The Alameda County Registrar of Voters recently released a map that casts a new light on the recent mayoral race in Oakland, which suggests that the outcome was more complex than a simple winner and...
Oakland Unified School District welcomes three unofficial new school board directors.
Oakland North followed the journey of a ballot on Election Day and the intricacies that take place behind the scenes at the Alameda County Registrar of Voters Office in order for votes to become election...
As election results rolled in after the polls closed last night, advocates for several major policy changes celebrated victories at the state, county and local levels, including a statewide initiative that reduced penalties for certain...
In an elated victory declaration that culminated with her departure inside a rolling, flame-snorting metal snail, the still-unofficial mayor-elect Libby Schaaf was all smiles at a Lake Merritt celebration this afternoon.
As results from Tuesday's election continue to come in, mayoral candidate Libby Schaaf claims an early lead in first choice voting. Additionally, Measures N, Z, BB and FF all receive the necessary votes to pass.
Oakland City Councilmember Libby Schaaf was leading in the early returns in the mayoral race late Tuesday.
When the polls closed tonight, Oakland candidates and their supporters gathered to celebrate the results and their hard work.
In an election expected to have unprecedentedly low turnout in Alameda County, every vote is crucial to those working on “get out the vote” campaigns.
With fifteen mayoral candidates and more than a handful of measures on this year's ballot, Oakland voters make their voices heard.
On election night, Oakland voters will weigh in on Measure CC, a charter reform measure designed to provide the Oakland Public Ethics Commission with increased powers and responsibilities in monitoring City Hall.
Meet Einstein, the only canine candidate running for the mayor’s seat in Tuesday's election.
Oakland North examines the fundraising results -- and the spending -- of the Oakland mayoral candidates.
At a rally in West Oakland, artists and presenters explained why the giant canvases behind them evoked both international struggles for natural resources and California’s ongoing conflicts over water rights.
Proposition 1, a bond measure designed to address California's water issues, is on Tuesday's ballot.
Oakland city councilmember at-large Rebecca Kaplan was the first out lesbian elected to office in Oakland when she joined the city council in 2008. Now, at age 44, she has another goal for change: to...