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Editor’s note: Political bedfellows

Sacramento council members split on endorsements For voters—and especially for political junkies—it’s always intriguing to see how elected officials line up in local elections, particularly…



Editor’s note: Under the wire

Sacramento City Council beats deadline on cash-for-kids measure, barely More than 39,000 Sacramento voters signed petitions to put a cash-for-kids measure on the ballot, and…


Editor’s note: The campaign sprint

California’s March 3 presidential primary accelerates local races A year from now—Nov. 3, 2020—America will be electing the next president. But first things first. Democrats…




Editor’s note: The surrogate

West Sacramento mayor is stumping for Pete Buttigieg These days, Christopher Cabaldon has two jobs plus a side gig. He’s mayor of West Sacramento and…


Essay: Change agent

Sac council candidate vows police, environmental and economic reform By James “Faygo” Clark You may have seen me around town with Kozmo, my furry companion….


To impeach or not to impeach

For Democrats and progressives, that is the question The long-simmering debate among Democrats and progressives is about to boil over: To impeach President Donald Trump…