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  • Glendale general election off to a quiet start

    Glendale general election off to a quiet start
    On a day when Glendale voters are being asked to decide everything from City Council and school board races, to the future of the city treasurer position and how utility revenues are handled, traffic at polling booths on Tuesday was slow and steady as the...
  • As Glendale school board race ends, says one candidate: 'It's in God's hands'

    After spending months campaigning for a seat on the Glendale Unified school board, a few of the candidates on Tuesday had made last minute phone calls to voters before polls closed at 8 p.m. Candidate Daniel Cabrera made calls to voters in the...
  • Close call could cost Glendale school board incumbent her seat

    Close call could cost Glendale school board incumbent her seat
    A break on the incumbent hold on three Glendale Unified school board seats appeared likely with most precincts reporting into early Wednesday morning. With all 39 precincts reporting, Joylene Wagner, first elected to the school board in 2005, was...
  • Despite attacks, Glendale City Council, City Clerk incumbents poised for re-election

    Despite attacks, Glendale City Council, City Clerk incumbents poised for re-election
    An election framed largely by how the City Council should handle employee pensions and utility revenues saw both incumbents headed for re-election early Wednesday morning, along with a city commissioner who encountered his share of controversy on the...
  • Outstanding ballot count could have big impact on Glendale election outcomes

    Outstanding ballot count could have big impact on Glendale election outcomes
    This post has been corrected. See details below. There are still roughly 3,500 ballots yet to be counted from the election on Tuesday, officials reported, leaving the outcome of several close races in limbo. And it could take up to two weeks before...
  • Council ponders empty seat

    Council ponders empty seat
    With a current City Councilman set to become city treasurer, that leaves an open seat on the dais that could be filled by either an appointment or special election. Both options have their drawbacks — from costs to candidate pool — and...
  • Pot proposition burning topic at forum

    Marijuana was a hot topic at a Thursday night forum covering the propositions on the Nov. 2 state ballot. While members of the League of Women Votes  went over all nine initiatives, ranging from billion-dollar tax loopholes to climate change, many of...
  • Gatto and Ramani go into detail

    MIKE GATTO: 1) California faces projected budget deficits of close to $20 billion annually for the next several years. What specific steps must the state take to achieve a balanced budget? To paraphrase Winston Churchill, the next few years are likely...
  • Ramani holds out for final count

    Ramani holds out for final count
    Sunder Ramani on Thursday refused to concede the special election for the 43rd Assembly District to Democrat Mike Gatto, even after elections officials said the total number of uncounted ballots was less than the 6,155-vote gap between the two men. On...
  • Gatto, Ramani speak out

    Candidates who've battled at the polls three times over the last nine months hit the final turn with two side-by-side appearances in Burbank this week. 43rd District Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) and Republican rival Sunder Ramani spoke at a...
  • Legislators try to revive old bills

    Local lawmakers used a brief legislative session this month to dust off old bills that never made it, and to push new proposals ahead of the new year. State Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge) reintroduced two measures that failed last year,...
  • Gatto: 2nd-youngest lawmaker in Capitol

    Joe Gatto said he knew this day would come. Standing in the courtyard of the Autry National Center of the American West in Griffith Park on Monday afternoon, the longtime arts teacher said he knew his son, Mike, was headed for elected office 22 years...