Presidential Candidates In Home Stretch Of 2020 Campaign; Trump Website Briefly HackedNatalie Brand reports on President Trump and former Vice President Biden continuing campaign stops less than a week before Election Day (10-28-2020)
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.
Get A Sneak Peek Inside The New Warriors Safe Polling Place In OaklandWarriors president Rick Welts gives Betty Yu a sneak peak inside the new safe polling place at the teams Oakland facility.
Santa Clara County Law Enforcement Warns Of Zero Tolerance For Voter Intimidation Or TamperingSanta Clara County law enforcement are sending out a warning that there will be zero tolerance of voter intimidation. So far, there's no sign of trouble as early voting is in full swing. Len Ramirez reports officials are trying to keep it that way. (10/26/20)
Interview: Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters Updates Early Voting TurnoutIn Santa Clara County, about 400,000 voters have already cast their ballots. Registrar of Voters Evelyn Mendez talks about how her office is managing the early turnout.
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.
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.
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)
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)
Federal Authorities Ask Silicon Valley Companies For Help After Latest Claims Of International Election InterferenceKiet Do reports on Google providing assistance after FBI issues warning about Russian and Iranian election interference online (10-22-2020)
Candidates Prepare For Final Presidential DebateNatalie Brand reports on final preparation for Presidential debate in Nashville Thursday night (10-22-2020)
Feds Warn Of Election Interference; Bay Area Officials Say Your Vote Is SafeBay Area election officials react after the FBI Director and the Director of National Intelligence warned of election interference efforts by Iran and Russia. Kiet Do 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.
FBI Director Wray, DNI Ratcliffe Say Iran, Russia Accessed Some Voter Registration DataTop intelligence officials held a last-minute briefing with reporters on election security Wednesday night, announcing that Iran and Russia have taken actions in an attempt to compromise the election, specifically obtaining some voter registration data. (10/21/20)
Mute Button Coming To Final Presidential DebateOrganizers of Thursday's final presidential debate announced new rules that give President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden two uninterrupted minutes to answer questions at the start of each segment, with one candidate's microphone to be muted while the other has the floor.
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.
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)