The city of Berkeley gave candidates and ballot measure committees a Friday deadline for removing all signs from city medians unless they want to divert money from the Parks Tax to pay for sign removal.
If you’re a Berkeley voter, we’d like to know your status as of Friday, Oct. 19. Take this quick poll and we’ll report back on what we learn.
Berkeleyside has redesigned our popular election hub to make it much easier to find info on the Berkeley races and issues that interest you as Election Day nears.
During the November 2018 election season, Berkeleyside will publish only three opinion pieces on each side of a measure and two supporting or opposing a candidate.
Get colorful tidbits from the campaign trail and communicate directly with Berkeleyside reporters to get answers to your election questions.
For your Berkeley election news, stay right here as Berkeleyside will have all the information you need.
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.