'It Kind Of Hurts My Heart' - Bay Area Democrats Watch Election Vote Count With Anxiety, HopeOn the day after Election Day, some Bay Area Democrats say they are in a state of heightened anxiety, combined with disappointment and hopelessness as they wait for a final result.
Bay Area Trump Supporters Keep Lower Profile As Election Is Too Close To CallIt was hard to get people to talk about the Presidential Election on Wednesday, especially Bay Area Republicans. Many of them are concerned about any repercussions for speaking out now that Joe Biden is gaining more ground.
Past Presidential Races Illustrate Nation's History Of Election ControversyThe 2020 election is shaping up to be one for the history books, and that may be the place to look for some perspective on what’s happening.
All-Day Event In San Jose Promotes Peaceful Election TransitionSilicon Valley faith leaders, along with 28 South Bay nonprofits, are hosting an all-day event Wednesday at San Jose City Hall Plaza to promote a peaceful transition in the 2020 presidential election.
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.
Some Voters Feeling Anxious As They Head To PollsFour days out from Election Day, pre-election anxiety is building up for many voters dropping off their ballots and waiting in lines outside polling places.
REPORT: Misinformation Campaigns Target Harris More Than PenceLong before Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced her as his running mate, Kamala Harris was the target of widespread online misinformation.
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.
'Voters Have Responded' - 1.5 Million Californians Have Turned In Ballots 3 Weeks Before Election DayWith less than three weeks until Election Day, the California Secretary of State's office said elections officials have received 10 times as many vote-by-mail ballots so far compared to this point in 2016.
Contra Costa County Officials Begin Processing Flood Of Early BallotsA record number of Bay Area voters are turning in their ballots weeks ahead of election day, a practice that is making the jobs of local county registrars much easier.