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Government / Politics

Local politicians report last quarter campaign contributions

A look at income and expenditures for ballot measure committees and candidates running for the San Benito County Board of Supervisors and Hollister City Council.

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Government / Politics

Election 2020: Final results

All votes have now been tallied.

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Government / Politics

Election 2020: Updated Results

New vote tally as of Nov. 10, with approximately 1,060 ballots left to be counted.

Voting station on Nov. 3 at the San Benito County Elections Office. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Government / Politics

Election 2020: Initial Results

There are approximately 3,974 ballots left to be counted.

Poll worker help residents at the San Benito County Elections Office on Nov. 3. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Government / Politics

Civic-minded residents manage SBC polling stations

Four captains bring years of experience in helping others express their votes.

Photo provided by Supervisor Mark Medina.

Commentary

COMMENTARY: First and foremost, we are Americans

Supervisor Mark Medina writes that regardless of what party, candidate, propositions or measures are victorious on Election Day, he will choose to rise above incivility and work together.

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Measure N—recipe for a brighter future

San Benito Citizens for a Brighter Future co-founder Mia Casey writes that the proposed Strada Verde project is a positive step forward for San Benito County.

Photo provided by Kollin Kosmicki.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: This election is a referendum on growth

District 2 Supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki writes that the issue will play a primary role in a multitude of races including mayor, city council, county supervisor and the consideration of Measure N.

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Government / Politics

Election 2020: Campaign contributions for Hollister and San Juan Bautista political races

A look at the numbers for mayor and City Council districts.

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Government / Politics

Election 2020: Campaign finance contributions for SBC Supervisor Districts 2 and 4

Wayne Norton in District 2 race nears $73K with larger donations from unions; Dan Valcazar raises most money in District 4 with over $32K.

Dane Sanchez collects ballots from the Fire Station #2 ballot drop box. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Government / Politics

Aromas resident claims mail-in ballot was tampered with

Lori Bennett notified when SBC Elections Office asked to verify her signature.

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: A vote against Strada Verde

Shirley Trevino outlines six reasons why she will vote no on Measure N.

Sunnyslope County Water District candidates Jim Parker, Jerry Buzzetta and Andres Builes.

Government / Politics

Election 2020: Sunnyslope County Water District

Three candidates compete for two seats on Nov. 3.

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Choosing experience, collaboration and creativity for District 2 Supervisor

Beth Roybal writes in support of candidate Wayne Norton.

BenitoLink Election Outreach 2020

BenitoLink releases standalone election forum videos

In addition to all of the political contests included in the virtual election forum on Oct. 8, new videos are available for the San Benito County Office of Education District 1, Hollister School District Trustee Areas 2 and 4, and San Benito County Health Care District Zones 1 and 5.