If early results hold, supporters say OUSD schools will maintain key funding and the city will have millions more to build affordable housing and infrastructure.
Here’s what you need to know about Oakland measures Q, U, and V.
The measure to allow noncitizen parents to vote in school board elections could face legal challenges.
The 20-year, $68 property tax will fund the zoo’s many programs, but not all Oakland residents support it.
Renter protections, new taxes, and gender-neutral language. Here’s a quick breakdown of Oakland’s 10 ballot measures in the 2022 election.
After pandemic fears that the zoo could permanently shut down, supporters of the institution are asking property owners to chip in.
The $850 million housing infrastructure bond and the expansion of the “just cause” eviction policy could go on the November ballot.
More than 10,000 residents in Oakland who are parents or caregivers but not citizens could be allowed to vote for OUSD school board members.