Campaign 2020 Results -- Bay Area County By County Election Results Wondering what's on your local ballot and where vote in the March California Primary Election? Here's links to your local ballots and where to find your polling place.
Campaign 2020 Results -- California Presidential Primary ElectionHere are the results from Tuesday night's California Presidential Primary
Campaign 2020 Results -- Proposition 13 Fund School Facilities Ballot IssueHere are the results from Tuesday night's California Primary involving the Proposition 13 Fund School Facilities ballot issue
Campaign 2020 Results -- Bay Area US House Open PrimaryHere are the results from Tuesday night's California Primary involving San Francisco Bay Area US House races
Campaign 2020 Results -- Bay Area State Assembly PrimaryHere are the results from Tuesday night's California Primary involving San Francisco Bay Area Assembly races
Campaign 2020 Results -- Bay Area State Senate PrimaryHere are the results from Tuesday night's California Primary involving San Francisco Bay Area senate races
California, Florida, Texas Will Lose House Seats With Trump Immigrant Voting OrderIf President Donald Trump succeeds in getting immigrants in the country illegally excluded from being counted in the redrawing of U.S. House districts, California, Florida and Texas would end up with one less congressional seat each than if every resident were counted, according to an analysis by a think tank.
California Enacts Law Requiring Mail-In Ballots Sent To All Voters For November Presidential ElectionGov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Thursday to require county officials to mail a ballot to every registered voter for the November election, cementing into law the Democratic governor’s earlier order to mail out ballots statewide in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
San Francisco, Oakland Consider Ballot Measures To Lower Voting Age To 16San Francisco and Oakland are considering lowering the voting age to 16 on certain municipal ballot issues.
San Jose Mayor Touts Passage Of Tax To Fund Affordable Housing, Homeless ServicesTuesday's election results showed a majority of San Jose's voters supporting Measure E, a property sale transaction tax.
Oakland Parcel Tax For Parks, Homeless Services Narrowly AheadAn Oakland measure that would raise $21 million annually for parks maintenance, homeless services and water quality improvements was slightly above the two-thirds majority it needs.
North Bay Voters Put Brakes On Sales Tax Extension To Fund SMART Train ServiceOn Tuesday night, a measure to extend the quarter-cent sales tax funding the SMART commuter train only got about 50 percent of the vote. Measure I needed two-thirds of the vote to pass, so it was defeated.
Increased Youth, Latino Voter Turnout Put Sanders Over The Top In CaliforniaTwo key groups made their presence felt in last night's California primary: there were big increases in young and Latino voters throughout California who helped put Bernie Sanders over the top in the Golden State.
Sonoma County Voters Reject 1/2 Cent Sales Tax To Fund FirefightersSonoma County voters rejected a half-cent sales tax in Tuesday night voting that would have raised $51 million annually to supplement existing services by the county's 38 fire agencies.
San Francisco Voters Appear To Approve All 5 Ballot MeasuresSan Francisco voters took to the polls Tuesday and appeared to approve all five measures on the ballot, according to the preliminary election results.
State-Wide Early Returns: Fate Uncertain For Prop 13 School Funding MeasureThe fate of Proposition 13--the state's measure to authorize $15 billion in bonds for public schools--was unclear following early returns on California Primary Election Day.
