board.
There is a full slate of five property owner-oriented candidates running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board — and real estate interests are backing them big time.
We’re keeping track of forums featuring candidates and issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. Watch the recordings here once the events are over.
On Thursday, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and housing advocates announced what they described as a “first in the state housing policy” called the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act. Watch live video here.
The Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act has not even reached the City Council, but it’s already generating plenty of controversy, and support.
Meet Xavier Johnson, one of 12 Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.