The Field Poll is predicting more than half of California voters will cast ballots by mail for Tuesday’s election.
Thousands of Bay Area residents have begun the presidential election process by voting early or voting-by-mail this week.
This as online registration in the state started up this week.
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown is sounding the alarm about what he says is an attempt to suppress the African American vote. And, he used a weekend conference in San Francisco of the black sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha to rally people to the polls.
Two weeks after California voters went to the polls, the fate of a ballot measure that would impose a new tax on cigarettes remains uncertain.
Voting by mail begins Monday for California’s June 5 primary election. But for one group of voters, the odds appear to be high that their ballots won’t count.
Many Bay Area voters were headed to the polls Tuesday, but that wasn’t technically the case in Santa Clara County, home to one of the highest local percentages of absentee voting.
Candidates for San Francisco mayor, district attorney and sheriff were making a last-minute push ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Voting by mail proved to be a convenient option for plenty of Californians in last week’s election. But, they’re finding the process has created an unintended consequence, with some races not likely to be determined for several weeks.
Millions of Californians have not yet returned their vote-by-mail ballots, and the flood of returns expected on election day could delay results in tight races, officials said Monday.