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Election results may be tracked at the following site:
San Mateo County Live Election Results

Elections

Elections are administered by the City Clerk's Office and the San Mateo County Elections Division. Voter Registration Forms are available outside of the City Clerk's Office at City Hall or at the Library or you may also Register to Vote online. You must be a U.S. Citizen, 18 years or older.  Check your registration status here: voterstatus.sos.ca.govThe last day to register to vote is October 19, 2020 and ballots will be mailed to all registered voters on October 5, 2020.

Once your ballot is completed and mailed, you can sign up for ballot tracking here: california.ballottrax.net/voter/

Ballot may be dropped off at any San Mateo County Elections 24/7 drop boxes.  This is the quickest and safest way to vote this year!  However, if you would prefer to vote in-person, there will be 3 location in San Bruno open to the public beginning on October 31, 2020 through November 3, 2020.  Face masks will be required in each of the voting centers. The San Bruno voting centers are:

  • Veterans Memorial Recreation Center - 251 City Park Way
  • Skyline College, Building 12, Farallon Room - 3300 College Dr.
  • Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Airport - 1050 Bayhill Dr.

To find out more about elections, and to find a full list of San Mateo County Voting Centers, please visit the San Mateo County Voting Center List, or you may call the San Mateo County Elections Division main line at (650) 312-5222.

NOVEMBER 3, 2020 ELECTION

2 Council Seats - Four Year Terms
1 Mayor Seat - Two Year Term

The residents listed below have qualified for the November 3, 2020 election.  Their contact information is listed below their names.  The contact information was provided by the candidate and further contact information will not be provided.  Please contact the candidates directly regarding their campaigns.

FPPC FILING DEADLINES FOR FORMS 460, 470 and 497  

Tom Hamilton
San Bruno, CA 94066
(650) 246-9463
tom@tomhamiltonforsanbruno.com
https://tomhamiltonforsanbruno.com/
City Council Candidate
Pulled Papers on 07/15/2020
Qualified on 07/27/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)

Stephen A. Seymour
City Council Candidate
Pulled Papers on 07/15/2020
Qualified on 07/29/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)


Stephan Marshall
2740 Plymouth Way
San Bruno, CA 94066
(650) 455-1528
stephan@stephanmarshall.com
https://marshall4sanbruno.com/
City Council Candidate
Pulled Papers on 07/16/2020
Qualified on 07/30/2020
Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)

Michael Salazar
840 Reid Ave.
San Bruno, CA 94066
(415) 999-4857
salazarforcouncil@gmail.com
https://www.salazarforcouncil.com/

City Council Candidate
Pulled Papers on 07/15/2020
Qualified on 07/31/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)

Jeremy Sarnecky
San Bruno, CA 94066
(650) 430-7140
goodforthebrain@gmail.com
http://www.jeremysarnecky.com/

City Council Candidate
Pulled Papers on 08/03/2020
Qualified on 08/12/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
Rico E. Medina
941 Green Ave.
San Bruno, CA 94066
(650) 869-5009
ricomedina2020@gmail.com
https://www.ricomedina.com/

Mayor Candidate
Pulled Papers on 07/14/2020
Qualified on 08/04/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)

Linda Mason
(415) 781-9730
lindamason4sanbruno@gmail.com
http://lindamason4sanbruno.com/
Mayor Candidate
Pulled Papers on 08/04/2020
Qualified on 08/07/2020

Candidate Statement
Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interest
1st Pre-Election Financial Statement (Form 460)
 

The San Bruno ballot measures listed below will appear on the November 3, 2020 ballot:

Measure X:
Resolution 2020-60 TOT "Hotel Bed Tax"
Measure X - Argument in Favor
Measure X - Argument Against
Measure X - Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
Measure X - Rebuttal to Argument Against
Measure X - Impartial Analysis

To fund maintain/city services/facilities such as: addressing traffic congestion/parking, maintaining neighborhood safety, 911 emergency medical response times, disaster/health crisis response services, parks/city facilities, and general services, shall an ordinance updating the City of San Bruno’s existing transient occupancy tax (a bed tax paid only by hotel/lodging guests) from 12% to 14%, until ended by voters, providing approximately an additional $370,000 annually for San Bruno, with independent audits, all funds controlled locally, be adopted?


Yes


No

 

Measure S:
Resolution 2020-61 Cannabis Business Tax
Measure S - Argument in Favor
Measure S - Impartial Analysis

Although no cannabis (marijuana) businesses are currently allowed in the City, shall an ordinance be adopted imposing an additional business license tax of up to 10% of gross receipts on cannabis businesses, until ended by voters, with annual audits and all funds for San Bruno (this tax will generate no revenue initially, but would generate revenue if, in the future, cannabis businesses are permitted or exist in the City)?



Yes



No

 

California Voters Choice Act

The California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) is landmark legislation which fundamentally transforms the manner in which elections will be conducted in the State of California. San Mateo County is proud to be one of 14 counties authorized by the State to conduct elections under the new law.

The California Voter’s Choice Act changes the traditional polling place election model to an All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center model with ballot drop-off locations. The primary goal of this new legislation is to expand accessibility and voting opportunities for all voters, particularly those with disabilities, visual impairments and language minorities. The State Legislature has selected San Mateo County as one of 14 counties statewide that can conduct All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center elections under Senate Bill 450.

Between the dates of October 5, 2020 and October 27, 2020, Vote by Mail ballots will be mailed to all eligible registered voters in the county.  Voters interested in having replacement Vote by Mail ballots be mailed to them should make a request to the San Mateo County Elections Division by October 27, 2020 to ensure all ballots arrive on or before Election Day.

All registered voters may choose one of three methods to cast their ballot:

Mail - Registered voters may vote and mail their ballot in the postage-paid return envelope on or before Election Day.

Drop Box - Registered voters may return their voted ballot to a secure Ballot Drop Box, which will be available throughout San Mateo County starting 28 days before the election.

Vote Center - Vote Centers look and feel like polling places, but provide additional services and options for voters.  Visitors may go to any Vote Center to: vote on an accessible voting machine; vote on a paper ballot; access election materials in a range of languages; receive assistance from staff fluent in English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino or Korean; drop off their ballot; receive a replacement ballot; and register to vote, or update registration information through Election Day. 

City of San Bruno
Melissa Thurman, CMC
City Clerk/Elections Official
(650) 616-7070
mthurman@sanbruno.ca.gov


 

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