Rigel Robinson, Aidan Hill and Ces Rosales all aim to represent the “student supermajority” District 7.
Southside council hopefuls on student safety, rising crime, race and equity
Election Day is four weeks away, but early voting has already begun in Alameda County. If you live in Southside Berkeley, do you know who’s running to represent you?
Election 2018 Berkeley: District 7 candidates answer Berkeleyside questions
Meet your District 7 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2018 election.
Election 2018: Who is Ces Rosales?
Meet Ces Rosales, one of three District 7 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2018 election.
Election 2018: Who is Aidan Hill?
Meet Aidan Hill, one of three District 7 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2018 election.
Election 2018: Who is Rigel Robinson?
Meet Rigel Robinson, one of three District 7 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2018 election.
After 22 years, Kriss Worthington will not seek re-election to Berkeley City Council
The long-time councilman made a playful announcement Thursday.
Berkeley elections: Kriss Worthington retains District 7; nail-biting race continues in District 8
Kriss Worthington: retained his seat on the Berkeley City Council for District 7 Election day may be nearly a week behind us, but votes are still being counted and the results of some Berkeley races are still being determined, including District 8 where Lori Droste is currently very narrowly ahead for that council seat. Absentee ballots are still being processed and will likely […]
Berkeley councilman says city mishandled legal fees in Measure S redistricting lawsuit; city disagrees
Above, the contested Berkeley Student District Campaign map, which was approved by council in December. Above, the contested Berkeley Student District Campaign map, which was approved by council in December. Less than a week before Berkeley voters will decide whether to adopt new council district boundaries, a local official has criticized the city for how it handled legal fees for a lawsuit over […]
Berkeley ballot snafu, more money in for 2014 election
Alameda County officials are mailing out postcards to alert voters that the date of the election printed on many mail-in ballots is wrong. It reads Nov. 5, 2014, when it should read Nov. 4, 2014. Photo: KQED The Alameda County Registrar of Voters has sent out 27,000 postcards to Berkeley voters informing them that the […]
Berkeley native seeks to be youngest council member
Sean Barry is running for the District 7 city council seat, He is looking to succeed Kriss Worthington. Photo courtesy of Sean Barry Berkeley native Sean Barry has filed to run for the District 7 City Council seat in November, likely challenging 18-year incumbent Kriss Worthington. At 27, Barry, an alum of UC Berkeley and […]
Will poetry be the key to voters’ hearts?
Kriss Worthington For his fifth bid for a seat on the Berkeley City Council, Kriss Worthington decided to try something unusual: communicate his message with a poem. Instead of submitting prose for his candidate’s ballot statement, Worthington turned in a poem. “I only have 200 words. What can you really say with 200 words? I […]