Local

Krista Almanzan

Stefanie Krantz and David Moen walk a tightly packed New Monterey neighborhood with a map and list of likely voters.   They’re volunteers for the group, Protect Monterey County, which is behind the Yes on Z campaign.   

Doug McKnight

The ballot this Election Day is long. Beyond the race for President, Senate, Congress, there’s 17 state propositions, state and local offices, and local measures, like Measure E that hope not to get lost in mix.  It’s a renewal of a tax to support public parks in the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District.  And while parks are generally popular in this region, this tax is facing opposition.  

Bill Monning

In the race for the California State Senate Seat that represents the Monterey Bay Area, incumbent Democrat Bill Monning is facing Republican Palmer Kain. 

Monning served two terms in the California State Assembly before being elected to the State Senate in 2012. This would be his second term in the District 17 State Senate seat.  

palmerkain.org

In the race for the California State Senate Seat that represents the Monterey Bay Area, incumbent Democrat Bill Monning is facing Republican Palmer Kain

Kain is an Army Veteran and a Cabrillo College graduate who, citing the high cost of education in the U.S., earned his bachelor’s degree in Israel.   He has held various roles working in local and national politics, and now is running for the District 17 State Senate seat.  

Erika Mahoney

Construction is booming in the Monterey Bay Area, but if you’re looking for skilled workers, it’s tough. Major construction companies and homeowners alike are in search of a solution.

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