The MARCH 2024 PRIMARY

For Voters in Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville

 

PERSONAL VOTER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND WITH THE VOTE 411 BOX IN THE RIGHT HAND COLUMN OF THIS PAGE.

United States Congressional District 12 Map  FORUM VIDEO

Tony Daysog D, Alameda Vice Mayor
Glenn Kaplan D, Business Owner/Teacher
Ned Nuerge R, Retired Driving Instructor
Lateefah Simon D, Non-Profit Foundation President
Abdur Sikder D, Professor/Entrepreneur
Stephen Slauson R, Electrical Engineer
Andre Todd D, No Ballot Designation
Jennifer Tran D, Professor/Chamber President
Eric Wilson D, Nonprofit Organization Employee

California Senate District 7 FORUM VIDEO 

Jesse Arreguín D, Mayor of Berkeley
Jovanka Beckles D, AC Transit Director
Dan Kalb D, Councilmember/Environmental Advocate
Kathryn Lybarger D, Union Federation President
Jeanne Solnordal R, Broker
Sandré R. Swanson D, Youth Foundation President

California Assembly District 14 NO FORUM

Utkarsh Jain R, College Student
Margot Smith D, Retired Social Scientist
Buffy Wicks D, Assemblymember/Mom

Alameda Co. Board of Supervisors District 5  FORUM VIDEO

John Bauters, Victims Advocate/Councilmember
Ben Bartlett, Berkeley Councilmember/Parent
Nikki Fortunato Bas, City Councilmember/Mother
Ken Berrick, Member Board of Education 3rd Trustee Area
Omar Farmer, County Commissioner
Gregory Hodge, Non-Profit Executive
Chris Moore, Community Volunteer/Accountant
Lorrell Plimier, Attorney/Data Scientist
Gerald Pechenuk, No Ballot Designation

Alameda County Superior Court Judge 12  FORUM no Video

Mark Fickes, Superior Court Commissioner County of Alameda
Michael P. Johnson, Attorney at Law

Alameda County Superior Court Judge

Terry Wiley, Attorney at Law

PROPOSITION Vote with the League

1. Authorizes $6.38 Billion in Bonds to Build Mental Health Treatment Facilities for Those With Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges; Provides Housing for the Homeless. Legislative Statute.

MEASURES Vote with the League

Measure A – Alameda County Charter Amendment – Civil Service Measure (pdf)
Measure B – Alameda County Charter Amendment Recall Measure (pdf)
Measure G – Albany USD Parcel Tax Measure (pdf)
Measure H – Berkeley USD Parcel Tax Measure (pdf)

VOTE CENTERS

There will be 100 Vote Centers throughout Alameda County, which any voter can visit.

11-Day Vote Center Hours:
Feb 24 – March 4, 2024 9:00am to 5:00pm – March 5, Election Day 7:00am to 8:00pm

4-Day Vote Center Hours:
March 2 – March 4, 2024 9:00am to 5:00pm March 5, Election Day 7:00am to 8:00pm

ALBANY
Albany Rec & Comm Services 1249 Marin Ave Albany 4-Day
Albany Veterans Bldg  – 1325 Portland Ave Albany 4-Day

BERKELEY
UCB Public Service Center – 2465 Bancroft Way #218 Berkeley 4-Day
Ed Roberts Campus – 3075 Adeline St Berkeley 4-Day
Rosa Park Elementary School – 920 Allston Way Berkeley 4-Day
Longfellow School Gym – 1522 Ward St Berkeley 4-Day
West Campus Oxford Gym – 1222 University Ave Berkeley 4-Day
YWCA Berkeley – 2600 Bancroft Way Berkeley 11-Day
Willard Middle School – 2425 Stuart St Berkeley 4-Day
Epworth United Methodist Church– 1953 Hopkins St Berkeley 4-Day
North Berkeley Senior Center – 1901 Hearst Ave Berkeley 4-Day

EMERYVILLE
Emeryville Senior Center – 4321 Salem St Emeryville 4-Day

BALLOT DROPBOXES

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
  • Behind Berkeley Civic City Center – Allston Way, Berkeley
  • UC Berkeley Campus– Between Sather Gate and Architects & Engineers Bldg.
  • 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
ELECTION  CALENDAR
  • Voter Information Pamphlets mailed, Thursday, Jan 25, 2024
  • First day of Vote by Mail Ballots mailed Monday, Feb 05
  • First day of Early Voting at the Registrar of Voters Office, Monday, Feb 05
  • Last day to register to vote in this election, Tuesday, Feb, 20, 2024
  • 11-Day Vote Centers Open for this election, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024
  • Vote by Mail Ballot Replacement Request Deadline for this election, Tuesday Feb. 27
  • 4-Day Vote Centers Open for this election, Saturday, March 02 through Tuesday, March 05, 2024

Voters who missed the February 20th voter registration deadline
can still register and vote up to and including Election Day at the Alameda County Registrar of Voters Office, 1225 Fallon Street G-1, Oakland and at any Vote Center Location.

Last Election Day March 05, 2024

Track your ballot.

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

Alameda County Registrar of Voters.

California Secretary of State.