Updated | Early results favor Measure F

Julie Reichle

Poll workers assist Piedmont residents voting in person on March 5

We will update these results as they are reported. Results are not considered final until certified by the Registrar of Voters Office.

Updated results on Measure F as of 5 p.m. on Friday evening, March 8 still show it exceeding the two-thirds majority that is needed to pass.

  • Yes: 75.14% (1,886)
  • No: 24.86% (624)

But there are still at least 1,464 vote-by-mail ballots left to count based on data published by the Registrar of Voters.

This information is based upon results posted on the Registrar of Voters web site HERE.

You can also check the city of Piedmont’s website for updates HERE.

Updated results for Alameda County Supervisor, District 5

Nikki Fortunato Bas and John Bauters still lead the race to replace Keith Carson. The top two candidates will face each other in the November general election unless one candidate wins 50% or more of the vote to win outright.

Piedmonters Chris Moore and Lorrel Plimier garnered support but not enough to break into top spots:

Screenshot from ROV on March 8 at 6 p.m.

As of March 8, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters is currently reporting 132,476 votes out of a possible 939,274 registered voters (equivalent to a 14% turnout).

Voters dropped ballots in the ballot box on Highland Way

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