Articles Tagged With ‘Elections’

San Luis Obispo Mayor Erica Stewart announces run for reelection

By JOSH FRIEDMAN San Luis Obispo Mayor Erica Stewart has announced she is running for reelection. The incumbent mayor will officially launch her campaign with an event in late May on the City Hall steps. Stewart has served as mayor... (Continue reading)

Moreno further expands lead in SLO County District 5 supervisor race

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Atascadero Mayor Heather Moreno further expanded her lead Friday in the race for the San Luis Obispo County District 5 supervisor seat. As of Friday, Moreno leads Atascadero Councilwoman Susan Funk by 1,267 votes, 54.79% to 45.21%. ... (Continue reading)

SLO County closes polling locations in Los Osos, Oceano

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder’s Office announced ahead of Tuesday’s election that it is closing polling locations in Los Osos and Oceano because of a shortage of precinct workers.  Precinct 213 was going to be located... (Continue reading)

Newsom present, Trump absent at California GOP presidential debate

By JOSH FRIEDMAN SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom is neither a Republican nor a current presidential candidate, yet the Golden State governor captured as much attention on Wednesday as any of the GOP White House hopefuls who... (Continue reading)

Republican presidential candidates to debate in California

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Seven Republican presidential candidates will debate Wednesday evening in Simi Valley, while frontrunner and former President Donald Trump will be absent from the event taking place at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Candidates Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis,... (Continue reading)

California city considering letting illegal immigrants vote in local elections

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The Santa Ana City Council is considering putting a measure on the ballot that would allow illegal immigrants to vote in municipal elections. [KTLA] On Tuesday night, Santa Ana council members heard public comment on the matter... (Continue reading)

SLO County clerk-recorder sues woman who requested District 2 recount

By JOSH FRIEDMAN San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder Elaina Cano is suing the North County woman who requested a recount of the District 2 supervisorial race that concluded with Supervisor Bruce Gibson narrowly winning reelection. [KSBY] Cano alleges Darcia Stebbens... (Continue reading)

Candidates emerge in SLO County 2024 supervisor races

By KAREN VELIE With the primary election less than a year away, five candidates have emerged as contenders for seats on the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Most of the campaign announcements were made after the county voted... (Continue reading)

District 3 race flips, Adam Hill surges ahead

By CCT STAFF In the first vote count following Tuesday’s election, incumbent District 3 County Supervisor Adam Hill surged ahead of his opponent, rising from more than 2 percent behind challenger Stacy Korsgaden to in the lead by more than... (Continue reading)

The biggest winner is…

A Super Tuesday edition of the San Luis Obispo County primary election is wrapping up, and it’s time to unveil results. Will the SLO County Board of Supervisors flip? What about the District 3 race? How will the voters respond... (Continue reading)