Benicia Mayor Steve Young opposes recall – Don’t sign the petition!

BUSD School Board recall attempt From Steve Young’s Facebook page… On the proposed recall of two Benicia school board members: Recalls, to me, should be used in instances of bad behavior, malfeasance, or other serious offenses. Recalling someone because you don’t like their vote on an issue does not meet that test.  That is what … Continue reading Benicia Mayor Steve Young opposes recall – Don’t sign the petition!

SF Chronicle: Benicia Mayor Steve Young calls for action after Raley’s COVID-19 violations

Christmas Eve party at Benicia supermarket sparks COVID concerns San Francisco Chronicle, by Michael Cabanatuan, Jan. 6, 2021 Days after a Christmas Eve party at a Raley’s supermarket in Benicia, one worker who attended it tested positive for the coronavirus, prompting the city’s mayor to demand the store let its staff and the public know … Continue reading SF Chronicle: Benicia Mayor Steve Young calls for action after Raley’s COVID-19 violations

Benicia Mayor Steve Young – Inaugural Address on December 1, 2020

Thanks, election analysis, the pandemic and looking to the future First of all I want to thank the more than 8600 people who voted for me and gave me a decisive victory. But even more impressive was Benicia’s voter turnout – 87%!!! I was fortunate to have a great team to support my campaign efforts: … Continue reading Benicia Mayor Steve Young – Inaugural Address on December 1, 2020

Benicia election results – winners Steve Young, Tom Campbell, Terry Scott, and the Cannabis Referendum

By Roger Straw, November 4, 2020  [See also: UPDATED details and analysis (Nov. 5).] Here are Benicia election results as of 8:15 a.m. on November 4, from the Solano County Registrar of Voters website.  This count includes in-person votes from all 10 precincts, and most but not all mail-in ballots.  Considered unofficial, there will be … Continue reading Benicia election results – winners Steve Young, Tom Campbell, Terry Scott, and the Cannabis Referendum