Editor's Note: This is a part of a series of stories on how mayor and council hopefuls would address various municipal issues
LATHROP – The city's budget, jobs and public safety issues facing Lathrop today will continue to be his main concern, says Councilman Sonny Dhaliwal who is running for re-election on November 2.
LATHROP – Omar Ornelas has pretty lofty goals. And he has it all planned, step by grueling step way up to the top – being president of the United States.
As of Thursday, the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters had received 30,000 absentee ballots with the counting to begin as early as Monday.
RIPON - Ripon Mayor Chuck Winn is securing a third term on the city council at the Nov. 2 election among four contenders for two seats.
Samuel Anderson credits the redevelopment agency's investment in infrastructure as a key reason why Manteca has fared better in the Great Recession than nearby communities.
Editor's note This is a part of a series of stories on how mayor and council hopefuls would address various municipal issues
LATHROP – Dan Doyle is calling for Lathrop Mayor Kristy Sayles to resign.
Only one candidate in the Nov. 2 Manteca municipal election has come right out and said Measure M - the half cent sales tax for public safety - should be repealed.
LATHROP – Several Lathrop mayor and council candidates have either received or lined up powerful endorsements to their candidacies.
Ben Cantu has no qualms with having a Manteca Redevelopment Agency, per se.
LATHROP – If the Lathrop council race were strictly based on fund-raising, incumbent council member Sonny Dhaliwal would be the winner hands down.
Joey Ermitanio is no stranger to the political arena.
Everyone running for municipal office in Manteca is in agreement on one thing - they want to restore police manpower as soon as possible.
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