Letter: Retired Antioch Cop Says “Yes” on Measure W

The following letter was submitted by Tom Fuhrmann,  Antioch resident & retired from the Antioch Police Department who is advocating for the support of...

Letter: John Fink Thanks Brentwood Supporters, Asks for Your Vote

As we approach the eve of the 2018 mid-term elections, I wanted to take a minute and reach out to the Citizens of Brentwood...

Letter: Antioch POA Says “Yes” to Measure W, Support Ogorchock, Tiscareno, Rocha, Lewis

The following Letter to the Editor was submitted by Antioch Police Officer Association President Steve Aiello:   Antioch Citizen’s. My name is Steve Aiello and I am...

Early Voting Starts Today in Contra Costa County

The voter registration deadline has passed, but you can still register and vote in one transaction beginning today. Several convenient locations will be available...

Letter: Antioch Mayor Encourages “Yes” Vote on Measure W

The following Letter was submitted by Antioch Mayor Sean Wright regarding Measure W As a business owner and former CEO of the Antioch Chamber of...

McClelland Re-enters Antioch City Council Race After Suspending Campaign

The following letter was from Antioch City Council Candidate Rodney McClelland who announced after suspending his campaign, he is back in the race. My name...

Q&A With Brentwood City Council Candidates

The following are a series of 9 questions to the Brentwood City Council candidates on a variety of questions including affordable housing, cannabis, jobs,...

Contra Costa County Seeks Poll Workers

The Contra Costa Elections Division is looking for residents to be poll workers on Election Day, November 6th. Being a poll worker provides a unique...

Editorial: Antioch Residents Should Support Measure W, Focus on Council Candidates

This fall, Antioch residents are tasked with the question of whether or not they want to support a measure that would increase revenue to...

Antioch Chamber of Commerce Endorses Measure W

The following endorsement was sent out by the Antioch Chamber of Commerce regarding Measure W in the City of Antioch. As a business owner in...

Q&A With Antioch City Council Candidates

The following are a series of questions we asked all Antioch City Council Candidates in this years election. Of the six candidates on the...

County Elections Launch “Check Your Voter Registration Status” Campaign

On Thursday, the Contra Costa County Elections Office launched an awareness campaign urging all registered voters to "Check your Voter Registration Status" before the...

Video by Contra Costa Television: Election Interviews

The following election preview was provided by Contra Costa Television who has video taped several candidate interviews over the past several weeks which are...

Annette Lewis Announces Run for Contra Costa County Office of Education

Annette Lewis of Oakley is running for The Contra Costa County Office of Education – Area 5, encompassing Bethel Island, Clyde, Knightsen, Oakley, and...

Antioch Management and Unions Offer Candidate Endorsement in School Board Race

The following was submitted by the Antioch Education Association Antioch Unified’s two unions, Antioch Education Association, and the California School Employees Association, along with the...

Meuser: Finding Fraudulent Voter Registrations in California

For the last 11 months, I have been applying to and interviewing with the voters of the State of California for the job of...

Andy Li Announces Run for Community College District, Highlights Endorsements

Andy Li of San Ramon, CA is running for the Contra Costa Community College District Governing Board, Ward 4 encompassing: the San Ramon Valley;...

Antioch City Council Candidate Drops Out of Race

On Sunday, Rodney McClelland announced he was suspending his campaign for Antioch City Council and was dropping out of the race. McClelland, who was supported...

Contra Costa County Library to Host and Stream Four Local Candidate Forums

This fall, the Contra Costa County Library will host four candidate forums at libraries around the county. Voters attending the forums can hear directly...

New Ballot Format Aims to Make Voting Easier for Contra Costa Residents

Starting this fall, Contra Costa voters will notice that their ballot is letter-sized, the same paper size that they use daily.   The Contra Costa Elections...