Google Removes Misleading Ads Related To Voting, ElectionsGoogle said Monday it has removed misleading and fraudulent ads targeting Americans looking for information about how to vote in November's presidential election.
Legislature Approves Bill To Mail Ballots To All California VotersThe California Assembly on Thursday sent Gov. Newsom a bill to require county election officials to mail a ballot to every registered voter in the state.
California Sets In-Person Voting Rules Under Coronavirus ThreatThe decision is an effort by the administration to balance the necessity of protecting public health during the coronavirus outbreak, while recognizing that some residents want, or need, to vote in person.
Oakland Lawmakers Put Youth School Board Voting On November BallotOakland teens are one step closer to voting in school board elections following the City Council's decision Tuesday to put the idea on the November ballot.
San Francisco May Allow 16 & 17-Year-Olds To Vote In Municipal ElectionsSeveral San Francisco supervisors are supporting a charter amendment that will be introduced at Tuesday's board meeting that would give voting rights to 16- and 17-year-old city residents for municipal elections.
Bernie Sanders' Bay Area Supporters In Tough Spot After End Of Presidential RunBernie Sanders' presidential campaign came to an end Wednesday as the Vermont senator announced he was withdrawing from the race, leaving many of his supporters in the Bay Area in a tough spot.
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.
Campaigns Make Final Push Before Super Tuesday In Bay AreaPolls in the Bay Area open at 7 a.m. on Super Tuesday. California is the biggest prize on the map by far, with more than 400 delegates at stake.
Proposed California Legislation Would Penalize Registered Voters Who Fail To VoteAmericans often celebrate the right to vote in this country, but at what point does that right become an obligation? A Marin assemblyman is proposing legislation that would penalize people who fail to cast their ballots.
California Officials Say Iowa Caucus Problems Can't Happen In PrimaryThe botched voting process in the Iowa caucuses has California officials reassuring voters ahead of the upcoming March 3rd primary.
Pelosi Poses With House Democratic Women In White To Honor SuffragettesBay Area Democratic women in Congress posed front and center for a photo-op wearing white on Tuesday, just before President Trump's State of the Union Address.
Civil Grand Jury Finds San Mateo County Election Channels Vulnerable to Cyber AttackSan Mateo County's online election information channels, such as its results website and official social media accounts, are vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to a new report issued Wednesday by the Civil Grand Jury.
Immigration, Voting Issues Will Be Addressed At The Latino Policy SummitThe Latino Policy Summit got underway in California, bringing hundreds of leaders together to strategize on issues involving immigration and voting in the Latin-American community.
Measure Allowing California Parolees To Vote May Be On 2020 BallotThe amendment announced Monday would affect nearly 50,000 ex-felons who currently are prohibited from registering to vote in local, state or federal elections.
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.