Voter Guide 2016


Links to election stories, endorsements and campaign finance reports.

Election stories

• Menlo Park City Council: Three compete for two council seats. Election forum: Candidates give views on traffic, business rail issues (with link to video of forum).

• Menlo Park City School District: Four run for two school board seats. Link to video of candidate forum.

• San Mateo County: Voters asked to extend 1/2 cent sales tax for 20 years.

• Sequoia Healthcare District: Election could alter district's future.

• California Assembly: Race splits Democratic establishment.

• Ravenswood City School District: Three vie for two school board seats.

Editorial endorsements

• Menlo Park: Mueller and Taylor for City Council.

• Menlo Park City School District: Ackerman and Lucas for school board.

• San Mateo County: No on Measure K to extend 1/2 cent sales tax by 20 years.

Campaign finance reports

School board, Menlo Park City School District.

Menlo Park City Council.

San Mateo County Measure K to extend sales tax by 20 years.


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Posted by Dawn1234
a resident of Menlo Park: Belle Haven
on Nov 8, 2016 at 12:46 pm

Dawn1234 is a registered user.

Any chance the Almanac can post a link to where to find local election results after the polls close?

EDITOR'S NOTE: We'll have links up on the home page once the polls are closed.
Here is a link to all San Mateo County results: Web Link

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