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.
Beckles has claimed the second spot, after a neck-and-neck race with Dan Kalb, who has conceded.
Those votes will determine whether Dan Kalb or Jovanka Beckles will compete against Buffy Wicks in the Assembly District 15 election.
Which properties would become rent-controlled after a repeal, and which would be exempt? Berkeley voters could make the call in November.
Jovanka Beckles is now in second place, as of Saturday evening.
Here's where to find information on more than 20 ballot items before heading to the polls Tuesday.
When the Oakland Councilman makes his pitch to voters in the district, he emphasizes the decade's worth of experience he has working at state level.
The Assembly District 15 candidate wants to change the entire way votes are cast in the Capitol.
Buffy, who favors reforming, but not repealing the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, is not in public office so house parties are an opportunity to introduce herself to voters.
As a candidate focused on how unaffordable housing is for many, Thaman is encouraged to hear more talk about policies that address long-term wealth.
If we're going to tackle tough challenges like housing and homelessness, education and inequity, gun violence, criminal justice reform and climate change, we need Buffy Wicks.