Newsom Plays Hoops, Thanks Poll Workers At Warriors' Oakland Election FacilityIn an Election Day visit to the Bay Area, Gov. Gavin Newsom thanked poll workers and played basketball Tuesday at the Golden State Warriors’ downtown Oakland facility, which is also a polling place this year.
San Jose Hospital Prepares For Cardiac Patients Over Election-Related StressAt least one Bay Area hospital prepared for a possible surge in cardiac patients as Election Day returns start flowing in Tuesday night.
In Their Own Words: East Bay Voters Explain What Drove Them To Polls In 2020 ElectionThe Elections Office in Contra Costa County stayed busy Tuesday with a steady stream of voters arriving to cast their ballots. But what were the issues driving the choices they made?
Waymo Pulls Self-Driving Cars From San Francisco Over Concerns About Post-Election UnrestWaymo, the self-driving company of Google's parent company Alphabet, has suspended its self-driving operations in San Francisco as businesses and cities in the Bay Area and across the country brace for potential unrest.
Election Tension: East Bay Businesses Prepare For Possible UnrestIn many places around the Bay Area, people are boarding up shops and preparing for the unknown in the wake of Tuesday's presidential election.
Silicon Valley Organization Dissolves Political Action Committee In Fallout Over Racist AdOn the eve of the election, the Silicon Valley Organization announced Monday that it is dissolving its political action committee amid continuing fallout over a racist campaign ad.
11.8 Million Californians Have Already Voted Ahead Of Election Day, Secretary Of State ReportsIn another sign of unprecedented turnout for the 2020 election, more than half of California's registered voters had already cast ballots ahead of Election Day, the Secretary of State's office announced.
Mendocino County Sheriff To Provide Extra Patrols At Polling Locations On Election DayThe Mendocino County Sheriff's Office announced that there would be additional patrols of polling sites on Election Day, amid concerns about potential violence in the wake of Tuesday's vote.
Santa Clara County Extends Time To Correct Ballot ErrorsWhen Santa Clara County resident Scott Brown mailed in his ballot Oct. 8, he said the Registrar of Voters notified him the next day that it had been received. But two days later, he was told there was a problem.
San Francisco Bay Area Latino Voters' Main Concerns: COVID-19, Healthcare, EconomyWhether it's Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden playing the popular song "Despacito" at a rally or President Donald Trump posing with Goya Bean products, these simple attempts at appealing to Latinx voters don't work. The powerful voting bloc needs more.
Bay Area Counties See Unprecedented Early VotingBay Area election officials said they are seeing unprecedented voter turnout and they're encouraging people to vote early on Monday to avoid potential lines Tuesday.
California Propositions: State Voters Asked To Roll Back Affirmative Action And Property Tax LawsTuesday’s election will test the boundaries of California’s left-leaning politics as a new generation of state voters is being asked to roll back affirmative action and property tax laws put in place decades ago.
Widespread Weekend Polling Stations Get Thumbs-Up From East Bay VotersPolling stations opened across the Bay Area Saturday -- 100 in Alameda County alone. Driven by necessity, this may be a function of the pandemic that stays when Covid is gone.
Bay Area Voters Line Up As More In-Person Polling Places OpenFor weeks now there has been an intense focus on mail-in ballots, drop boxes, signatures and ballot tracking. This weekend, the story is going to be in-person voting as polling places open across the Bay Area.
KPIX Vote Smart: Out Of 270,000 Early Ballots Already Cast In San Francisco Errors Are RareAs of Friday, San Francisco has received nearly 270,000 early ballots. San Francisco Director of Elections, John Arntz says, a small fraction of which has been rejected for errors, human errors.