A guide to Oakland’s Nov. 8 general election
Five of the nine Oakland school board candidates discussed academics, money, and charter schools at a forum organized by Families In Action. Little was debated about school safety.
8 of the 10 people running for mayor presented their ideas to an audience of elders and others at Laney College Tuesday night.
It’s a victory for Victory, but the other candidates are still disqualified because of the city’s communication error.
OUSD School Board
Nine candidates are vying for three seats on the Oakland Unified school board in districts 2, 4, and 6.
Voters approved Measure QQ in 2020, granting 16 and 17-year-olds the right to vote in school board races. The county registrar says that won’t be possible for this November’s election.
More OUSD news
A month ago, the East Oakland hills campus saw another violent incident.
Students and staff were injured on Wednesday on the King Estates campus.
Despite having fewer students, district officials at last night’s school board meeting said the budget is in better shape than last year.
Renter protections, new taxes, and gender-neutral language. Here’s a quick breakdown of Oakland’s nine ballot measures in the 2022 election.
After pandemic fears that the zoo could permanently shut down, supporters of the institution are asking property owners to chip in.
The $850 million housing infrastructure bond and the expansion of the “just cause” eviction policy could go on the November ballot.
More than 10,000 residents in Oakland who are parents or caregivers but not citizens could be allowed to vote for OUSD school board members.