Monkeys Tear Up Voter Lists Ahead Of Thai ReferendumElection officials in northern Thailand think they can buy off a gang of monkey vandals with fresh fruit and vegetables, after about 100 macaques tore up voter lists publicly posted ahead of next month’s referendum on a proposed constitution.
Estimate: 49 Percent Of Voters Turned Out For California Primary, 8 Points Below 2008 RecordAbout 8.9 million people are estimated to have turned out for the state's presidential primary election this week.
San Mateo County Voters Used Paper Ballots While Electronic Voting Machines Were DownA coding problem affected about 140 electronic voting machines in San Mateo County, but the issue was fixed in about 90 minutes.
Despite Influx Of New Voters, Few Hiccups In California PrimaryCalifornia election workers embraced an expanded electorate totaling nearly 18 million registered voters with few hiccups Tuesday.
South Bay Voters Fed Up With Potholes Show Support For Sales Tax Increase; $6B NeededA new survey says more than two-thirds of likely Santa Clara County voters would support a sales tax increase to pay for over $6 billion in transit and road upgrades for the county.
California Senate Debate Takes Aim At Kamala HarrisIn November, California voters will elect a new senator for the first time in nearly 25 years.
Native American Affairs Among Top Concerns For Arizona, Utah and Idaho VotersMinimum wage, medical care for veterans and Native American affairs were among the top concerns for Arizona, Utah and Idaho voters Tuesday.
Internet Security Researcher Says Millions Of CA Voters' Information Was ExposedThe names, addresses and phone numbers millions of California voters may have been exposed in a database discovered by an online security expert.
Cost To File Ballot Measure in California Jumps From $200 To $8,000 Following Kill All Gays InitiativeIt could cost a lot more to file a ballot measure in California.
Voter-Approved $48 Million Announced To Be Dedicated To San Francisco Muni ImprovementsSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced $48 million in new voter-approved funding for the city’s transit system on Monday. The money will go toward improvements for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the hiring of 244 people.
Federal Court Upholds Sunnyvale’s Ban On Gun Magazines That Can Hold More Than 10 BulletsThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld Sunnyvale's ban on gun magazines that can hold more than 10 bullets.
Fairfax Councilmember Looks To Lower Voting Age To 16Only eight percent of 18 to 24-year olds voted in the last election, but a Fairfax town councilman is hoping that lowering the voting age to 16 will help entice young voters to the polls.