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January 18, 2022

Trump has fundraising edge in Morgan Hill

President Donald Trump has received more financial campaign support from Morgan Hill residents than his Democratic rival Joe Biden, according to federal records.

Meet the candidates: MHUSD Board of Trustees

The election is scheduled for Nov. 3, and voters must make sure they are registered by Oct. 19. Early voting begins at the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters office on Oct. 5. Anyone who wants to request an absentee ballot must do so by Oct. 27, though election officials warn voters to turn in their ballots as early as possible.

Pamela Torrisi: MHUSD Trustee Area 5 Candidate

Morgan Hill Unified School District Trustee Area 5 has had a tumultuous history since the board of education was forced to create districts several years ago. That’s why candidate Pamela Torrisi thinks it is important to note that she will complete at least a full four-year term if she is elected Nov. 3.

Ivan Rosales Montes: MHUSD Trustee Area 5 Candidate

Ivan Rosales Montes’ desire to pursue and advance his career in education has been shaped by his lifetime as a student, going back to his early childhood. Now he wants to apply those experiences and qualifications to leading the Morgan Hill Unified School District if he wins the Nov. 3 election for Area 5 Trustee.

Voting begins in Morgan Hill

Voting is underway with less than three weeks to go until the Nov. 3 general election, as residents throughout Santa Clara County have begun casting their ballots by a variety of methods.

Open space measure would extend parcel tax

Proponents for and against Measure T—the $24 parcel tax designed to protect and preserve undeveloped land and natural open spaces in the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority district—view the measure through entirely different lenses even in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

Registrar installs ballot drop boxes in South County

Election Day is Nov. 3, but voters in Santa Clara County have already started casting and submitting their ballots, partly thanks to the installation of dozens of 24-hour drop boxes placed by election officials throughout the county.

Rene Spring: City Council District C Candidate Profile

Although Rene Spring thinks the top priority—perhaps for some time—going into the next Morgan Hill City Council term will be the Covid-19 pandemic, the District C incumbent still has some long-term goals if he wins re-election to his second term.

Juan Miguel Munoz Morris: City Council District C Candidate Profile

From an early age, Juan Miguel Munoz Morris saw firsthand the value of being civic-minded and helping others. His grandfather fought in World War Two and the Korean War, his grandmother was a social worker and his father was actively involved in local politics in Spain, as the country transitioned from a dictatorship to a democracy in the mid-1970s.

Julie Raia: City Council District A candidate profile

Julie Raia is running for Morgan Hill City Council District A in order to bring “some fresh perspective” to the city’s government.