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May 18, 2024

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Kitchens returns to court in August

The July 16 preliminary hearing for Neil Kitchens, a former Republican candidate for state assembly District 30 accused of five felonies related to voter fraud and forgery, has been delayed until mid-August.

Incumbent Smith holds onto sheriff post

Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith won a sixth consecutive term in office after defeating challenger John Hirokawa in the Nov. 6 election. With 100...

Council poised to approve record-high increases in election spending

GILROY—Following a push by Councilman Perry Woodward, the Gilroy City Council is set to decide next month to change city law and raise the amounts that can be donated to and spend on election campaigns.

County election candidates report increased fundraising

With the deadline to file for candidacy more than two weeks away, some intending to run for Santa Clara County elected offices in the June primary have already reported growing war chests for the upcoming campaign.

Memorial Special District election results

The votes are in, and two incumbents on the Board of Directors for the South Santa Clara County Valley Memorial Special District have been reelected following the Nov. 5 election.

Alejo finding competition for Assembly seat

Despite having been outspent nearly 4-to-1 and now having to face an incumbent who defeated him by 22 percentage points in the 2010 election, Hollister Republican Rob Bernosky is hoping a pro-education, lower regulation message will resonate with voters in the redrawn 30th Assembly District during the fall election.