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March 3, 2020
Presidential Primary Election

Election Information

Election Calendar

Randomized Alphabet Drawing

Randomized Alphabet Drawing - State
Randomized Alphabet Drawing - Local
Note: The Local Randomized Alphabet Drawing is for State Senate Districts 11 & 13 and State Assembly Districts 19 & 24 only.

Candidate Information

Candidate Guide
Roster of Candidates
*The Roster of Candidates is a San Mateo County report of candidates filing for office. Qualification statuses for Federal and State candidates are unofficial and subject to change until officially confirmed by the California Secretary of State.

City of Foster City: Recall

Majority Voter Approval Required

Resolution

School District Measures

Measure M – La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District: Parcel Tax Measure

2/3 Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument Against

Measure J – Jefferson Union High School District: Bond Measure

55% Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure, Full Text and Tax Rate Statement
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

Measure L – San Mateo Union High School District: Bond Measure

55% Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure, Full Text and Tax Rate Statement
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

Measure K – Brisbane School District: Bond Measure

55% Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure, Full Text and Tax Rate Statement
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

Measure O – Burlingame Elementary School District: Bond Measure

55% Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure, Full Text and Tax Rate Statement
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

Measure P  Portola Valley School District: Parcel Tax Measure

2/3 Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

Measure N  San Carlos School District: Parcel Tax Measure

2/3 Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Impartial Analysis
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against
Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Rebuttal to Argument Against

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Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act

The Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act, which took effect January 1, 2011, created “voter-nominated” offices. The Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act does not apply to candidates running for U.S. President, county central committees, or local offices.

Most of the offices that were previously known as “partisan” are now known as “voter-nominated” offices. Voter-nominated offices are state constitutional offices, state legislative offices, and U.S. congressional offices. The only “partisan offices” now are the offices of U.S. President and county central committee.