The measure, imposing campaign donation limits and changing local elections from at-large to by-district, will be on the 2020 ballot.
In preliminary results, Adele Andrade-Stadler and Katherine Lee have won their races. Ross Maza, running unopposed for the 2nd District, also won.
The ballot measure would set campaign donation limits and limit residents to voting for City Council candidates in their own district.
As a grassroots group tries to bring campaign finance reform to Alhambra, outside committees are spending tens of thousands of dollars on behalf of certain City Council candidates.
Alhambra, Ca. — October 24, 2018 — As we prepare to enter the holiday season, it is also time to recruit volunteers to decorate the City of Alhambra’s Rose Parade float. The City of Alhambra and the Alhambra Chamber of…
Alhambra, CA — October 29, 2018 — The City of Alhambra welcomes its
residents to participate in its annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest for 2018.
Show off your holiday spirit! Alhambra residents are invited to join the contest by
What you need to know about Alhambra's city elections and the state elections and ballot measures.
The City Council will also approve the purchase of compressed natural gas buses for public transit.
Katherine Lee, Andrea Lofthouse-Quesada and Adele Andrade-Stadler engaged in a lively discussion with a USC moderator about some of Alhambra’s most pressing issues.
Read up on what our survey respondents think about housing, traffic, crime and other issues in Alhambra before our Kids and Candidates forum on Thursday, Oct. 11!