Berkeley turned out big for Gov. Gavin Newsom, Pamela Price, Alfred Twu and Proposition 30 on Nov. 8.
Election 2022 ballot measures
Opinion: Moving forward after Measure L
As members of the No on L campaign, we have been clear that we believe investment in our city is important, but it must be done with planning, transparency and accountability.
Berkeley and Alameda County votes are completed
Ballot counting for the local ballot measures, City Council, school board,
and rent board was completed on Nov. 21 at 9:17 p.m.
Why does it take so long to count votes in Alameda County?
When will we know who won the Berkeley’s City Council races? What does “100% reported” mean? And more ballot questions answered.
Election update: Rashi Kesarwani grows lead in close District 1 race, Humbert declares victory
The $650 million infrastructure bond Measure L remains well short of passage.
Berkeley election 2022: $650M bond falls short of 2/3 margin
The measure, Berkeley’s biggest-ever bond, would have provided money to repair local infrastructure and build affordable housing.
Berkeley voters weigh in on the issues they care about
You have until 8 p.m. today to cast your ballot at the voting centers or drop off your mail-in ballot at a drop box.
Election 2022: Rashi Kesarwani, Elisa Mikiten lead fundraising for City Council
Construction unions and housing groups push campaign to pass Measure L over $300,000.
Opinion: Measure M will hurt owners of second homes, vote ‘No’
‘We kept our condo because we have grandchildren in Berkeley and come back to see them as often as possible.’
Measure M, Berkeley’s vacancy tax, aims to curb real estate speculation
Backers say it will raise up to $6 million a year and disincentivize property owners from leaving units empty. Opponents say the tax applies too broadly and won’t significantly increase housing affordability.
Election 2022: What is Measure N?
It’s on the ballot because California’s state constitution requires cities to get permission from residents to build affordable housing.
Election 2022: Unions, developers ramp up spending on ballot measures
Donors have given over $130,000 to the campaign for Measure L, a $650 million infrastructure and housing bond, in recent weeks.