Articles Archive for 7 November 2008
Chinese immigrants presented Kung Fu and Lion Dancing performances in a flag-raising ceremony in front of Oakland’s City Hall to mark China’s National Day on October 1. Click on the photo to play the slideshow.
Berkeley, Faces & Places, On Campus »
By Will Jason
New estimates released Nov 7 show the Presidential election may have set a 36-year record for the rate of youth voter turnout. And the University of California, Berkeley appears to be one of the top contributors to that record among the nation’s college campuses, according to registration statistics and interviews.
Up to 53 percent of eligible young voters—ages 18 to 29—took part in the Nov 4 election, according to estimates from the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE). They favored the winner, Barack Obama, …
Business, Civic Life, Fremont, Government, Multimedia »
Reported by Tyler Sipe and Karen Weise using Federal Election Commission filings database between Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, 2008.
Graphic by Weise
Biographies by Sipe
Fremont residents donated about $739,809 to various political campaigns during 2008, according to newsmeat.com. Fremont zip code 94539 contributed the most to political campaigns, amounting to $337,610, according to the Web site. Below is a list of short biographies of Fremont’s top 10 political campaign contributors, in addition to where their money flowed.