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The League of Women Voters, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Gray Panthers all have public forums coming up where candidates will discuss issues facing Berkeley.
Policy positions are not the only criteria on which someone should be elected. Personal attributes such as humility, open-mindedness, and a respect for facts are also important.
Beckles says she is part of a national movement to return government to serving the needs of real people.
A Berkeley City Council proposal to put a police oversight charter amendment on the November ballot has run out of time to be considered this fall.
Twelve of the 14 candidates for City Council are using public matching funds.
The City Council approved a November ballot measure determining how Berkeley will respond if Costa Hawkins is repealed.
While the two candidates for District 15 share some policy positions, they diverge when it comes to one of the most polarizing issues.
Rather than constructively tackling our community's issues, Beckles has focused on ideas that can delve into conspiracy theory. She delivers venomous personal attacks and lies.
The latest from the 2018 campaign trail.
The long-time councilman made a playful announcement Thursday.
Berkeley voters are set to have a chance in November to consider a $135 million bond measure officials hope will create more affordable housing in the city to fight displacement.
The mayor's campaign manager paid for expenses with her personal credit card but did not get reimbursed quickly enough so the payments became illegal donations.