Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties went to the polls today — view our photo gallery of voters.
Palo Alto voters decide Tuesday whether to allow three medicinal marijuana dispensaries to operate in the city. Other places, including San Jose and Los Angeles, have allowed dispensaries with mixed results.
This is the final installment of a two-part Peninsula Press series featuring data visualizations that track the money behind California’s statewide ballot measures.
As the November election grows closer, the battle lines are being drawn over the future of the death penalty in California. Voters are likely to be able to vote on abolishing the state’s death penalty.
San Franciscans and visitors turned out in droves to the city’s Civic Center for the annual pride parade. The festival comes just two days after New York voted to legalize gay marriage.
On Election Day, voters approved a number of local marijuana taxes, which may bring simmering tensions between California and federal drug laws to a boil.
Four students share their opinions on the propositions they have taken to heart and describe the factors that have led them to vote.
Voters in Half Moon Bay yesterday rejected Measure K, a proposed one-cent sales tax increase that city leaders had portrayed as a life-saving measure for the coastal community swimming in debt.