The Weekly's 2012 Election Coverage
Salinas voters tap an ex-detective as mayor, an activist for council and two incumbents.
Salinas, Carmel pass sales tax measures, while Pagrovians just say no to Measure F.
Monterey Peninsula races create dramatic new city council dynamics.
Central Coast progressives stay in office, but a few key ballot measures go down.
Potter pulls ahead in hot race against Del Piero; Armenta nails Salinas district.
Alan Haffa’s run for Monterey City Council wins broad support, divides occupiers.
Obama ad insults young women voters with creepy, big government paternalism.
As election nears, critics of biggest local campaign donor file IRS, FPPC complaints.
High-profile Florida city manager is poised to take the reins in Greenfield.
Citizen campaign to label GMO foods puts industry on defense, decades after historic local battle.
Monterey County Weekly Election Coverage
Six days left in the longest and craziest election season ever.
Squid Speaks on District 5 Supe Race
Whether Obama has earned another term is almost moot.
Does he really want to be king, or does he just want to be wanted by the GOP?
Pundits are turning Paul Ryan from a right-wing ideologue into a bold intellectual – and framing the election in the process.
The Republicans’ best bet, a win by voter suppression, will be greeted with a national shrug.
With less than a month to go and absentee ballots hitting local mailboxes this week, here are the Weekly’s endorsements for the 2012 election.
The Weekly ’s handy voting guide for the 2012 elections puts intel at your fingertips.
Mark Stone resigns Coastal Commission seat; Jane Parker on deck to replace him.
First open primary doesn’t change the liberal composition of Monterey County reps.
With the primaries settled, look for the gloves to come off in supes’ races.
Jane Parker sweeps District 4 re-election on the tide of Whispering Oaks reversal.