The June 2022 Primary

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For Voters in Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville

CANDIDATES
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There are two elections for the US Senate race. The current Senator was appointed to replace Kamala Harris when she became Vice President. Someone is to be elected to finish that term. Then someone needs to be elected for the immediately following term.

United States Representative District 12 Map
Because of redistricting District 13 is now District 12.
Glenn Kaplan No Party Preference, Small Business Owner
Barbara Lee* Democratic, United States Representative
Ned Nuerge Republican, Retired Driving Instructor
Stephen Slauson Republican, Electrical Engineer
Eric Wilson Democratic, Nonprofit Organization Employee

State Assembly District 14
Because of redistricting District 15 is now District 14.
Buffy Wicks* Assemblymember
No Opposition

Alameda County District Attorney
Video of the Candidate ForumHere
Pamela Price Civil Rights Attorney
Seth Steward Chief of Staff
Terry Wiley Chief District Attorney
Jimmy L Wilson Deputy District Attorney

Alameda County Sheriff/Coroner
Video of the Candidate Forum – Here
Gregory J Ahern* Sheriff/Coroner
Yesenia Sanchez Alameda County Sheriff Commander
Joann Walker Police Officer / Educator

Alameda County Superintendent of Schools
Video of the Candidate Forum – Here
Karen Monroe* Alameda County Superintendent of Schools
Alysse Castro County Schools Director

Alameda County Assessor
Phong La* Incumbent
No Opposition

Alameda County Auditor-Controller / Clerk-Recorder
Melissa Wilk* Incumbent
No Opposition

Alameda County Treasurer/Tax Collector
Henry “Hank” Levy* Incumbent
No Opposition

Flood Control & Water Conservation District Directors, Zone 7
Dawn L. Benson Water Agency Professional
Dennis Gambs* Incumbent
Sarah Palmer* Incumbent
Olivia Sanwong* Incumbent
Todd Shinohara Pharmacist

* Incumbent

NO MEASURES

YOUR Early Voting and Vote-by-Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations.

BALLOT DROPBOXES
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Mail-in ballots can be dropped in any Alameda County Dropbox. They can also be dropped
at any open Vote Center in Alameda County. They can always be dropped in a US Postal Mailbox, no stamps needed.
Berkeley
  • Berkeley Civic City Center – 2180 Milvia St, Berkeley
  • UC Berkeley – between Sather Gate and Architects & Engineers Bldg , Berkeley
  • Frances A Rec Center – 2800 Park St , Berkeley
  • Claremont Branch Library – 2940 Benvenue Ave , Berkeley
  • North Branch Library – 1170 The Alameda , Berkeley
  • Berkeley Public Library West Branch – 1125 University Ave , Berkeley
Albany
  • Albany City Hall – 1000 San Pablo Ave, Albany
Emeryville
  • Emeryville City Hall – 1333 Park Ave Emeryville
VOTE CENTERS
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Vote centers allow you to: Register to vote, get a replacement ballot, receive assistance, and vote early
(AND IN PERSON) anywhere in Alameda County for 10 or 3 days before Election Day depending on the Vote Center location.
Berkeley
  • Berkeley High School gym – 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley – 4 days (6/4-6/7)
  • Ed Roberts Campus – 3075 Adeline St, Berkeley – 4 days
  • Life Adventist Church of Berkeley – 2236 Parker St, Berkeley – 4 days
  • Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church – 401 Grizzly Peak Blvd , Berkeley –
    4 days
  • Epworth United Methodist Church – 1953 Hopkins St , Berkeley – 4 days
  • City of Berkeley Private Bldg – 1011 University Ave , Berkeley -11 days (5/28-6/7)
  • Longfellow School gym – 1522 Ward St , Berkeley – 4 days
  • Berkeley Adult School – 1701 San Pablo Ave , Berkeley – 4 days
  • Willard Middle School – 2425 Stuart St , Berkeley – 4 days
Albany
  • Albany Rec & Comm Services – 1249 Marin Ave, Albany – 4 days
  • Church on the Corner Sanctuary – 1319 Solano Ave, Albany – 4 days
Emeryville
  • Emeryville Senior Center – 4321 Salem St, Emeryville – 4 days

LINK TO ALL VOTE CENTERS

 

ELECTION  CALENDAR

First day to mail Voter Information Pamphlets, April 28, 2022

First day of mailing Vote By Mail Ballots and Early Voting, May 09, 2022

Vote-by-Mail Ballot drop-off locations open, May 09, 2022

Last day to register to vote in this election, May 23, 2022

Early voting starts May 28 or June 4th depending on Vote Center location.

Election Day June 07, 2022

All registered voters in Alameda County will be sent a Vote by Mail Ballot.