As it was in the weeks before the vote on Measure B, in February of this year, Alameda residents have been besieged recently with calls from telephone pollsters. So much so that the City of Alameda saw fit today to issue a press release “clarifying” that the City is not conducting any of the [...]
Roughly 75 people turned out last night at the Auctions by the Bay Theater at Alameda Point, to see thirteen Alameda City Council and Mayoral candidates, who are vying for three seats, participate in a forum sponsored by the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society.
The Alameda Architectural Preservation Society (AAPS) is hosting a Mayoral and City Council candidates forum tomorrow night, Thursday, September 23rd, at the Auctions by the Bay Theater, 2700 Saratoga Street, at Alameda Point. The focus will be on the candidates’ views on preservation issues and the forum starts at 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 [...]
Correction: 11:02 a.m., September 15th, Adam Gillitt wrote to say that the CADC HQ opened August 22nd, not the 29th, as originally reported.
Tonight, the City of Alameda Democratic Club is expected to endorse candidates for Alameda City Council and Mayoral elections. Registered Democrat and Alameda City Council Candidate Adam Gillitt says that he plans [...]
I am deeply offended by the conduct of the City of Alameda Democratic Club.
As a candidate for Alameda City Council this November 2, and the first candidate to register with the City and Secretary of State, I would expect to be included in all candidate forums the same as any other [...]
In a city where candidates for elected office are quick to highlight their hometown roots – or that of their forebears, and their forebears – the rumor mill and letters-to-the editor are percolating with talk of campaign funding from interests outside of Alameda. Alameda City Council Candidate Rob Bonta is currently the leader in campaign [...]