To view our photo slideshow, click the picture above. Photos by Jack Boeger and Donna Eyestone.
We had a great time at The Alamedan's Election Party on Tuesday night at Blue Danube, and we've got the pictures to prove it. A few dozen people stopped by for a glass of wine and the returns, including the mayor, some members of Alameda's City Council, school board and hospital board and a bevy of local candidates. The Alameda Sun's Dennis Evanosky even stopped by early to help us decorate (thanks Dennis!) while The Alamedan's team and Patch's Analisa Harangozo cranked out the night's news.
1. W.W. Chipman and Gideon Aughinbaugh
2. 1853; the name means “grove of poplar trees” and was selected by popular vote.
3. William Knowland
4. 1973; amended in 1991 to require new homes be built on a minimum of 2,000 square feet of land each
5. Alameda is a charter city, which gives Alameda flexibility to determine its own form of government.
6. 14 years (She started in 1998.)
7. Four, three; A
9. St Joseph Notre Dame, Encinal High, Alameda High; English, history and civics
10. Katharine Graham, former publisher of The Washington Post