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November

soda, soft drinks

Berkeley To Place Soda Tax Measure On November Ballot

The Berkeley City Council has voted unanimously to place a one-cent-per ounce soda tax measure on the November ballot.

07/02/2014

Aerial view of downtown San Jose, California. (Helene Labriet-Gross/AFP/Getty Images)

Tax Measures Being Considered For The November Ballot In San Jose

City leaders are considering a sales tax increase, or possibly increasing the tax for marijuana shops, as a way to increase revenues.

06/18/2014

A California polling place

Phil Matier: Time And Money Running Out On Many Ballot Initiative Campaigns

It’s crunch time for would-be California ballot initiatives with backers of some particularly controversial ones acknowledging they may not have the support or money to qualify their initiatives for the November ballot.

03/18/2014

U.S. Citizens Head To The Polls To Vote In Presidential Election

Dozens Of Uncounted Presidential Election Ballots Found In San Mateo Vault

San Mateo County election officials announced Thursday that 65 uncounted provisional ballots from November’s election were found last week in a vault at the department’s headquarters.

04/19/2013

(CBS)

Bay Area Home Sales Rise In November; Prices Slide

A research firm says home sales rose last month in the San Francisco Bay area despite a lack of buyers for high-end properties.

12/14/2011

Jeff Adachi

Adachi Joins Crowded Field In San Francisco Mayor’s Race

Public Defender Jeff Adachi highlighted “fiscal responsibility” as he filed his mayoral nomination papers just before the late afternoon deadline at City Hall on Friday.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–08/12/2011

Interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee

SF Campaign Office Opens Without A Candidate

A political campaign in San Francisco is picking up steam, but without an actual candidate to campaign for.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–06/26/2011

jerry brown

Phil Matier: Republicans Derailing Gov. Brown’s Ballot Plans

Governor Jerry Brown has threatened to place his tax measure on the ballot without Republican support. It’s not what the governor wanted, but he may be forced to, according to KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–03/23/2011