With ballots in San Mateo County now counted, Belmont’s new at-large mayor representing the entire city will be current Mayor Julia Mates, while Planning Commissioner Gina Latimerlo has won a seat in District 1 and educator Robin Pang-Maganaris ran unopposed in District 3.
Foster City has elected two new councilmembers in Stacy Jimenez and Art Kiesel following final election results, bringing new voices on housing to the council.
Two tight council races in San Mateo have winners following final ballot counts, with Lisa Diaz Nash, Robert Newsom and Adam Loraine headed to the dais as the first representatives for districts 1, 3 and 5.
With some of the closely watched races from the Nov. 8 election finalized over the weekend, attention is turning to some of the other close races in Redwood City and even the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District Board of Trustees.
Congress District 15: Kevin Mullin-55.5% (WINS), David Canepa-45.5%
A tight race to represent San Mateo County’s District 2 appears to have come to an end with Noelia Corzo becoming the first Latina official to sit on the Board of Supervisors and her opponent, Councilmember Charles Stone, conceding.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors District 2 seat up for grabs in last week’s election will be held by school board trustee and social worker Noelia Corzo, who declared victory Thursday.
Noelia Corzo has extended her lead over Charles Stone by 715 votes for the District 2 seat on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors while Adam Loraine has also pulled to 145 votes ahead of Rod Linhares for the District 5 seat on the San Mateo City Council, according to the latest vote co…
Every vote counts and the adage is ringing true in San Mateo County where multiple races for various governing boards still remain too close to call about a week out from Election Day.
Many races for elected office in San Mateo County remain too tight to call after new returns were published Thursday night showing little changes and thousands more ballots still waiting to be counted.
Kevin Mullin, a former South San Francisco mayor turned state assemblymember, won his bid to represent much of San Mateo County in the House of Representatives, beating out Supervisor David Canepa for the seat being vacated by Jackie Speier.
Menlo Park Councilmember Ray Mueller is likely to be San Mateo County’s new District 3 supervisor according to early returns on election night but results were too tight to call in the race for District 2 supervisor between Noelia Corzo and Charles Stone.
San Mateo’s Districts 1 and 3 appear on their way to be represented by Lisa Diaz Nash and Robert Newsom, while most incumbents in other city races look set to retain their seats.
This election’s races for seats on school boards featured three incumbents in San Carlos with a commanding lead, a landslide in San Mateo-Foster City and a race still too close to completely call in Belmont-Redwood Shores.
South San Francisco voted in favor of affordable public housing with Measure AA leading with 4,371 votes, or 57.5%, while Measure DD, a new tax on large businesses to fund child care for all children between 2 1/2 and 5 for residents and employees is falling short with 3,338 votes in favor, …
School districts in San Mateo County saw a wave of support flood in for bond measures placed on the ballot this November, according to early returns from the county’s Elections Office.
Congress District 15: Kevin Mullin-57% (WINS), David Canepa-43%
The end of one of San Mateo County’s biggest campaign seasons comes to an end in four days and election officials are gearing up to process thousands of ballots from hundreds of unique races.
A $436 million bond measure meant to help fund capital improvements at South San Francisco Unified School District campuses will appear on the ballot this November.
South San Francisco’s Measure DD addresses the need for universal early child care for families who live or work in the city by imposing an annual tax on large commercial offices generating approximately $55.9 million annually.
The Sequoia Union High School District has placed a $591 million bond measure on the November ballot, which officials say would go toward vital campus improvements, however, opponents say now is the wrong time to be making such a large ask.
Three seats on the South San Francisco City Council are open this year but only two feature contested races.
Two seats on the San Bruno City Council are up for grabs with four candidates in District 1 and District 4 featuring an incumbent and a planning commissioner.
The Redwood City School District is seeking support for a $298 million bond measure to fund projects like modernizing classrooms and installing heating and cooling systems but opponents argue those goals could be achieved in other more measured ways and the additional tax would place an undu…
San Mateo’s District 5 will have two candidates to pick from this election in Library Board Trustee Rod Linhares and Sustainability and Infrastructure Commissioner Adam Loraine.
Three candidates are competing to represent San Mateo in District 3, representing the Central, Sunnybrae, 19th Avenue Park and Bay Meadows neighborhoods.
Two candidates are running to represent San Mateo District 1, with businessman Nick Atkeson and Library Board Trustee Lisa Diaz Nash competing.
A crowded race has taken shape around three seats on the San Carlos City Council, giving voters the choice between five candidates this November.
Two seats are available on the Millbrae City Council this November but only one contested race as the city transitions to district elections.
Three seats on the Redwood City Council are up for grabs this November but only two feature contested races as the city completes its transition to district elections.
Voters in Foster City have a choice of five candidates vying for two seats on the council in this year’s November election.
In the November election for Belmont’s City Council District 1, Planning Commissioner Gina Latimerlo is running against Realtor Michael Craig to represent East Belmont, with issues of land use and budget top of mind.
A crowded race of five candidates has formed for two short-term seats on the San Carlos School District Board of Trustees.
All five seats on the San Carlos School District Board of Trustees are up for grabs with four vying for the three available full-term seats.
Of the three races for the San Mateo-Foster City School District Board of Trustees, the governing body of the largest district in the county, only one is contested.
Two races for seats on the Sequoia Union High School District school board are underway, giving voters in trustee areas A and D the opportunity to select their representative this
This year’s Burlingame City Council race ended early.
Two candidates are vying for an open seat on the San Mateo County Community College District Board of Trustees with one offering decades of community knowledge to the position and the other a fresh perspective.
Two candidates have set their eyes on an open seat on the South San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees, a vacancy being left by current board President John Baker who has voluntarily stepped down to make way for more diversity in local governance.
The final deadline to file for election has passed and the San Mateo County Elections office is now gearing up for its largest season yet.
New names are now in the race for a number of elections across San Mateo County with the filing deadline for dozens more having been extended into Wednesday after incumbents opted against running.
San Bruno voters will get the chance to instate term limits for councilmembers and the mayor this November, with the council approving the placement of a question on the upcoming ballot that would impose 12-year caps on service.
Sequoia Union High School District officials will be asking voters to back a new $591.5 million bond measure this November meant to support a number of upgrades across its campuses.
A legal pathway for reelection to the Redwood City Council appears to be clear for the city’s Mayor Giselle Hale who recently bowed out of a state Assembly race but will still appear on the ballot.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is endorsing Menlo Park Councilmember Ray Mueller for the District 3 seat on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors.
Giselle Hale announced Friday she will not continue her campaign to represent the Peninsula in the state Assembly.
To help increase revenue for city infrastructure projects and reduce budget deficits, San Mateo officials will ask the public in November to vote on a ballot measure to increase transfer tax rates on property sales over $10 million.
Redwood City Mayor Giselle Hale is likely to face off with San Mateo Deputy Mayor Diane Papan this November after the most recent ballot count update pushed Hale ahead of the former runner-up, Republican Mark Gilham.
Challenger Christina Corpus is on track to become sheriff over incumbent Carlos Bolanos in the San Mateo County sheriff’s race, with Corpus eager to begin working toward rebuilding trust amid a leadership transition.
Another vote count from the June 7 election was released by the San Mateo County Elections Office Wednesday, this time with a smaller jump in votes for Assembly District 21 candidate Giselle Hale, but it is an amount that brings her within 26 of current second-place finisher Republican Mark Gilham.