Alameda County registrar certifies November election results

Nearly a month after the November election, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters officially certified its results on Tuesday afternoon. Fueled by a contentious presidential election, voter turnout in Alameda County topped 81 percent. The largely vote-by-mail election necessitated by the pandemic led to 75 percent of all registered voters in the county to vote … Continue reading Alameda County registrar certifies November election results

Update: Haubert raised money more than Hernandez, Wieckowski

ALSO: Campaign finance totals from Alameda County Board of supervisor and education.

Juul-backed initiative to reverse Livermore’s e-cig ban qualifies for the ballot

A initiative campaign backed by e-cigarette giant Juul to reverse an ordinance approved last month by the Livermore City Council to ban the sale of vaping products is heading to the ballot next year. Livermore followed San Francisco last July in banning the sale and distribution of e-cigarettes, in an effort to curb youngsters from … Continue reading Juul-backed initiative to reverse Livermore’s e-cig ban qualifies for the ballot

AD16 continues to trend toward Bauer-Kahan, as Baker’s lead slips to 339 votes

A monumental upset appears in the offing, one that would strip the GOP of its lone state legislator in the East Bay.

Spread in Fremont’s District 4 council race is just 4 votes

Vote leader has changed three times since Election Night on Nov. 6.

Alameda officials considered lawsuit against Daysog’s rent ballot argument

Daysog filed his own lawsuit against the city last June to remove the council-approved ballot question for the landlord-backed rent stabilization charter amendment measure this fall.

AD15: It’s Wicks versus Beckles in November

Richmond Councilmember Jovanka Beckles completed her electoral comeback Thursday by securing the second spot in the 15th Assembly District fall election. With Alameda County concluding its vote count Wednesday night, Beckles appears to have an insurmountable 295-vote lead over Oakland Councilmember Dan Kalb. Up next is the winner of the June 5 primary, fellow Democrat … Continue reading AD15: It’s Wicks versus Beckles in November

Price concedes, tells supporters: ‘I’ll be back !’

Price made no reference to her opponent, Alameda County DA Nancy O'Malley, in her statement.

ALCO AUDITOR PREVIEW: Who will win the race to keep an eye on the county’s books?

The East Bay's only true "toss-up" race on June 5 represents the status quo versus change.

Barbara Lee is unopposed, but has five official write-in candidates, including popular Oakland adult store owner

Despite all the talk, there is no qualified write-in candidate to protest Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern's re-election.