The City Council approved a November ballot measure determining how Berkeley will respond if Costa Hawkins is repealed.
How Assembly candidates Jovanka Beckles and Buffy Wicks differ on housing issues
While the two candidates for District 15 share some policy positions, they diverge when it comes to one of the most polarizing issues.
Opinion: By supporting Jill Stein, Jovanka Beckles failed the test of judgment
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.
Campaign notebook: business taxes, anti-Semitism allegations, announcements
The latest from the 2018 campaign trail.
After 22 years, Kriss Worthington will not seek re-election to Berkeley City Council
The long-time councilman made a playful announcement Thursday.
Berkeley to put $135M affordable housing bond on November ballot
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.
Opinion: Breastfeeding on the campaign trail
Having my daughter saved me emotionally from the deep despair of the election results. And it inspired me to run for office.
Jovanka Beckles will join Buffy Wicks on November ballot for AD15
Beckles has claimed the second spot, after a neck-and-neck race with Dan Kalb, who has conceded.
Around 100,000 ballots still uncounted in Alameda and Contra Costa counties
Those votes will determine whether Dan Kalb or Jovanka Beckles will compete against Buffy Wicks in the Assembly District 15 election.
Berkeley prepares for potential repeal of Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act
Which properties would become rent-controlled after a repeal, and which would be exempt? Berkeley voters could make the call in November.
Update: Kalb and Beckles continue to battle for second in AD15 primary race
Jovanka Beckles is now in second place, as of Saturday evening.
Relatively small crowd at Decision America rally where Franklin Graham says ‘God has not forsaken Berkeley’
The controversial preacher said he came to Berkeley because his staff urged him not to, saying progressives wouldn’t listen to him. People did show up, but not in great numbers.