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...

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...

Diane Becton to be District Attorney After Paul Graves Concedes

On Thursday, Paul Graves issued a statement saying he has called District Attorney Diana Becton and congratulated her on the election while conceding.An update...

Wolfgang Croskey Announces Pittsburg City Council Run

Pittsburg, CA – As a lifelong City of Pittsburg resident, business owner and former Planning Commissioner, Wolfgang Croskey is pleased to announce that he...

With 71.73% Support, Contra Costa Marijuana Tax Passes

On Tuesday, voters of Contra Costa County approved Measure R which will now tax marijuana businesses similar to those dealing with alcohol and tobacco.It...

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...

Brentwood Police Officers’ Association Endorses Joel Bryant and Olga Vidriales for City Council

Brentwood, CA - The Brentwood Police Officers’ Association (BPOA) is announcing its endorsement and support of two of the candidates running for the two...

June Election: Who Has Pulled Papers in Contra Costa County

The June 5, 2018 Primary Election is in full swing as the deadline to file nomination papers is Friday March 9.If an incumbent elected...

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...

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,...

Dave Miller Announces Run for State Assembly Against Jim Frazier For Second Time

Republican Candidate Dave Miller announced Friday that he intends to run against Assemblyman Jim Frazier for a second time.Miller, who in 2016, received only...

President Trump Endorses John Cox for Governor

California -- President Donald J. Trump endorsed Republican John Cox for Governor today via twitter."California finally deserves a great Governor, one who understands borders, crime...

Colin Coffey Officially Files for East Bay Park District Director

HERCULES – East Bay Regional Park District Director Colin Coffey, who was appointed to the Board in February 2017, announced his candidacy for election...

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...

Updated: June 5 Primary Election Results

Here is a list of election results for the June 5, 2018 California Primary. This is the first release of results and will update...

2018 City Council Races Begin to Become Clear

With just a few days to go until the filing deadline, local city council races are beginning to take shape as the filing deadline...

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;...

Paul Graves Campaign Speaks Out Against George Soros Trying to Buy Contra Costa District...

Paul Graves’ campaign for Contra Costa District Attorney released the following statements in response to reports and campaign filings (1, 2) that show massive...

Graves: Death Penalty Should Apply to Cop Killers

The following was submitted by Paul Graves, candidate for Contra Costa County District Attorney:At a recent forum, a candidate for District Attorney stated that there should...

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Race Still too Close to Call

As of Monday, at 5:46 pm, Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) took the lead over Marshall Tuck to see who will become the next State Superintendent...