Marin County Sees High Turnout of Poll Workers, Less VotersDon Ford reports on how Marin County had to turn away poll worker volunteers because so many asked to volunteer.
Mood Of Uncertainty Reigns On Election Day Eve In San FranciscoThe mood in San Francisco ranged from excitement to nervous anxiety on Election Day eve. With just hours to go, Joe Vazquez talked to people at Fisherman's Wharf.
California Secretary Of State Alex Padilla Talks About Record Early Voter TurnoutKPIX 5 's Allen Martin talks to California Secretary Of State Alex Padilla about California's record voter turnout. More than 22 million ballots have already been cast.
Bay Area Republicans Feel Emboldened To Show Their Support For TrumpThe Bay Area has been a Democratic stronghold for a long time, but John Ramos tells us the presidency of Donald Trump has emboldened Republicans here to speak out like never before.
Bay Area Counties See Steady Stream of In-Person, Early VotingWith just two days remaining in the historic 2020 election, Bay Area counties are seeing record early voting but the polling infrastructure is not being overwhelmed -- yet. Da Lin reports. (11-1-20)
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. Wilson Walker reports. (10-31-20)
Early Voting in South Bay Soars Past Previous Presidential ElectionIn Santa Clara County, more than 575,000 people have already mailed in or dropped off their ballots. Devin Fehely reports. (10-31-20)
In-Person Voting Set to Expand Across the Bay Area SaturdayLevi's Stadium is one of 100 full-service voting centers in Santa Clara County that will be open Saturday through Election Day. Already the county has seen record early-voting numbers as Betty Yu reports. (10-30-20)
Vote Smart: Small Errors Can Trip Up Your BallotAs of Friday, San Francisco has received nearly 270,000 early ballots. Director of Elections John Arntz says a small fraction of them have been rejected for (mostly) human errors. Don Ford reports. (10-30-20)
'Ride Out To Vote' Delivers Ballots By Horseback To Alameda Co. Courthouse''Ride Out To Vote' trotted down the streets of Oakland to drop off their ballots on horseback at the Alameda County Courthouse on Monday, as part of a movement to encourage people to vote any way they can.
As More Bay Area Polls Open Those Who Prefer Voting In Person Queue UpIn-person voting started Friday in some Bay Area counties and expands on Saturday nearly everywhere else. Wilson Walker reports. (10-30-20)
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
Bay Area Groups Get Out the Vote From Afar as Election NearsAdapting to a political landscape caused by COVID-19, some Bay Area groups have found a way to help drive voters in battleground states to the polls from a distance. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-29-20)
CoCo County Seeks Dozens of Ballots Missing From Richmond Drop BoxContra Costa County election officials say they're investigating reports that dozens of voters who deposited their ballots into a drop box at Richmond city hall have not been able to confirm their ballots were received. Wilson Walker reports. (10-29-20)
Vote Smart: Crime Crackdown on Ballot With Prop 20Proposition 20 would expand the list of felonies for which those convicted are ineligible for early parole, increase penalties for repeat shoplifters and collect DNA samples from adults convicted of some misdemeanors. Kenny Choi reports. (10-29-20)
Silicon Valley Business Advocacy Group CEO Resigns Over Campaign AdMatt Mahood, president and CEO of the business advocacy group Silicon Valley Organization (SVO) resigned in the wake of a racist campaign ad on its website. Len Ramirez reports. (10-29-20)
Oakland Ballot Measure S1 Could Change City's Police CommissionOakland will vote on Measure S1 on Nov. 3 ballot. As Andrea Nakano explains, it would make the city's Police Commission an independent body to review issues of police brutality and reform.
KPIX Vote Smart: Campaign 2020 In The Home Stretch As Trump, Biden Stump Across U.S.Campaign 2020 is in the home stretch with President Trump attending rallies in the Midwest and Vice-President Biden at back-to-back events in Georgia. CBS reporter Skyler Henry is tracking both candidates from Washington D.C.
Nearly Half Of All Registered Voters In Bay Area Have Already VotedWith Election Day just a week away, there are some surprising numbers in the Bay Area. Wilson Walker tells us, nearly half of all registered voters here, have already voted.
KPIX Vote Smart: Q & A With Sonoma County Registrar Of Voters Deva ProtoHelping you Vote Smart: Deva Proto with the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters answers questions about Election 2020.
San Mateo County Mobile Voting Center A Welcome Convenience In Remote AreasSan Mateo County's new mobile voting center make voting easy and convenient. Devin Fehely takes us inside.
Bay Area Voting Centers Open on WeekendsFrom San Francisco to San Mateo to San Jose voting centers are opening their doors on weekends as record numbers take advantage of early voting. Devin Fehely reports. (10-24-20)
Congresswoman Barbara Lee Talks To BR About COVID-19, HEROES Act, Election 2020Congresswoman Barbara Lee talks to Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry about COVID-19 and current negotiations over the HEROES Act -- passed by the House of Representatives but stalled in the Senate -- and the impact on millions of Americans.

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