Facebook Removes Misleading Trump 'Census' Campaign AdsFacebook said Thursday it will remove some ads run by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign that it says ran afoul of its policies to "prevent confusion around the official US census."
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.
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.
'I'm Very Disappointed' - Voting Changes, Computer Glitches Mar California PrimaryA series of changes in California meant to boost voter turnout and smooth its new Super Tuesday primary election led to a surge in last-minute voters, computer problems and short-staffing.
Mike Bloomberg Drops Presidential Bid; Finished 3rd In California PrimaryBillionaire Mike Bloomberg has ended his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination and has endorsed Joe Biden.
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.
Bernie Sanders Wins California Primary; Biden Surges NationwideSenator Bernie Sanders won the biggest Super Tuesday prize: most of Californians' votes, which landed him some much needed delegates in the state with the most, according to several projections.
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.
Sunnyvale Favors District-Based Voting System, Santa Clara Doesn'tVoters in Sunnyvale appeared poised Tuesday to permanently change their city charter to formally move from at-large voting systems to district-based systems, while voters in Santa Clara appeared to reject a similar ballot measure.
Measure J Going Down To Defeat In Contra Costa CountyMeasure J -- a 35-year half-cent sales tax to raise money for local roads, buses, rail, ferries and other transportation improvement projects in Contra Costa County -- appears to have fallen far short of the wo-thirds approval needed to pass, according to initial results.
Voters In Marin, Sonoma Counties Rejecting 30-Year SMART Tax ExtensionVoters in Sonoma and Marin counties are rejecting a 30-year extension of a quarter-cent sales tax for the operation o the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit's SMART train, according to Tuesday's initial results.
Napa County Sales Tax For Park Funding Appears To Be Falling ShortMeasure K, a quarter-cent sales and use tax to preserve and maintain Napa County parks and open space, was falling short of the two-thirds vote it needs for approval late Tuesday night.
Super Tuesday: Gov. Newsom Doesn’t Reveal Which Democratic Presidential Hopeful Got His VoteCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom cast his ballot on “Super Tuesday” but didn’t reveal which of the Democratic candidates he voted for.
Breakfast With Biden; Oakland Sisters Share Restaurant Table With Presidential Candidate When Oakland sisters Dottie Moore and Dorcia White began their day Super Tuesday, they couldn't have imagine they would end up sharing a breakfast table with former Vice President Joe Biden.
Super Tuesday: Bay Area Voting Centers Ready Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAs California heads to the polls on Super Tuesday, voting centers across the Bay Area and across the state readied for large crowds amid the coronavirus outbreak.