Redistricting Based On Census Data May Give Latinos In Marin County More Political CloutAfter each new census, every county in California is obligated by law to re-evaluate its political districts. They just approved the new boundaries in Marin and it may result in more political clout for the county's Latinos.
San Francisco Bans City-Funded Travel To States Over Voting RestrictionsSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance to ban all city-funded travel to states that have recently enacted laws restricting voting rights.
Gov. Newsom Signs Bill To Make Pandemic-Era Mail-In Voting Permanent In CaliforniaGov. Newsom signed a bill Monday to make permanent the state's pandemic-era process of mailing an election ballot to every active registered voter in the state.
California Recall: Polls Show Newsom Winning But Experts Say Wait Until Votes Are CountedOn Tuesday, Californians will decide whether Governor Gavin Newsom should stay in office, or go. The governor is painting the recall election as an opportunity to reject a Republican takeover of the nation's biggest Democratic stronghold.
Newsom Bounces Back in Recall PollingNew polling numbers show that the recall race has gone from a statistical tie, to a 22 point advantage in Governor Gavin Newsom's favor.
Registration Deadline Tuesday For Sonoma Co. Special Election On March 2Tuesday is the deadline for people living in parts of western Sonoma County to register to vote if they want to participate in a special election next month that will decide the fate of two tax measures.
Ballots Sent Out For March 2 Special Election In Western Sonoma CountySonoma County began sending out ballots this week for two special elections taking place in March on tax measures in the western part of the county.
California Secretary Of State: Over 99% Of Mail-In Ballots Accepted In Presidential ElectionCalifornia election officials announced Friday that 99.4% of more than 15 million mail-in ballots were verified and counted in the November election.
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.