With two out of three Woodside Town Council seats uncontested in this election, it's great to see three passionate and engaged candidates competing to represent the new District 2. We recommend Brian Dombkowski.October 21, 2022 | No comments yet
Voters have two strong candidates for the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors to choose from this November. We think Ray Mueller is the best equipped to take on the challenges of the board's sprawling and diverse District 3.October 17, 2022 | 3 comments
In most Bay Area cities, an all-affordable teacher housing project is met with excitement. But in Menlo Park, it was met with a ballot measure that stands to hinder its path forward, and that is profoundly disappointing.October 14, 2022 | 18 comments
We believe Betsy Nash, who has shown herself to be an energetic, forthright and engaged member of the City Council, is voters' best choice to represent District 4 in this election.October 10, 2022 | 5 comments
Portola Valley has faced significant challenges in recent years, requiring a Town Council that is both experience and collaborative. We believe Craig Hughes, Judith Hasko and Craig Taylor are the right people for the job.October 7, 2022 | 1 comment
Ballot initiative would fund $110 million in badly needed upgrades to school facilities
May 6, 2022 |
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Next month, voters in the Ravenswood City School District will be asked to tax themselves and entrust the district with $110 million to pay for school upgrades. We believe the measure warrants a "Yes" vote.
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