Gov. Brown Signs Bill Giving Right To Vote To Thousands Of FelonsUnder the new law, anyone convicted of a felony, but who is not currently in state or federal prison or on parole, is allowed to vote.
Homeland Security Advisor: Hard To Alter U.S. Elections Through HackingPresident Barack Obama's homeland security adviser said Wednesday that it would be very hard for someone to hack into America's voting systems in a way that could alter an election outcome.
Voting Rights For Some Felons Could Be Restored With Governor Brown's SignatureA bill restoring the voting rights of convicted felons serving time in county jails is headed to California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Google Search Engine Directing Voters To Ballot Box Google is pulling another lever on its influential search engine in an effort to boost voter turnout in November's U.S. presidential election.
Election Day Becomes Day Off At Growing Number Of Tech CompaniesSome big name tech companies in the Bay Area are offering employees a new perk: a day off to vote.
Online Election Voting? Stanford Expert Says Pitfalls Too GreatElectronic voting systems are relatively new, and there’s talk of giving voters a chance to cast their ballots via the internet.
Paper Ballots Still Crucial To California's Voting Process, Despite Online PushWith the approach of Tuesday’s primary, some voters are wondering why they can’t cast their votes online.
Judge Strikes Down Voting Lawsuit From Bernie Sanders SupporterA federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by a Bernie Sanders supporter who argued elections officials in California were robbing unaffiliated voters of the chance to vote in the state's June 7 Democratic presidential primary.
Some Bay Area Voters Changing Party Affiliation To Vote Against TrumpSome Bay Area Democrats and independents are changing their party registration to Republican so they can vote in California’s GOP primary this June, and while some want the chance to vote for Donald Trump, it appears even more want to vote against him.
Univision Launches Campaign To Build A Wall Of 27 Million Hispanic VotersThe Spanish-language network Univision wants to build a wall of Hispanic voters in time for the 2016 elections -- millions of them.
Selfies With Marked Ballot Illegal In CaliforniaMany California voters broke the law Tuesday without even knowing it – by snapping selfies of their ballots.
San Mateo Moves To All-Mail Election In NovemberSan Mateo County is on its way to become the first county in California to hold a countywide all-mailed ballot election, city officials announced Friday.