SF City Leaders Allege Police Association Is Trying To Buy District Attorney RaceJust one day ahead of the Nov. 5 election, San Francisco city leaders on Monday were alleging the city's police officers association is trying to buy the district attorney's race.
New California Law Expands Same-Day Voter RegistrationCalifornia will allow voters to register on Election Day at all polling places in 2020.
California Lawmakers Delay Bill Making Election Day A HolidayCalifornia lawmakers have delayed a proposal to make Election Day a statewide holiday.
Bay Area Lawmaker Renews Push To Make Election Day A HolidayAssemblyman Evan Low, D-Campbell, on Wednesday reintroduced a bill in the California State Legislature to make Election Day a state holiday.
Election Day Deals: Show Your 'I Voted' Sticker For A FreebieDid you vote today? Give yourself a cookie - or some fries, a cup of coffee, a discount ride, or some booze. Here are some of the offers at national chains for those participating in today's election.
Prop 6 Gas Tax Recall Race Tightens On Eve Of ElectionOn election eve Monday, one East Bay gas station offered people a chance to win free gas as part of a PR blitz in support of Prop 6, the measure to repeal part of the state gas tax.
Mayor Breed, Salesforce CEO On Opposite Ends For Prop CMarc Benioff is a vocal proponent of Prop C, which aims to reduce homelessness by creating housing and expanding mental health services. But not everyone is happy about Prop C, including London Breed.
Oakland Mayor Absent At Community Forum As Opponents Aim For Her SeatOakland mayor Libby Schaaf was absent at a community questioning in East Oakland, where candidates running for her seat laid out their visions for the city.
Cox, Newsom Hash Things Out Over Breakfast As Election Day NearsThe two candidates running to be California's next governor hashed things out Tuesday morning over breakfast, at an event held by former SF mayor Willie Brown.
Election 2018: California Republicans Outnumber Democrats In Early Voting So FarElection Day is around the corner and Californians have been voting for three weeks. Given the data on who has voted so far, it does not point to a big surge, or a so-called 'blue wave' for Democrats.
Burnt Toast Prompts Evacuation Of Santa Clara Co. Registrar Of VotersHundreds of people, including residents trying to vote, were briefly evacuated from a Santa Clara County building in San Jose on Election Day.
Uber, Zipcar, Lyft Offer Free Rides, Discounts On Election DayRide-sharing companies like Uber, Zipcar and Lyft are planning all sorts of promotions for Election Day.
Judge Keeps California’s Ballot-Selfie Ban In EffectCalifornia voters who want to share photos of their marked ballots in next week's election are out of luck.
Voting Rights Groups Prepare To Monitor California Polling PlacesThe stepped-up efforts are happening as officials in the diverse state brace for a potentially high turnout in the presidential election year
Election Day Becomes Day Off At Growing Number Of Tech CompaniesSome big name tech companies in the Bay Area are offering employees a new perk: a day off to vote.