byStaff ReportsinStaff Blog
The debate, at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 23, will be broadcast live on Facebook and Twitter, with four curated videos of the discussion of each amendment to be posted on all social channels—including Instagram—following the forum.
Three races remain undecided though, with Council Districts Five and Seven facing runoffs and the only contested seat on the Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education also hosting a runoff on the June 5 ballot.
byJason Ruiz, Stephanie Rivera and Asia Morris inPolitics
Half of the Long Beach City Council seats up for grabs Tuesday night were decided early in the evening as Vice Mayor Rex Richardson and Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price easily retained their seats, however, their colleagues in the...
Garcia’s vote total of just over 26,500 votes made up nearly 80 percent of ballots counted as of Wednesday morning, the second largest victory margin of the night for incumbents.
byJason Ruiz and Stephanie Rivera inPolitics
Mayoral candidate Henk Conn claims that he was approached by two people earlier this year attempting to dissuade him from filing paperwork to run for office.
byJason RuizinNews, Politics
This election cycle has seen about $1 million raised for Long Beach candidates, not including Long Beach Unified School District and Long Beach Community College District governing board positions. Those numbers are based off of forms filed with the...
There are a lot of questions to be answered for voters as Long Beach election season heads into its final month, especially for those who live in districts that have multiple candidates running, some with vastly different platforms than...
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