Prep for the Polls
The Weekly's in-depth coverage for the Nov. 2 election.
Monday, October 11, 2010
The Weekly editorial board's done your ballot homework for you.
Our news team offers the lowdown on upcoming races and ballot propositions.
- Marina City Council and Mayor: City Council race brings a few new faces to the same old fight.
- Marina Election 2010: The candidates respond to the Weekly's questions.
- Measure P: Bond initiative pits school supporters against anti-tax activists.
- Pacific Grove City Council and Mayor: Low-drama race means P.G. mayor and incumbent council are likely to stay put.
- Stumping in the Grove: P.G. campaign finance statements turn up some surprises.
- Seaside City Council and Mayor: Challengers say it’s time for fresh faces at City Hall.
- Seaside Election 2010: The candidates respond to the Weekly's questions.
- Felix's Funds: Bachofner leads Rubio in fundraising.
- Salinas Mayor: Incumbent Salinas mayor seems a shoo-in for another term.
- Salinas City Council: Council races contested by group of challengers.
- Ka-ching! Follow the money in the Salinas mayoral and council races.
- Sheriff candidate Mike Kanalakis: The sheriff's critics are up in arms, but he's running for re-election anyway.
- Sheriff candidate Scott Miller: The sheriff's challenger is more heart than hardass.
- State Senate candidate Anna Caballero: Salinas assemblywoman woos the center in her bid for a promotion.
- Lt. Governor candidate Abel Maldonado: Local pol is playing the angles in his long-shot race to be elected lieutenant governor.
- Props. 21 and 22: Local heavyweights turn out to stump for parks, local fund protection initiatives.
- Proposition 23: Much of California’s climate-change strategy can survive Big Oil’s ballot attack – sort of.