County Central Committee to interview candidates and make a recommendation to Gov. Newsom.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes that the collective voice of labor stresses the need for local jobs to strengthen the middle class.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes about staying focused on attracting local jobs and rebuilding the economy rather than the politics of fear.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes that the county has an opportunity to counter pandemic's economic impacts. (Illustrative of Strada Verde site plan taken from public filing of initiative.)
SBC Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes about proposed development at Betabel.
Wayne Norton writes that a public health emergency requires all county residents to exemplify values of selflessness, generosity, and deep concern for friends and neighbors.
Wayne Norton calls for action on required climate action planning.
"Snark might play well on social media, but it is a poor substitute for leadership," writes District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton proposes an enhanced public voice in decision making.
"I am extremely proud to have earned the support of county firefighters," Norton said.
Water Board member and community activist says he will focus on issues important to local families.
Additions to San Benito County Democratic Central Committee leave three openings as local party reorganizes to promote candidates.
Feb. 10 event to focus on local impact of November midterm election.
Leslie Austin takes helm as party prepares for March 2020 primary.
Community members, civic leaders, businesses as well as local farmers support effort to fix roads, improve safety, and reduce congestion.
Two other smaller earthquakes hit the same area.
Protesters say it’s parents’ right to decide if vaccination is appropriate.
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