Voter turnout significantly eclipsed that of the last mid-term election in Berkeley. See all the results in one place.
Community members and officials said goodbye Tuesday night to two outgoing City Council members and the city auditor — all of whom are stepping down this week after a combined 72 years of public service.
Alameda County updates the ballot count daily, but very little is changing at this point.
Although more votes remain to be counted, it is increasingly likely that the leads established on Election Day will hold.
The standings haven't changed in two City Council races in Berkeley that may still be too early to call, according to new results posted Thursday evening by the Alameda County registrar of voters.
With a large number of mail-in ballots remaining to be counted, there could still be some unexpected results in Berkeley.
Berkeley election tallies with 100% of the precincts reporting. Mail-in ballots received after Sunday have not been counted. All results remain unofficial as of Wednesday morning.
Our live coverage reported as the results came in on who won in Berkeley, including for the four City Council seats up for grabs, along with spots on the school and rent boards.
Our photographer, Pete Rosos, is out and about capturing democracy in action in our city, and we'll be updating this gallery throughout the day. Send us your best election photos too
The race is close and no candidate is expected to capture the seat at first. Ranked-choice voting and voters' No. 2 choices will play a large role in selecting the next council member.
No one might have predicted Berkeley's District 8 City Council race would feature so much discord.
Rigel Robinson, Aidan Hill and Ces Rosales all aim to represent the "student supermajority" District 7.
The work I have done for this district and this city sets me apart from the other candidates in the District 7 race. I would be honored to have your vote!