Elections

Overview

Elections
Message from Mark Church, Chief Elections Officer & Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder

Mark Church Welcome to the San Mateo County Elections website.

I am honored and privileged to serve as your Chief Elections Officer & Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder. I am committed to ensuring that our office continues its tradition of excellence and operates at a maximum level of efficiency and productivity.

Please use this website for easy access to the information and services that our office provides to the citizens of San Mateo County. I hope you find it a useful resource for election information.

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November 5, 2019
Consolidated Municipal, School and Special District Election

Election Information

Election Calendar

Randomized Alphabet Drawing

Randomized Alphabet Drawing - State
Randomized Alphabet Drawing - Local

Candidate Information

Candidate Guide
List of Offices with Extended Filing Period
Roster of Candidates

Offices to be Elected

School Districts

Burlingame Elementary School District Governing Board, 2 Seats
Portola Valley Elementary School District Governing Board, 2 Seats
San Carlos School District Governing Board, 2 Seats
San Mateo-Foster City School District Governing Board, 2 Seats

Special Districts

Highlands Recreation District   Governing Board, 3 Seats

Municipalities

City of Brisbane Council, 2 Seats
City of Burlingame Council, 2 Seats
City of San Bruno Council, 2 Seats

City Measures

Measure C – City of Brisbane: Liquid Storage Facilities Business License Tax Measure

Majority Voter Approval Required

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

Measure B – City of Brisbane: Uniform Transient Occupancy Tax Measure

Majority Voter Approval Required

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

Measure E – City of Brisbane: Cannabis Business License Tax Measure

Majority Voter Approval Required

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

Measure G – City of San Bruno: Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax Measure

Majority Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Primary Argument in Favor

School District Measures

Measure I – Cabrillo Unified School District: Parcel Tax Measure

2/3 Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Primary Argument in Favor

Measure H – Redwood City School District: Parcel Tax Measure

2/3 Voter Approval Required

Resolution, Measure and Full Text
Primary Argument in Favor
Primary Argument Against