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Tuesday November 07, 2006

Berkeley Mayor: Zelda Bronstein. Berkeley City Council: District 1: no endorsement, District 4: Dona Spring, District 6: Kriss Worthington, District 8: Jason Overman 



Berkeley Measures 

Measure A: yes 

Measure I: no 

Measure J: yes 



State Propositions 

1A: no endorsement 

1B: no 

1C: yes 

1D: yes 

1E: yes 

83: no 

84: no 

85: no 

86: yes 

87: yes 

88: no 

89: yes 

90: no 



Voters who’ve forgotten or misplaced the location of their local polling place can turn to the telephone or the Internet, reports the Berkeley City Clerk’s office. 

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and voters can learn their polling location by calling the Alameda County Registrar of Voters at 267-8683 or by filling in the blanks at the registrar’s on-line poll locator, 

After plugging in an address and ZIP code, visitors to the web site will be rewarded not only with the location of their voting booth, but a list of the specific candidates and measures they’ll be allowed to vote on. 

Anyone registered to vote in Alameda County can also cast their ballot at City Hall in the City Clerk’s office at 2180 Milvia St. during polling hours.  

For the latest results after polls close, the Alameda County Registrar will be posting results on the web at starting at 8 p.m. Results will also be available by phone at 272-6933 starting at the same time. 

Posted results on election eve won’t include all the absentee and provisional ballot totals, which will be counted over a period of weeks. 

The final results for Alameda County have to be certified by Dec. 5, with the Berkeley City Council scheduled to certify results of city contests at their council meeting that evening.