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Campaign signs populate city street corners as candidates promote themselves for San Ramon city council and mayor, and the San Ramon Unified School District Board of Education. The election is Nov. 3.

City council, mayor and school board seats are the local focus of Nov. 3 election

Local government matters

Staff Editorial

With a historically important election just around the corner, the eyes of Americans have been fixated on their TVs and social media feeds, attentively watching the race between candidates President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, as well as the clash between their respective parties battling in congressional elections nationwide. With all of the fanfare surrounding the pres...

San Ramon mayoral, city council candidates battle for votes

Nick Harvey

This year, three of the five San Ramon City Council seats, including the mayor's, are up for grabs.  Six mayoral candidates, two District 1 candidates, and four District 3 candidates are vying for a seat. The mayoral candidates are Dinesh Govindarao, Councilmember Dave Hudson, Aparna Madireddi, Susmita Nayak, Sanat Sethy, and Vice Mayor Sabina Zafar. They candidates look to replace lon...

Six candidates vying for two school board seats

Daphne So, Staff Writer

With national elections coming up, local politics are often overshadowed by the big names running for president.  But Nov. 3 is not only election day for the next president. It also includes the candidates for the San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education.  Incumbent Greg Marvel looks to keep his seat as the Area 2 trustee as he takes on challengers Shelley Clark ...

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