Meet Terry Taplin, one of four District 2 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
With his lifelong commitment to racial equity, economic, environmental, and gender equality, he is the kind of homegrown leader West Berkeley needs
On Election Day, West Berkeley residents in District 2 will have to decide whether they are happy with Cheryl Davila’s leadership or would prefer a new council member at the helm.
Meet your District 2 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
Those participating in the city’s public financing program can only get $50 from any donor, but Berkeley matches that six-to-one, or $300 per donor.
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.
She has worked with Black residents to develop anti-violence programs and has called for true restructuring and defunding of the Berkeley Police Department.
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. We’ll post recordings here as they become available.
Campaign finance reports show 2020 races for mayor, City Council and more are heating up. Plus, there are three school measures on the March primary ballot.
A shooting in West Berkeley on Thursday night left a man wounded but expected to survive, authorities report.
Asian Americans make up 20% of the city, but you would never know it if you saw the names on our streets, parks and schools. The renaming of a tiny downtown street presents the opportunity to start to change that.