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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín has been granted a temporary restraining order by Alameda County Superior Court Tuesday against community member and former mayoral candidate Zachary RunningWolf over alleged in-person and online death threats.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín has been granted a temporary restraining order by Alameda County Superior Court Tuesday against community member and former mayoral candidate Zachary RunningWolf over alleged in-person and online death threats.
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The city of Berkeley has a long-standing reputation of being a hub for activism, but few protests compare to the 21-month marathon of nearly a decade ago.
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The city of Berkeley has a long-standing reputation of being a hub for activism, but few protests compare to the 21-month marathon of nearly a decade ago.
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Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission postponed its discussion of Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s 18 alleged violations of election law at its meeting Thursday.
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Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission postponed its discussion of Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s 18 alleged violations of election law at its meeting Thursday.
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A year ago, eight people campaigned for the mayorship of Berkeley, held for 14 years by Tom Bates.
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A year ago, eight people campaigned for the mayorship of Berkeley, held for 14 years by Tom Bates.
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The victory for Arreguin, who earned the major endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders and was a frontrunner in the mayoral race, marks a triumph for his youth-driven grassroots campaign which advocated for strong progressive policies.
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The victory for Arreguin, who earned the major endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders and was a frontrunner in the mayoral race, marks a triumph for his youth-driven grassroots campaign which advocated for strong progressive policies.
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On Wednesday, the Berkeley Neighborhoods Council, or BNC, held the last mayoral forum before Election Day, where three out of the eight mayoral candidates fielded questions on how to preserve Berkeley’s culture and promote growth in the city.
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On Wednesday, the Berkeley Neighborhoods Council, or BNC, held the last mayoral forum before Election Day, where three out of the eight mayoral candidates fielded questions on how to preserve Berkeley’s culture and promote growth in the city.
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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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With Election Day arriving in fewer than two weeks, The Daily Californian fact-checked some of the more significant assertions made by Berkeley mayoral candidates at a forum held Oct. 18. In case you missed it, you can also watch our video of the forum.
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With Election Day arriving in fewer than two weeks, The Daily Californian fact-checked some of the more significant assertions made by Berkeley mayoral candidates at a forum held Oct. 18. In case you missed it, you can also watch our video of the forum.
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Six of Berkeley’s eight mayoral candidates appeared at a forum hosted by The Daily Californian, ASUC, Graduate Assembly and Berkeley Forum on Monday night, answering a series of questions from moderators and the public primarily targeted toward student issues.
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Six of Berkeley’s eight mayoral candidates appeared at a forum hosted by The Daily Californian, ASUC, Graduate Assembly and Berkeley Forum on Monday night, answering a series of questions from moderators and the public primarily targeted toward student issues.
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After being held at Santa Rita Jail for 30 days — the last 13 of which were spent on a hunger strike — Berkeley mayoral candidate Zachary RunningWolf has been released, free to participate in his first mayoral forum of the election season Monday night.
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After being held at Santa Rita Jail for 30 days — the last 13 of which were spent on a hunger strike — Berkeley mayoral candidate Zachary RunningWolf has been released, free to participate in his first mayoral forum of the election season Monday night.
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