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Berkeley, California (Monday, October 17, 2016) - Use the City of Berkeley's election page to find out which Council district you're in and learn about measures and candidates on the November 8 ballot.

The presidential election will also have 12 Berkeley-specific measures, including one for schools, before Berkeley voters. In addition, there are races for Mayor, four City Council seats, two school board seats and four seats on the Rent Stabilization Board.

The Election Information page is an easy one-stop resource, providing helpful information on following topics:

For voting issues related to registration, voter information pamphlets, and polling places, please contact the Alameda County Registrar of Voters online or at 510-267-8683. The registrar's site also allows voters to see their Voter Profile, which includes information on:

  • Your voter registration information (address, party affiliation, vote by mail status, and registration date)
  • Your polling place
  • Your Voter Information Pamphlet
  • The status of your vote by mail ballot
  • Your preferred language
  • Whether you have chosen to receive your Voter Information Pamphlet by mail
  • Your elected officials

The November 8 election is coming soon. Get the information you need to help you vote!


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