“As a 101-year-old Berkeley resident, I am thrilled to be voting in this historic election!” says Lilly Katsuko Takei who sent us this photo
The election season in Berkeley has been in full swing since just after Labor Day. There have been marches and forums, endorsements and
op-eds about the multitude of measures and candidates. Enjoy this photo gallery of all that has been happening in Berkeley. And let’s keep it going: share your photos with us by dropping them into the Berkeleyside Flickr pool, emailing email@example.com, or tagging us on Twitter or Instagram. We will be adding photos to this gallery until the election is over. Oakland resident Anya Wayne votes from her bed at Alta Bates Summit Hospital. Photo: Pete Rosos Voting at the Berkeley Masjid Muslim center. Photo: Melinda Hudson Bell A voter shows her colors after voting in Berkeley. Photo: Ted Friedman Downtown Berkeley polling station. Photo, taken on the afternoon of Nov. 8, 2016, by Pete Rosos Students vote on campus. Photo: Ted Friedman Voting in the Unit 1 residence hall at UC Berkeley. Photo UC Berkeley/Hulda Nelson Ishmael minding the precinct at Willard Middle School polling station. Photo: Pete Rosos Election Day by Ted Friedman “I Voted” by Ted Friedman UC Berkeley students line up to vote at Unit 1 polling place. Photo/Hulda Nelson/UCB News Patient ballots collected at Alta Bates Summit Hospital. Photo, taken on Nov. 8, 2016 by Pete Rosos “We all voted” by Quinn Dombrowski Photo: Shimrit Berman Make Trump Feel Sad. Vote. Photo: Sayre Van Young Alpha Design on San Pablo Avenue by David Gould Nelly Coplan votes for her husband Mark Coplan who is running for City Council District 3. Photo: Courtesy Nelly Coplan Ben Bartlett, who is running for City Council District 3, on Adeline and Oregon streets at 8:30am Tuesday. He said he was feeling good: “It’s Bartlett country.” His father, Dayle Bartlett, died in October, and at the big South Berkeley funeral, Ben Bartlett “felt the overwhelming support of the generations coming through to me.” Photo: Natalie Orenstein Berkeley students carry Yes on E1 signs during the Solano Stroll. Photo: Yes on E1 campaign “This space has intentionally been left blank” on a median on San Pablo Avenue north of Cedar. Photo: Daniel McPartlan “Wonderful sign spotted in -of course- #Berkeley.” Photo: Carmen Padrón / Trump sign The first presidential debate drew 1,000 people to Addison Street to watch the jumbo screen at BAMPFA. Photo: Matt, @nosoupforgeorge from Twitter The Berkeley-Albany Hillary Clinton campaign HQ at 1224 Solano Ave. Photo: Tracey Taylor Election 2016 campaign lawn sign. Photo: Kelly Owen Flowerland: “The future is female.” Photo: Colleen Neff “Vote by Nov. 8” / AC Transit. Photo: Emilie Raguso Trump sign: “On Domingo at Ashby/Tunnel Rd by the Claremont & Peet’s, up for less than 24 hrs.” Photo: Yoni Mayeri “You can find the spray paint on the corner of Adeline and Ashby (entrance to the Bart parking lot area) and on the corner of Adeline and Russel and Adeline and Oregon towards Berkeley Bowl. It looks permanent but could be chalk? Who knows.” Photo: Citizen reporter Alameda County Registrar of Voters employees Mohammad Naweedyamin, left, and Michelle Lin, collect vote-by-mail ballots from a full drop box at City Hall, in Berkeley, on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016. The drop boxes are emptied twice a day, Lin said. Photo: David Yee ©2016 Sarah Silverman at Rock the Vote at UC Berkeley on Oct. 213, 2106. Photo: William Newton A television crew interviews a young Jesse Arreguín at the unveiling of César Chávez Street in San Francisco. Photo: Jesse Arreguín District 3 candidates: From right, Ben Bartlett, Deborah Matthews, Al Murray and Mark Coplan. Photo: Emilie Raguso From left: Cheryl Davila, Nanci Armstrong-Temple and Darryl Moore. They are running for District 2. Photo: Emilie Raguso Local resident Moni Law was broadcasting the event using Facebook Live. Photo: Emilie Raguso Zachary Runningwolf places tape over his mouth to protest the fact that the Berkeley Neighborhood Council did not invite him to speak at a mayoral forum. Photo: Frances Dinkelspiel Berkeley police arrest Nanci Armstrong-Temple on Nov. 4. The Alameda County District Attorney declined to press charges. Photo: Paul Kealoha-Blake Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich endorsed Laurie Capitelli for mayor. Photo: Capitelli campaign U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders endorsed Jesse Arreguín for mayor. Photo: Arreguín campaign.
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