Newsom will remain California's governor.
Activists from Oakland are letter-writing and phone-banking in hopes of a Democratic senate takeover in Georgia, which would give Vice President-elect Kamala Harris the tie-breaking vote in Congress.
Amid whoops and cheers and a cacophony of car horns, Oaklanders came out to celebrate the election victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the Grand Ave and Lakeshore Ave area and around Lake[Read more]
Oakland's ballot measures passing by wide margins; council and school board races too close to call; 82 percent of Alameda County voters choose Biden/Harris
58 percent of Oakland voters have returned their ballots. We caught up with a few of these early voters in Oakland.
Oakland Voices and The Oaklandside co-reported and produced video explainers about Oakland’s four 2020 ballot measures.
Hear from three first-time Oakland voters: longtime immigrants who gained their citizenship status in the last year, in part, to be able to vote.
Three Oakland reporters explain how Measure S1 would change the city's Police Commission.
Oakland Voices' Iris M. Crawford and The Oaklandside's Azucena Rasilla explain Oakland's youth vote ballot measure, Measure QQ.