Post-Primary Election Briefing

From the historic and competitive race to represent Silicon Valley in congress to a slew of local San Jose City Council contests, San José Spotlight’s newsroom was proud to cover the local races up and down the ballot this election season. Now, as final numbers come in, we’re taking a close look at the results...

Voter Pulse: An independent poll on Silicon Valley’s congressional race

Longtime Silicon Valley Congresswoman Anna Eshoo is retiring, creating a once-in-a-generation opportunity for 11 candidates vying in the March 5 primary election to replace the veteran lawmaker in Washington. San José Spotlight partnered with Probolsky Research to conduct the first independent, nonpartisan districtwide poll in the competitive Congressional District 16 race. Join us as we unveil the...

Cupertino’s Future: A dialogue on development

We’re partnering with the city of Cupertino for a policy discussion about housing and commercial development and its impact on the future of the city. RSVP here. Cupertino Community Hall — 10350 Torre Avenue. Featured panelists: Daniel Degu, Cupertino economic development manager Marvel Ang, Charities Housing’s associate director of development Josh Shumsky, The Econic Company’s...

Milpitas Affordable Housing Forum

Please join us at our first live event in Milpitas and hear from our panel of local public officials and advocates who will examine housing policies and other tools aimed at addressing Silicon Valley’s affordability crisis. RSVP here. MUSD Innovation Campus 1331 E. Calaveras Blvd. in Milpitas Featured panelists: Anthony Phan, Milpitas councilmember Huascar Castro,...

State of Transportation

Silicon Valley’s public transit system is facing significant transformation including plans for a BART extension through Santa Clara, reimagining Diridon Station with Google, bolstering VTA service amid budget woes and creating streamlined agencies. Plus, how will the city’s airport connector plan support its vision to become a business and tourist destination? This panel explores plans,...

PolitiBeat 2023

Silicon Valley’s first all-day political festival featuring marquee names in media and politics for exclusive interviews, expert panels and in-depth conversations at the iconic Hammer Theatre in downtown San Jose. Learn more and reserve your tickets here. Interested in sponsoring? Contact [email protected].

Coffee with the Editor

Join us for a cup of coffee and meet our new managing editor Alexandria Bordas. Hear about her vision for our newsroom and share your ideas to help shape our public service journalism. RSVP here.

De-Escalate: A conversation on public safety

Join us for our first event of 2023! With tensions rising in communities throughout the nation, we are bringing together law enforcement leaders and community advocates to discuss solutions for police-community relations in Silicon Valley. The event will be held in our new offices at Open San Jose and also live streamed. Featuring panelists: Santa...

Coffee with the Vietnamese community

Meet our two Vietnamese reporters and learn more about how Silicon Valley’s nonprofit newsroom is serving this important community. RSVP here.

Santa Clara candidate forum

The Santa Clara City Council faces some important races this November. Three seats on the city council are up for grabs, including the mayor who is facing reelection. It’s a critical time for the Mission City as it confronts challenges with its budget, homelessness crisis, growth and development, and its complicated relationship with the 49ers....

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