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.
KPIX Vote Smart: Nearly Half Of All Bay Area Registered Voters Have Already VotedOne week out from Election Day and about half the Bay Area's registered voters have already cast their ballots. In some counties, those ballots are already making their way through the scanning machines.
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.
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.
Santa Clara County Registrar To Be Audited Over Election ErrorsA state Assembly committee has approved an audit of the Santa Clara County Registrar's Office over the number of election errors coming from the office.
Santa Clara County Seeks State Review Of Election Results After IT Manager Abruptly ResignsThe Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters said Friday she is asking for the Secretary of State to conduct a review of Tuesday’s election results after an IT worker in the office abruptly resigned on the eve of the election.
Tuesday Last Day To Request A Vote By Mail Ballot For Nov. 4 ElectionToday is the last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot for the state's Nov. 4 general election, election officials said.
California 2012 Primary Election Underway As Early Voting BeginsMonday marked the first day of voting for the June primary election. Ballots for the June 5 contest were going out, and in-person voting was an option at local registrar's offices.
California Voters Set Precedent With Mail-In BallotsFor the first time in a general election, more than half of California voters were expected to cast ballots by mail. That, in turn, meant that results of closer races could be delayed for several days.
Registration Deadline Nears For Would-Be California VotersAcross the Bay Area, like in so many other communities around California, an aggressive effort was launched to encourage adults to register to vote.