Primary Election June 2018

Don't forget to exercise your right to VOTE in the statewide June 5th primary election.  All elections are important! You can learn more about your voting options (mail or in-person) here on the County's web page or call 650-312-5222.

In summary, there are three ways to vote in the June 2018 primary:

1) Mail your ballot now (easiest and quickest way, no postage necessary)
2) Drop off your ballot anytime between now and June 5th at Burlingame City Hall, 501 Primrose Road
3) Vote in person at one of the County's voting centers up to 30 days before the election.  Burlingame City Hall is a voting center that will be open on June 2, 3, 4, and 5th.  Note your regular neighborhood polling stations (e.g. local elementary school, community room, church hall) will not be open on June 5th. 

I've highlighted just a few candidates and ballot measures I've personally endorsed because I feel well-informed and strongly about them.  I hope some of you may find this helpful:

Lieutenant Governor: Eleni Kounalakis
Controller: Betty Yee
Treasurer: Fiona Ma
Member, State Board of Equalization: Malia Cohen
U.S. Senator: Dianne Feinstein
U.S. Representative: Jackie Speier
Member of the State Assembly: Kevin Mullin
County Superintendent of Schools: Nancy Magee
Controller: Juan Raigoza
Treasurer: Sandie Arnott

YES on Proposition 68: Parks, environment, and water bond
YES on Proposition 69: Protects transportation funds from non-transportation purposes
YES on Proposition 71: Effective date of ballot measures amendment
YES on Regional Measure 3: Comprehensive regional transit and highway improvements/traffic relief plan funded by an incremental bridge toll increase between 2019-2025.  


I also invite you to join me at Il Piccolo Caffe on Broadway, Friday, 6/1 from 8:30-9:30 AM for conversation and Q&A about local policy issues.  Bring your questions and concerns about our City -- and bring a friend!  Coffee and refreshments provided at no taxpayer expense. This is one of my favorite ways to communicate with residents and stay grounded in what matters to you.