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In the March primary election, just over a thousand ballots were rejected because of mismatched signatures, late arrival or any number of problems. With the election about a month away and some voters just days away from receiving their mail-in ballot, the Review looked into the most common …

The 2020 election is just around the corner, and with the COVID-19 pandemic and high voter turnout expected, now is the time to get informed and ready to vote, says Assistant Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder and Assistant Chief Elections Officer Jim Irizarry. Review reporter Sarah Wright sat d…

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The Half Moon Bay City Council selected the map that will be used in the 2020 election at their regularly scheduled meeting last week. In so doing, the elected members took a long look at their own districts.

Coastsiders turned out to vote in the June 5 election to determine a local leader who will shape the coming years. Don Horsley appeared to be cruising toward victory by Review deadlines.

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Half Moon Bay’s Main Street was dark and hushed on Election Night, but the mood inside its bars and restaurants was strained as Coastsiders gathered to watch the live results on TV.

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9:05 p.m.: Results are now taking shape on the coast. It looks like Ed Larenas, Sabrina Brennan, Tom Mattusch and Virginia Chang Kiraly are rolling toward seats on the San Mateo County Harbor Commission. Other races were still too close to call.

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Grim-faced commuters girding themselves before heading over the hill on Tuesday were treated to an unexpected Election Day smile this morning as a handful of Half Moon Bay residents, dressed in period costume, picketed on the corner of Highway 92 and Main Street.

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The Review Editorial Board met with all of the candidates for several local offices. We have endorsed candidates for Half Moon Bay City Council, Cabrillo Unified school board, Midcoast Community Council and the San Mateo Harbor District. As a reminder, here are those endorsements.

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Wyoming was not only the first state to grant women the right to vote, but it also was the first state to elect a female governor, electing Nellie Tayloe Ross to that post in 1924. Ross was elected after being nominated for governor in a special election following the sudden death of her hus…

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Election Day gives voters throughout the United States a chance to participate in their government. The right to vote is something to cherish, as many people across the globe do not get a chance to elect the officials who govern their countries. While Election Day is an exciting time, voters…