Chef Robert Dorsey Cooks Up Sen. Kamala Harris-Inspired Election Night GumboBay Area Chef Robert Dorsey invites BR in the kitchen while he makes his delicious Senator Harris-inspired gumbo. Enjoy Chef Dorsey's Election Night Gumbo at home while you watch the returns -- available with all the trimmings, November 1 - November 3. To order, go to chefrobertdorsey.com/meals-to-go.
Vote Smart: Early Voting Becomes the New Normal for Major ElectionsWith so many early voting options, it's time to re-think the definition of Election Day. As one county registrar of voters says, it's no longer the "Big Deal" but rather the "Big Reveal." Andria Borba reports. (10-23-20)
Vote Smart: Signature Is Key to Ensure Your Ballot Is CountedAn unprecedented number of votes will be cast in this election by mail-in ballot and making sure your vote gets counted may come down to the signature on the envelope it's in. Devin Fehely reports. (10-23-20)
Final Presidential Debate: More Civil But Will Opinions Change?Pres. Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden faced off Thursday night and millions watched. Early reactions seemed to suggest little change in the presidential race. Team coverage. (10-22-20)
Santa Clara Mayor Calls Out 49ers for Campaign Spending in City Council ElectionSanta Clara's mayor said 49ers Jed York is trying to buy influence over Santa Clara city council. Len Ramirez reports. (10-22-20)
SF Registrar Of Voters Sees Strong Early Voter TurnoutWith less than two weeks to go until Election Day, Allen Martin talks to the San Francisco Registrar of Voters, John Arntz, about the numbers they are seeing, so far, in the process.
Bay Area Election Workers Get Head Start On BallotsElection workers in the Bay Area are not counting votes yet, but Wilson Walker reports, they are doing the next best thing.
Be Woke.Vote Informs, Inspires A New Generation Of Young Voters Of ColorFilmmaker Deon Taylor, co-founder of Be Woke.Vote, talks to BR host Jan Mabry about a nationwide movement to inform and inspire young people of color to vote and make their voices heard.
KPIX Original Report: KPIX Survey Puts USPS On-Time Mail Delivery To The TestKPIX 5 wanted to know if Bay Area voters can trust the United States Post Office to deliver mail-in ballots on time. Kenny Choi has the results.
East Bay Lawmaker Up For Re-Election Says Campaign Signs Were Stolen, Taken DownOakland City Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney up for re-election is crying foul after her campaign signs were stolen. Juliette Goodrich says she's not pointing fingers, and instead asking everyone to be less aggressive.
California Residents Rush On to Register Last Day of Voter RegistrationDevin Fehely reports on the rush for California residents to register to vote before the deadline.
Bay Area Counties Grapple With Avalanche of Mailed BallotsIn county registrar of voters offices across the state workers are busy verifying signatures and getting ballots ready for processing in what is shaping up to be an historic absentee-ballot election. Wilson Walker reports from Palo Alto. (10-16-20)
Vote Smart: Polling Expert Analyzes State of the Presidential RaceKPIX 5's Ken Bastida talks election news with Kathy Frankovic, one of the world's leading experts in public-opinion polling. (10-16-20)
Vote Smart: The Battle Over Prop 22Are Uber drivers and other members of the "gig economy" truly independent contractors? Or are the actually part-time employees, eligible for the same benefits as other such workers receive? Devin Fehely delves into the controversy over Proposition 22. (10-15-20)
Given Huge Early Turnout San Mateo Co. Election Officials Assure Votes Will Be CountedJoe Vazquez goes behind the scenes in San Mateo County to see what election officials are doing to make sure votes are counted.
Vote Smart: Viewers' Early-Voting Questions AnsweredNapa County Registrar of Voters John Tuteur answers viewers' questions about voting in this historic election. (10-9-20)
Vote Smart: Proposition 23 and the Dialysis IndustryDevin Fehely takes a close look at how Prop 23 would potentially overhaul the dialysis industry. (10-9-20)
As First Week of Early Voting Ends Counties See Surge in Ballots CastThe first week of early voting is coming to an end and one thing is clear: a lot of voters have already cast their ballots, Wilson Walker reports. (10-9-20)
Trump Set to Return to Campaigning as Biden Stumps in NevadaPres. Trump will head back on the campaign trail on Monday and, tomorrow, he'll host an event from the White House. Meanwhile, Joe Biden hit the campaign trail in the battleground state of Nevada. Debra Alfarone reports from Washington. (10-9-20)
East Bay Man Receives Multiple, Misdirected BallotsA Lafayette man has some extra ballots on his hands. They arrived at the correct address but the problem is: the people they were addressed to don't live there and never did. Wilson Walker reports. (10-8-20)
Santa Clara County Gears Up for Influx of Poll WatchersSanta Clara County's registrar of voters is preparing for a potential increase in poll observers during the presidential election, after Pres. Trump called on his supporters to go to the polls on election night. Len Ramirez reports. (10-1-20)
Contra Costa County Prepares for Deluge of Mail-In BallotsIn KPIX 5's Vote Smart series Andria Borba looks into how your ballot will be processed here in California. She reports from Orinda where Contra Costa County is already rehearsing for election day. (9-24-20)
Analysis: Prop 16 Would Reverse California's Affirmative Action BanKPIX 5's Andria Borba takes a closer look at Proposition 68, on the November ballot, that would reverse California's ban on affirmative action in 1996.
Gov. Newsom Dials Back Criticism of Trump on Eve of President's Visit to CaliforniaDespite leading a state that overwhelmingly opposed Donald Trump for president, Governor Gavin Newsom has mostly been quiet about publicly criticizing the president. Emily Turner reports. (9-13-20)