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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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Both incumbents up for election, Darryl Moore and Susan Wengraf, held out in Tuesday night’s city council elections for Districts 2 and 6, while newcomers Ben Bartlett and Sophie Hahn will take over in Districts 3 and 5.
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Both incumbents up for election, Darryl Moore and Susan Wengraf, held out in Tuesday night’s city council elections for Districts 2 and 6, while newcomers Ben Bartlett and Sophie Hahn will take over in Districts 3 and 5.
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Sleepless nights, door-to-door canvassing and relentless phone banking are common themes for Berkeley’s mayoral and City Council candidates as they vie for residents’ votes in the election season’s last days.
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Sleepless nights, door-to-door canvassing and relentless phone banking are common themes for Berkeley’s mayoral and City Council candidates as they vie for residents’ votes in the election season’s last days.
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A political action committee backed by three unions has raised $24,000 this year for eight candidates in the upcoming Berkeley elections, according to an expenditure report filed Thursday.
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A political action committee backed by three unions has raised $24,000 this year for eight candidates in the upcoming Berkeley elections, according to an expenditure report filed Thursday.
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Nestled in the northeast hills of the city, District 6 finds itself in a time of potential transition as its City Council member seat is up for reelection — first-time candidates Isabelle Gaston and Fred Dodsworth are currently in the running against incumbent Susan Wengraf.
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Nestled in the northeast hills of the city, District 6 finds itself in a time of potential transition as its City Council member seat is up for reelection — first-time candidates Isabelle Gaston and Fred Dodsworth are currently in the running against incumbent Susan Wengraf.
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With the mayoral seat and positions in City Council and other local government organizations up for election this November, the Berkeley Democratic Caucus met Oct. 5 to endorse candidates and hold its first membership meeting.
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With the mayoral seat and positions in City Council and other local government organizations up for election this November, the Berkeley Democratic Caucus met Oct. 5 to endorse candidates and hold its first membership meeting.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously agreed to hold a public hearing to discuss the first phase of a pilot program that will add a two-lane bikeway and a transit-only lane to sections of Bancroft Way at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously agreed to hold a public hearing to discuss the first phase of a pilot program that will add a two-lane bikeway and a transit-only lane to sections of Bancroft Way at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council candidates for the Districts 5 and 6 seats congregated in a packed television studio in Downtown Berkeley to address city issues such as public safety and homelessness at a forum Monday night.
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Berkeley City Council candidates for the Districts 5 and 6 seats congregated in a packed television studio in Downtown Berkeley to address city issues such as public safety and homelessness at a forum Monday night.
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At a meeting held Saturday, progressive voters united to endorse candidates for the upcoming mayoral and city elections, and Councilmember Kriss Worthington announced his intent to run for mayor.
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At a meeting held Saturday, progressive voters united to endorse candidates for the upcoming mayoral and city elections, and Councilmember Kriss Worthington announced his intent to run for mayor.
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Despite confusion regarding the city agenda, Berkeley City Council approved allocating $15,000 to Youth Spirit Artworks — a job training program for homeless and low-income youth — to fund its winter warming center and regular operations at a meeting Tuesday.
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Despite confusion regarding the city agenda, Berkeley City Council approved allocating $15,000 to Youth Spirit Artworks — a job training program for homeless and low-income youth — to fund its winter warming center and regular operations at a meeting Tuesday.
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