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Gilroy, CA
Sunday, May 19, 2019
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 percent of the votes counted, Smith obtained 147,319 ballots,...
Gilroy residents could be seeing campaign signs lingering across the city well past the Nov. 6 election. The City of Gilroy Email Express this week included a reminder to residents and candidates about recent...
With only a few weeks until Election Day Nov. 6, the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters’ Office is facing a critical shortage of volunteers to serve at the 849 polling places throughout the county, according to...
With nearly 438,000 children living in Santa Clara County, it is important elected officials and voters understand how funding and policy decisions impact children’s lives, according to an Oct. 11 announcement from the County Office of Education.
The Dispatch sent three questions to all of the local candidates for the Gavilan College Board of Trustees in contested races for the Nov. 6 election. Answers were limited to 50 words each question.
In an otherwise cordial candidate forum, hosted Oct. 8 at Ann Sobrato High School in Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County Board Incumbent Claudia Rossi went on the offensive—questioning the character and judgment of Gino Borgioli, her lone...
The Nov. 6 election is just a month away, and Gilroy residents will be voting for four City Council members. Three council members will be elected to a four-year seat, and one will be elected to a...
Gilroy residents will be voting on two Santa Clara County measures on the Nov. 6 ballot. Measure A, which would continue a one-eighth cent sales tax in Santa Clara County and Measure X, a bond for Gavilan...
For a contest marked by so much scandal and mudslinging leading up to the June primary, the Santa Clara County sheriff’s race seemed oddly quiet lately. But Sheriff Laurie Smith’s challenger, retired Department of Corrections chief John...
In response to growing concerns about speeding and other traffic dangers in neighborhoods, the Gilroy City Council heard a plan for a new Neighborhood Traffic Management program Aug. 27. The plan had originally been...