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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Elected in 2008 as the youngest person and first Latino to win a seat on Berkeley City Council, Jesse Arreguin, 32, positions himself as a leader for the next generation.
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Elected in 2008 as the youngest person and first Latino to win a seat on Berkeley City Council, Jesse Arreguin, 32, positions himself as a leader for the next generation.
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After 12 years as District 5 City Council member, Laurie Capitelli is now throwing his hat into the race for mayor.
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After 12 years as District 5 City Council member, Laurie Capitelli is now throwing his hat into the race for mayor.
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Zachary RunningWolf has campaigned for Berkeley mayor from a jail cell. Twice.
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Zachary RunningWolf has campaigned for Berkeley mayor from a jail cell. Twice.
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Any conversation with Bernt Wahl eventually returns to the mathematical concept of fractals.
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Any conversation with Bernt Wahl eventually returns to the mathematical concept of fractals.
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Naomi D. Pete, age 75 and a retired senior citizen, is hoping to restore the city to how she remembered it when she moved to the Bay Area at the age of 3 if she is elected as Berkeley’s next mayor.
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Naomi D. Pete, age 75 and a retired senior citizen, is hoping to restore the city to how she remembered it when she moved to the Bay Area at the age of 3 if she is elected as Berkeley’s next mayor.
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Guy “Mike” Lee is asking residents to vote for him this November — “Old bum for mayor.”
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Guy “Mike” Lee is asking residents to vote for him this November — “Old bum for mayor.”
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If elected, Gould would be the first student to win a major city position since then-UC Berkeley graduate student Nancy Skinner was elected to the council in 1984.
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If elected, Gould would be the first student to win a major city position since then-UC Berkeley graduate student Nancy Skinner was elected to the council in 1984.
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Kriss Worthington didn’t move to Berkeley. He was dragged there. Now, he’s running to be the city’s mayor.
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Kriss Worthington didn’t move to Berkeley. He was dragged there. Now, he’s running to be the city’s mayor.
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