Biden Responds to Tara Reade Accusation: 'This Never, Never Happened'Presidential contender Joe Biden spoke out Friday morning in his first public response to a former Senate aide's accusation that he sexually assaulted her in 1993. Kenny Choi reports. (5-1-20)
Bernie Sanders Ends Presidential Run, Leaving Bay Area Supporters In Tough SpotBernie Sanders' presidential campaign came to an end Wednesday as the Vermont senator announced he was withdrawing from the race, leaving many of his supporters in the Bay Area in a tough spot. John Ramos reports. (4-8-2020)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Suspends Her Campaign For PresidentSkyler Henry reports on Sen. Warren dropping out of race for Democratic presidential nomination (3-5-2020)
North Bay Voters Put Brakes On Sales Tax Extension To Fund SMART Train ServiceJohn Ramos reports on how failure of Measure I sales tax extension puts SMART Train system in a budget crunch (3-4-2020)
Increased Youth, Latino Voter Turnout Put Sanders Over The Top In CaliforniaTwo key groups made their presence felt in last night's California primary: there were big increases in young and Latino voters throughout California who helped put Bernie Sanders over the top in the Golden State. Len Ramirez reports. (3-4-2020)
Bloomberg Withdraws From Race In Wake Of Super Tuesday Win For BidenNatalie Brand reports on latest developments in race for Democratic presidential nomination after Super Tuesday (3-4-2020)
Progressive Majority Could Make Up San Jose City Council SeatsLen Ramirez reports. (3-3-2020)
Facebook Mulls Political-Advertising Blackout In Days Before 2020 ElectionFacebook is considering banning political advertising on its platform in the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election in November and the ban has been under consideration since last fall, according to a source familiar with the discussions.
Bay Area Congressman Ro Khanna Says Biden a 'Bridge' President to Progressive FutureBay Area congressman Ro Khanna, who co-chaired Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign, tells CBS he thinks Joe Biden will be the "bridge" to a future progressive era.
Gov. Newsom Formally Endorses Biden For President At Virtual DNC FundraiserGov. Gavin Newsom formally endorsed Joe Biden for president on Friday, praising the former vice president for his “deep compassion and empathy.”
Bernie Sanders' Bay Area Supporters In Tough Spot After End Of Presidential RunBernie Sanders' presidential campaign came to an end Wednesday as the Vermont senator announced he was withdrawing from the race, leaving many of his supporters in the Bay Area in a tough spot.
California Senator Kamala Harris Endorses Joe BidenCalifornia Senator Kamala Harris threw her support behind former Vice President Joe Biden, endorsing her onetime rival for the Democratic presidential nomination as someone who "reflects the decency and dignity of the American people."
Poll: Bernie Sanders Opens Up 18-Point Lead In California Democratic PrimaryWith less than two weeks until Super Tuesday, a new poll shows Sen. Bernie Sanders with a commanding lead in the California Democratic Primary.
Math Plays A Major Factor In Delegate Distribution For California PrimaryIn three weeks, the California Primary puts 495 delegates up for grabs. The math that determines how those delegates are awarded may make it difficult for any one candidate to claim a sweeping victory here.
Prop. 13: Deteriorating Condition of East Bay School Emblematic of Statewide NeedProposition 13, the only statewide measure on the March 3 ballot, would create a $15 billion bond to build, repair and modernize schools like Lake Elementary in San Pablo where the heating system is held together with duct tape.
California Voters Cast Ballots in March Primary Starting Feb. 3rdCalifornians start voting Monday in a high-profile Democratic presidential primary that has no clear front runner and could take longer to count than any previous election in a state already notorious for slow ballot counting.
(Way) Early Voting: Solano County 1st In Bay Area To Send Out Primary BallotsSolano County gave their voters a 10-day head start on the rest of the Bay Area and most of the country.
California Voters May Consider Mandate To End HomelessnessAn advisory council appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom called Monday for California voters to consider a legally enforceable mandate to end homelessness, as the most populous state grapples with one of its most pressing and politically fraught problems.
Trump Says He Plans To Ban TikTok From U.S.President Trump told reporters Friday night he plans to ban TikTok from the U.S. through executive action. The President made the announcement aboard Air Force One en route to Washington, D.C., from Florida.
San Jose Mayor Liccardo Joins Plaintiffs In Lawsuit Over 2020 Census CountSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced Friday that he would be named a plaintiff and join a lawsuit with San Jose and other jurisdictions to prevent President Donald Trump from excluding undocumented residents from the 2020 Census.
Union Leaders Urge San Francisco Mayor Not to Layoff City WorkersUnion leaders and city workers Friday urged San Francisco Mayor London Breed not to lay off workers and make cuts to public service to balance a $1.5 billion shortfall in the city's budget.
SF's Healthy Streets Offers Shelter Assistance, Hotel Rooms To HomelessIn recent weeks, some San Franciscans have raised concerns about a longtime problem they believe has suddenly gotten worse.