CA Voter Support For Water Infrastructure Bill May Hang On The WeatherSignature-gathering has begun to place an initiative on the 2022 ballot that would force the Legislature to fund more water storage in California.
Newsom Sues Secretary Of State To Get ‘D’ Next His Name On Recall BallotAfter failing to file the proper paperwork, Gov. Gavin Newsom sued the state elections chief he appointed in an effort to get his party affiliation to appear next to his name on the ballot for the upcoming recall election.
KPIX Vote Smart: Mobile Voting Centers A Welcome Convenience For Voters In Remote Areas Of San Mateo Co.Election officials in San Mateo County are trying to make it easier and more convenient to vote, travelling with a mobile voting center to remote corners of the sprawling county.
KPIX Vote Smart: What To Do If The Signature On Your Mail-In Ballot Is ChallengedFor millions of Bay Area voters, the key to making sure their mail-in ballot is counted is the signature on the outside of the return envelope -- a signature that's often compared to how you signed your driver's license possibly years ago.
California Allows Use Of Unofficial Ballot Drop Boxes After GOP Promises ChangesThe California GOP can harvest ballots using their unofficial boxes, according to state voting officials who claim that the Republicans committed to making changes demanded by the state.
'It's Not Okay': Bay Area Election Official, Legal Expert Weighs In On Ballot HarvestingAfter revelations that unofficial ballot boxes were showing up in California, election experts are warning it may be illegal.
Prop 16: California's Chance To Reaffirm Affirmative ActionIn November, California voters will go to the polls to vote on Proposition 16, a measure that would lift the state’s ban on considering race, gender or ethnicity in admission and hiring decisions at colleges and universities.
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.
Citing Pandemic, California Launches Website to Enlist Poll Workers for November ElectionThe California Secretary of State's Office announced the launch of a portal Friday that allows state residents to sign up to work as a poll worker in their county for the Nov. 3 general election.
SF Supes Don't Approve Public Advocate Office For Whistleblower ComplaintsThe Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted on a handful of charter amendments to be placed on the San Francisco's November ballot, but ultimately shot down one measure that would've created a Public Advocate Office.
7 Elected Bay Area Officials Call for Voters to Decide Future of Caltrain FundingA joint statement issued by seven elected officials on Sunday calls for letting voters decide on funding for the Caltrain service which has seen ridership drop steeply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Jose Council Votes To Put ‘Strong Mayor’ Proposal On November BallotA measure to reform the city of San Jose's campaign finance and conflict-of-interest laws, increase the mayor's power and add two years to current Mayor Liccardo's term will be on the November ballot after a city council vote.
Supporters Of Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Complain Ballot Measure Description Is UnfairThe backers of Proposition 6 say the state's official description of the ballot measure is unfair because it should at least mention something about a gas tax repeal.
Santa Clara Lawmakers Vote To Put Pot Tax On November BallotThe Santa Clara City Council voted 6-to-0 in favor of putting put a marijuana tax on the November ballot.
AP Exclusive: Facing Recall, Judge Aaron Persky Has No RegretsJudge Aaron Persky says he would handle the sexual assault case of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner the same way today as he did almost two years ago.