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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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The League of Women Voters for Berkeley, Albany and Emeryville hosted a panel Thursday with local representatives to discuss public safety and gun violence.
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The League of Women Voters for Berkeley, Albany and Emeryville hosted a panel Thursday with local representatives to discuss public safety and gun violence.
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Berkeley residents voted on eight city measures on their November ballots, with Measures FF, GG, II, JJ, KK, LL and MM passing, as of press time, while Measure HH appears to have failed to secure enough votes to pass.
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Berkeley residents voted on eight city measures on their November ballots, with Measures FF, GG, II, JJ, KK, LL and MM passing, as of press time, while Measure HH appears to have failed to secure enough votes to pass.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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Though similar attacks are likely familiar to any Democratic candidate running in a Republican district, I asked Buccini if the “outsider” stamp might not be particularly charged: can a UC Berkeley student run in the South without the campus albatross around his neck?
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Though similar attacks are likely familiar to any Democratic candidate running in a Republican district, I asked Buccini if the “outsider” stamp might not be particularly charged: can a UC Berkeley student run in the South without the campus albatross around his neck?
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Candidates running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board in the upcoming November elections gathered at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters to answer prewritten and audience questions about affordable housing and landlord-tenant relations Wednesday evening.
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Candidates running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board in the upcoming November elections gathered at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters to answer prewritten and audience questions about affordable housing and landlord-tenant relations Wednesday evening.
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Five candidates campaigning for the BUSD election in November — Ka’Dijah Brown, Julie Sinai, Ty Alper, Abdur Sikder and Norma Harrison — took turns giving one-minute responses to audience questions.
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Five candidates campaigning for the BUSD election in November — Ka’Dijah Brown, Julie Sinai, Ty Alper, Abdur Sikder and Norma Harrison — took turns giving one-minute responses to audience questions.
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The forum, held at Berkeley City College was organized by League of Women Voters, or LWV, and Berkeley NAACP. LWV president Adena Ishii hosted the forum, and four candidates of District 1 –– Mary Behm-Steinberg, Rashi Kesarwani, Igor Tregub and Margo Schueler.
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The forum, held at Berkeley City College was organized by League of Women Voters, or LWV, and Berkeley NAACP. LWV president Adena Ishii hosted the forum, and four candidates of District 1 –– Mary Behm-Steinberg, Rashi Kesarwani, Igor Tregub and Margo Schueler.
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A local chapter of the League of Women Voters, or LWV, hosted Mayor Jesse Arreguin of Berkeley, Vice-Mayor Nick Pilch of Albany, and Mayor Scott Donahue of Emeryville as part of a discussion panel on local housing issues.
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A local chapter of the League of Women Voters, or LWV, hosted Mayor Jesse Arreguin of Berkeley, Vice-Mayor Nick Pilch of Albany, and Mayor Scott Donahue of Emeryville as part of a discussion panel on local housing issues.
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The upcoming November ballot will feature a measure that would implement a public financing system for Berkeley city elections and could potentially diversify the pool of candidates in future elections.
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The upcoming November ballot will feature a measure that would implement a public financing system for Berkeley city elections and could potentially diversify the pool of candidates in future elections.
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Six of the nine Berkeley mayoral candidates attended a forum Thursday night at Berkeley City College to discuss, among other issues, Berkeley’s housing crisis.
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Six of the nine Berkeley mayoral candidates attended a forum Thursday night at Berkeley City College to discuss, among other issues, Berkeley’s housing crisis.
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