Voter Toolbox

 

A Nonpartisan Resource for Local Elections

 Upcoming Elections | Voter RegistrationElection Results | Government Sites 

Campaign Finance DisclosureFact Checking Sites | General Resources | Political Parties


Upcoming Elections

The next scheduled election is the June 7, 2022 statewide primary election. The deadline to register is May 23, 2022.


Voter Registration

  • Register to vote
  • Check your registration status
  • Pre-register if you are 16-17
  •  Learn about Same-Day Voter Registration

You will need to re-register if you have:

  • Had a change in address
  • Changed your name
  • Changed your political party preference

To apply by paper, call (510) 267-8683 to request a paper application be mailed to you. You may also visit the Registrar of Voters Office located at 1225 Fallon Street, Room G1, Oakland, CA.

Paper Voter Registration Forms will also be available outside the Main Library during curbside pickup hours, Thursday-Friday from 1:00 - 5:00 pm.

Missed the registration deadline? You can still vote! Learn about Same Day Voter Registration here.

If you have a conviction history, check your eligibility here.

 

November 3rd General Election Results

Alameda County Registrar of Voters Results – Includes local city and county election results

California Secretary of State Statewide Results 

San Francisco Chronicle   

 

Results Summary

President – Joe Biden
Congress, District 13 – Barbara Lee
Congress, District 15 – Eric Swalwell
State Assembly, District 18 – Rob Bonta
State Assembly, District 20 – Bill Quirk
State Senate, 9th District – Nancy Skinner

San Leandro Elections

City Council
District 2 – Bryan Azevedo
District 4 – Fred Simon
District 6 – Peter Ballew

Measure V V – Passed

SLUSD Board Member, Trustee Area 5 –Diana Prola
Member, Oro Loma Sanitary District Board of Directors (2 seats) – Benny Lee, Paul Stelzmann
Director, Eden Township Health Care District (2 seats) – Pam Russo, Varsha Chauhan
Board Member, Hayward Area Recreation and Park district (3 seats)- Louis Manuel Andrade, Rick Hatcher, Peter Rosen

 

County Wide Elections

Measure V - Passed
Measure W – Passed

Alameda County Superior Court Judge, Seat #2 – Elena Condes
Director, At Large, Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District – H.E. Christian “Chris” Peeples

Statewide Propositions
Proposition 14 (Bonds to Continue Stem Cell Research) – Passed
Proposition 15 (Property Tax to Fund Schools, Govt. Services) - Failed
Proposition 16 (Affirmative Action in Government Decisions) - Failed
Proposition 17 (Restores Right to Vote After Prison Term) - Passed
Proposition 18 (17-year-old Primary Voting Rights) - Failed
Proposition 19 (Changes Certain Property Tax Rules) - Passed
Proposition 20 (Parole Restrictions for Certain Offenses) - Failed
Proposition 21 (Expands Governments’ Authority to Rent Control) - Failed
Proposition 22 (App-Based Drivers and Employee Benefits) - Passed
Proposition 23 (State Requirements for Kidney Dialysis Clinics) - Failed
Proposition 24 (Amends Consumer Privacy Laws) - Passed
Proposition 25 (Eliminates Money Bail System) - Failed

*These are results based off of Alameda County Registrar of Voters and the California Secretary of State. We will update the information as soon as possible should any results change. 


Government Sites

Alameda County Registrar of Voters - The official website for the county's Registrar of Voter’s responsible for conducting Federal, State, County, special and local elections.

California Secretary of State - Official website for the Secretary of State where you can register to vote, check voter registration and find other useful information on the upcoming election. 

Voters with Disabilities - Information from Alameda County Registrar of Voters for how voters with disabilities can access election information and 

Become a poll worker - Information on becoming a poll worker, including the application.

Federal Voting Assistance Program - Voting assistance for service members, their families and citizens living abroad.


Campaign Finance Disclosures

Federal Election Commission - Official United States Government website that tracks campaign finance and donations.

Power Search from California Secretary of State - A tool for browsing political contributions in the state of California


Fact Checking Sites

Politifact - Fact-checking website where journalists investigate statements and claims and publish their findings with ratings regarding the accuracy.

FactCheck.org - This tool is a project from the Annenburg Project Policy Center. This is a nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.

FlackCheck.org - A companion site to FactCheck.org, this site provides tools and videos that teach you how to identify fake news and bias in new coverage and political rhetoric.

AllSides Media Bias Guide - Chart that indicates biases detected in various news media sources. This infographic tool rates news sources on a scale ranging from far left  to far right. 


General Resources

Vote 411 - A "one-stop-shop" for election related material developed by the League of Women Voters. View election information based on your state, look up your polling place, deadlines, absentee and mail-in ballot information and more.

Voters Edge - A non-partisan tool for helping you navigate elections. You can look up your ballot, along with links to candidate information, by entering your zip code.

California Secretary of State Official Voter Guide - A PDF version of the voter guide California voters will receive in the mail.

League of Women Voters Pros & Cons Presentation - A recording of our library program where the non-partisan group, the Eden Area Chapter of the League of Women Voters, reviews each statewide proposition. 

 

Political Parties


Democratic Party – National | California | Alameda County

Green Party – National | California | Alameda County

Libertarian Party – National | California | Alameda County

Republican Party – National | California | Alameda County



This page is compiled and maintained by librarians at the San Leandro Public Library. Links to political parties and/or campaign websites are for informational purposes only and do not in any way constitute an endorsement.

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Site last updated01/25/2021