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Special Coverage: Election 2018

Heidi Darling pulled a lot of strings leading up to the 2018 council race
Here’s a rundown of notable local races and measures
A quick look at our recommendations for the local candidates and measures on the Nov. 6 ballot
Councilmember Hundley outdistances pack with $14K war chest
We investigate the source of the anonymous attack ads
As California’s campaign watchdog agency continued investigating an anonymous campaign mailer sent to Sonoma Valley residents earlier this month, another attack mailer was sent anonymously last week.T
Yes, there is a junior college board, Sonoma – and here’s who should be on it.
Time is now for fire-district supporting parcel taxes.
About three-quarters of Sonoma County voters have chosen to receive their ballots by mail. They will start showing up in your mailbox soon.
Measure S would increase a tax paid by Sonoma hotel guests from 10 percent to 12 percent.
California's top elections official says he doesn't yet know if any of the roughly 1,500 people mistakenly registered to vote by the Department of Motor Vehicles voted in the June primary.
Seven candidates are vying for three seats on the Sonoma City Council in the Nov. 6 election. But where to they stand on the important local issues of the day?
Eighth-of-a-cent sales tax would bring needed funds to county parks
Makeup of Sonoma’s most influential elected body could change significantly Nov. 6
Four vie to carry the water for the Valley of Moon H2O district
Local funds will be earmarked for aging playgrounds, picnic areas and/or athletic field renovations.
Bilingual, with SRJC student-trustee experience, a good fit for SVUSD
This November there are four candidates on the ballot for two seats on the VOMWD board of directors.
Cathy Coleman and Omar Paz, Jr. offer their visions for the Sonoma Valley Unified School District.
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