Pleasanton Weekly: District attorney candidates debate: Price, Wiley discuss dealing with crime, police misconduct and more
Civil rights attorney Pamela Price is set to face off against current chief assistant deputy district attorney Terry Wiley in the Nov. 8 runoff election after Price led the four-candidate primary in June with 43.23% of the vote and Wiley came in second with 27.13%.
Outgoing District Attorney Nancy O'Malley announced in 2021 she would be stepping down when her current third term in office ends after this year. O'Malley had not faced an opponent in reelection until 2018, when Price unsuccessfully challenged her as part of a wave of progressive candidates against sitting DAs in the state.
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