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March 30, 2020

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Gonzales closes in on victory in District 5 supervisor race

With nearly 95 percent of votes in supervisor District 5 counted as of March 10, Bea Gonzales was on her way this...

Spencer, Richman defeat censure motion in Hollister City Council

Hollister Mayor Pro Tem Honor Spencer and Councilmember Marty Richman on Tuesday voted against censuring themselves for making threatening and obscene comments...

San Benito elections get official returns

All of the votes in San Benito County have finally been counted following the Nov. 6 election. The County...

Rodriguez wins judge election

Jose “Omar” Rodriguez decisively won the San Benito County Superior Court Judge No. 2 election Nov. 6. He will occupy the judge’s...

Hollister mayor’s race, San Juan council showdown highlight ballot

It’s official: incumbent Mayor Ignacio Velazquez will once again face off against two-time challenger Keith Snow.

Election 2016: Medina set to succeed Barrios in District 1

Mark Medina is set to succeed Margie Barrios as District 1 county supervisor, according to the unofficial results.

Records: Medina raised, spent more than Starritt through latest period

Mark Medina raised and spent more than opponent Mark Starritt through the latest filing period in the race to succeed Margie Barrios as District 1 county supervisor, records show.

Tax watchdog bemoans government PR use before elections

A consultant hired by city and county to provide outreach on public services during a push for three separate sales tax increases contended her group does not take part in election advocacy. But the president of a taxpayer watchdog organization bemoaned the activity as “fraught with controversy.”

Board candidate’s loans lead to big fundraising lead

Mark Medina had more than twice as much money in his campaign war chest than competitor Mark Starritt through the most recent filing period, but only because one candidate donated a lot more of his own money than the other, according to records.

Three ed board incumbents tout 90 total years of experience

There won’t be much competition for seats on the San Benito County Office of Education this June, as the only seats up for re-election will be filled by three incumbents.