UC Berkeley Survey Finds Californians Nervous Over Possible Violence After ElectionA large portion of California voters worry that other Americans won’t respect the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election and could inflict violence, a survey conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies (IGS) found.
Many Contra Costa Voters Submit Ballots At Elections Office, Official Drop Boxes Over USPS MistrustThere’s been a steady stream of people visiting the Contra Costa Elections Office to place their ballots into the drop box out front.
Online Voter Registration For November General Election Ends TodayIf you haven't registered to vote yet, Monday is the deadline for online applications for the November General Elections.
Bay Area Election Officials Grapple With Avalanche Of Mail-In Ballots Over 2 Weeks Before Election DayBy the end of this Friday, about 22 million Americans will have already voted, almost two million of those here in California.
Measure RR: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara Voters To Decide On Caltrain FundingWith Caltrain ridership plummeting during the coronavirus pandemic, a sales tax measure on the November ballot could provide a lifeline.
KPIX Vote Smart: Filling Out Your Mail-In Ballot - The BasicsAbout 21 million ballots are going out across California this year. That's one for every registered voter in the state. Most should arrive by the end of this week.
Registration, Mail-In Ballots, Drop-Off Locations, Polling PlacesFind information on registering to vote, election info, and county registrar websites that will address your November 2020 Election questions.
Are You Ready To Vote In November's Presidential Election?There are 43 days and counting to November's General Election so now is the time to make sure you are getting ready to cast your ballot.
Election 2020: How To Register And Make Sure Your Vote Gets CountedWith the election less than ten weeks away, here is what you need to know about registering to vote and making sure the vote you cast was counted.
California Sets In-Person Voting Rules Amid CoronavirusWorried about the unpredictable coronavirus wreaking havoc on the November election, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law Thursday to let counties offer fewer in-person polling places in exchange for opening the sites earlier.