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Elections

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  • Elections bring in thousands in funding

    Editor's note: This corrects the campaign contributions given to Huntington Beach Tomorrow and, subsequently, all totals. More than $615,000 has been poured into Huntington Beach for the elections, with nearly $90,000 going into incumbent Joe Carchio's...
  • Group pickets T-Mobile store

    Group pickets T-Mobile store
    Cars horns blared in support as about a dozen residents in yellow T-shirts Monday afternoon waved signs denouncing T-Mobile in front of one of their Huntington Beach stores. The Committee for No on Measure Q supporters picketed a T-Mobile store at 8112...
  • Council picks likely cemented

    Connie Boardman, Joe Carchio, Matthew Harper and Joe Shaw had the lead as of Wednesday morning in the race for Huntington Beach City Council, although the city clerk said some votes have yet to be counted. Boardman, a former mayor and councilwoman, led...
  • Editorials: Local elections done with class

    It was a long and brutal campaign season, marked by slurs, wild accusations, charges of racism, attack ads and partisan bickering. Outside of Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, that is. Californians, and Americans in general, can be forgiven for...
  • Voters siding with experience

    Experienced politicians have prevailed so far in a Huntington Beach City Council race that featured 21 candidates for four open seats. The four preliminary winners — Connie Boardman, Joe Carchio, Matthew Harper and Joe Shaw — have all held...
  • Mailbag: Time for cooperation on council

    Perhaps, with $600,000 spent cumulatively on recent Huntington Beach elections, resulting in some 2 million pieces of campaign mail distributed in favor of or opposition to candidates or issues, the messages, rather than the messengers, might have...
  • Council approves community garden lease

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday approved a lease agreement that will allow the community garden to come to fruition. The council unanimously voted on a five-year lease agreement with Southern California Edison for use of almost 2.5 acres...
  • Official plans to donate stipend

    Official plans to donate stipend
    Fountain Valley's soon-to-be first Vietnamese American city councilman said serving is about giving back and has promised to donate his stipend to a local charity. Michael Vo, who edged incumbent Cheryl Brothers by about 500 votes in a race for three...
  • Sunset will pay taxes

    Huntington Beach has decided to levy a utility tax on the residents of Sunset Beach when they are annexed, an action previously thought to be unconstitutional without giving them a vote. Taking a second look at the laws, the city has determined it must...
  • Cell towers' fates in judge's hands

    Huntington Beach residents have voted against approving two cell towers to be constructed in public parks, but it remains to be seen what that vote will mean for the city. As of Friday, 56.4% of voters had rejected Measure Q, which the ballot describes...
  • Final election results certified

    The final election results have been certified for Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, with no changes to the unofficial results tallied in the days after the Nov. 2 election. Connie Boardman, Joe Carchio, Matthew Harper and Joe Shaw retained their...
  • Proposed tax elicits lawsuit threat

    A group of Sunset Beach residents is threatening to sue if Huntington Beach levies a utility tax without giving residents a chance to vote on it, according to a letter sent to county officials. The Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach, which sent the...