Join the League of Women Voters of Piedmont in September and October for candidate forums featuring candidates for local Piedmont, Alameda County, and Special District elections who will be on the ballot for Piedmont residents in the Nov. 8, 2022 General Election. These forums are hosted by LWVP in conjunction with Leagues in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Click the forum link below or scroll down for additional details and to register for the live event or submit questions for the candidates. Check Voter’s Edge to find out who is on your ballot.
Did you miss one? Stream past events on YouTube by clicking the links below.
|Sept. 19||@ 6pm||Alameda County District Attorney | Stream on YouTube HERE.|
|Sept. 21||@ 6:30pm||EBMUD Director, Ward 3 | Stream on YouTube HERE.|
|Sept. 22||@ 7:30pm||Piedmont City Council | Stream on YouTube HERE.|
|Sept. 28||@ 6pm||Peralta Community College District Trustee, Area 5|
|Sept. 29||@ 7pm||PUSD Board of Education|
|Oct. 1||@ 10am||AC Transit District At-Large|
|TBD||14th California State Assembly District|
About the forums:
Piedmont voters can learn more about these forums on our Election Forums page. Registration is required to attend the live virtual forums. After each forum, the recording will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. A list of upcoming candidate forums is below.
Each forum will be moderated by a League representative and will include questions from the public. You may submit a question by filling out the online forms on our Election Forums page at least one day prior to the forum. Questions will be screened by a team of League members to ensure a range of topics and issues.
Visit our Election Resources page to learn about WHAT‘s on your ballot and HOW, WHEN, and WHERE to vote. A ballot will be mailed to every registered voter starting Oct. 10, 2022. If you have moved or changed your party or your name, you can update your registration online. Same day registration is also available in person through election day, Nov. 8, 2022.
In Alameda County, you have three ways to vote: 1) Mail your ballot, 2) Drop off your ballot at a secure ballot Drop Box in the county, or 3) Vote in person or drop off your ballot at any Vote Center in the county. The list of Vote Centers will be updated as the Registrar of Voters confirms the sites. There will likely be a Vote Center in Piedmont at the Veteran’s Memorial Building at 401 Highland Ave. that will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Nov. 5 – 7, and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 8. A limited number of Vote Centers will also be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Oct. 29.
In addition to candidates, there will be one Alameda County ballot measure and seven state propositions on the ballot this election. The League is proud to provide Pros & Cons for these ballot measures to help voters prepare for the election. Visit our Election Resources page to learn more. Voters can also enter their address on Voter’s Edge to get a personalized list of candidates and ballot measures, including biographies, top priorities, who supports each candidate, and more.
About the League:
The League is a political grassroots network and membership organization that believes the freedom to vote is a nonpartisan issue. For more than a century, we’ve worked to empower voters and defend democracy. As a women-led led organization, we encourage everyone to take part in our democracy.
The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization. We do not support or oppose any political party or candidate.