Up to 160 Votes Not Counted Due to Error at Oakland Polling PlacePoll workers at a voting site on the campus of Mills College incorrectly told up to 200 people that their paper ballot was only a receipt and that it could be taken home, leading to the votes not being counted.
Bay Area Voters Watch Ballot Counting Drama With Intense InterestAs the Bay Area and the nation await election results, many Americans have been left in a lingering state of suspended tension and anxiety.
Most San Francisco Supervisor Races Confirmed, At Least One Too Close To CallRaces for most San Francisco district supervisors appear to be confirmed while at least one remains too close to call, according to the latest election results released Thursday.
Incumbent Supervisor Glover Wins Sixth Term In Contra Costa CountyIncumbent Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal Glover has won a sixth term, soundly defeating County Assessor Gus Kramer.
2 Incumbents, 2 Newcomers Likely Headed For Santa Rosa City CouncilVoters in Santa Rosa appeared ready to elect two new City Council members and welcome back two incumbents based on unofficial vote tallies from the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters, early Wednesday morning.
Prop 21: California Voters Reject Measure To Expand Rent ControlVoters have rejected a measure that would have let California cities expand rent control. Proposition 21 would have let cities limit rent hikes on properties that are more than 15 years old.
Prop 17: California Restores Right To Vote To Felons On ParoleA ballot measure restoring the right to vote for felons on parole has been decisively passed by California voters.
California Voter Polls Show Negative View About Country’s DirectionCalifornia voters said their negative views on the direction of the country guided their votes for president, according to an expansive AP survey of the American electorate.
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.
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.
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.
'Ride Out To Vote' Delivers Ballots To Alameda Courthouse On HorsebackThere was the clip-clop of hooves on asphalt Friday, as a group of voters trotted down the streets of Oakland and dropped off their ballots at the Alameda County Courthouse.
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: Behind-The-Scenes Look Inside New Warriors Safe Polling Place In OaklandThe Warriors may have moved to San Francisco, but they are still very active in the Oakland community. From Saturday through Election Day, people can vote at the team's former practice facility in Oakland.
Bay Area Election Officials Grapple With Avalanche Of Mail-In Ballots Over 2 Weeks Before Election DayBy the end of this Friday, about 22 million Americans will have already voted, almost two million of those here in California.