Measure G was left off of the ballot for some. Discussions on how to move forward are ongoing between the city, district and county.
AUSD may see three new faces on their five-member school board. The potential victories signal a turning tide in Alhambra’s politics.
Sasha Renée Pérez will join City Council in December. She's young, energetic and ran on a progressive platform.
Preliminary results show Alhambra voters passed both measures on the ballot. Some of the races were tighter than others.
Measures V and G are moving the city away from electing candidates at-large towards electing by-district. Other potential changes will introduce campaign finance restrictions to city elections.
This election, California voters have the chance to reinstate affirmative action. Opinions on the ballot measure, Proposition 16, are as polarized as ever.
The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 19. Starting tomorrow, you will have to cast a provisional ballot in the November election if not registered. The deadline is firm for select groups, like inmate voters. Language services are available.
Alhambra Source reached out to each candidate asking for a biography, platform statement and a few reader-generated questions. Read all of the City Council and Board of Education candidate statements.
Five Board of Education candidates participated in the Kids & Candidates Forum. They called for open communication and discussed the budget in the 2-hour webinar.
Four of Alhambra City Council candidates participated in the Community and Candidates Forum. They addressed some of Alhambra's hottest topics in the two-hour webinar.