At a time when the coronavirus pandemic has completely upended education at all levels, the majority of California voters support Gov. Gavin Newsom’s handling of …
Marin County voters in March will consider approving a parcel tax that would raise approximately $19.3 million a year for wildfire prevention in the county. …
San Francisco voters were asked to consider six propositions Tuesday. How ballots were cast have a direct impact on The City’s affordable housing, services for …
Healdsburg voters have passed Measure P which amends the city’s growth management ordinance.
With the upcoming Nov. 8 general election just two weeks away, more than half a million Californians registered to vote online within 48 hours leading up to Monday’s deadline.
Monday is the last day for Bay Area residents and Californians in general to register to vote for the Nov. 8 General Election.
After dodging loud protests, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to California delegates Friday.
Members of the Oakland City Council are asking voters to approve a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages, saying it will improve citizens’ health and bring in new revenue.
The State of California is saying there has been a surge of younger Californians exhibiting interest in voting in the first three months of 2016.
Vouchers for a free gram of marijuana were given away in San Jose Friday to raise awareness for petitions to legalize recreational pot statewide.
The first leg of high-speed rail in the state will stretch between the Central Valley and San Jose.
BART looks likely to put a measure for up to $4.5 billion in bond financing to fund track and station improvements on the November ballot.
Two large banners advertising Super Bowl 50 and Verizon Wireless recently installed on the Four Embarcadero building in San Francisco will shrink substantially.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday postponed for two weeks a vote on a permanent commuter shuttle program.
Officials said the change is due largely to a $248 million replacing and street safety bond.
A ballot measure introduced by Supervisors Jane Kim and Aaron Peskin Tuesday would double the amount of affordable housing developers are required to include.
A new poll in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood shows increasing public opposition to the arena plan.
Mayor Ed Lee appears to have won re-election after defeating a diverse group of candidates Tuesday.
A bond measure to fund renovations at a Los Altos park and community center was roundly rejected by voters in Tuesday’s election.
In San Mateo County’s first all-mail election Tuesday, voters in San Carlos solidly rejected a bond measure to finance the purchase of open space.