Voting

Official citywide election results released by SF Department of Elections

The San Francisco Department of Elections released the final, certified results for the…

 

SF City Hall sees second highest early voter turnout

Election Day at City Hall in San Francisco did not appear to…

 

SFSU students to get out the vote on campus

Students who live on campus at San Francisco State University will be…

 

Lower the voting age

Want to improve our democracy, increase voter turnout and send a strong…

As SF ‘feels the Bern’ and touts #ImWithHer, turnout numbers strong

From the state senate to the Democratic presidential primary, it’s still anyone’s…

SFUSD to start teaching kids as young as 16 about voting

Another round of legislation in support of lowering the voting age in…

New laws in 2016 show states are diverging on guns, voting

TRENTON, N.J. — Laws taking effect at the start of the new…

San Francisco could lead on open source voting

Nowhere in the United States is there an open source voting system.…

Youth voting effort in SF postponed for at least another year

San Francisco could become the first major city to bestow upon its…

Voting doesn’t have to suck in America

For a nation that prides itself on democracy, we sure make voting…

Districts’ fairness reviewed

Having recently settled a lawsuit that alleged discriminatory election practices, San Mateo…

City figuring out how to drag voters to the polls

When I cast my vote about 6 p.m. Tuesday, I was only…

Too many candidates causing problems in San Francisco elections

Supervisor David Campos has proposed a charter amendment to “tweak” San Francisco’s…

High school teacher faces fines for helping students vote

DIM BULB: Florida high school civics teacher Jill Cicciarelli could face thousands…

Web registering may shake up voter rolls in California

Registering to vote might soon be as easy as placing an online…

Voting by mail can result in unintended consequences

Think of long lines of people standing in the rain, voters huddled…

County tests voting machines

San Mateo County elections officials began testing electronic voting equipment this week…

Examiner Editorial: Time for transparency in Black Panther case

On Election Day 2008, three members of the New Black Panther Party…

Officials still lag on economy

Some city supervisors continue to stall on job creation and government efficiency,…

Economics for progressives: The Daniel Klein survey explains a lot

Who's smarter than a fifth grader in economics? Not the progressive left,…