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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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California Primary Elections 2020

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Editors' Note: Prime-time Primaries

After an intense season of debates filled with finger-pointing, handshakes and candidates dropping out of the election, those who are eligible to vote had important decisions to make at the polls.

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Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
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Gearing up for Tuesday’s primaries, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters approved three measures to promote the welfare of local schools, making all city measures related to public education. 
Gearing up for Tuesday’s primaries, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters approved three measures to promote the welfare of local schools, making all city measures related to public education. 
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In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
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After an intense season of debates filled with finger-pointing, handshakes and candidates dropping out of the election, those who are eligible to vote had important decisions to make at the polls.
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After an intense season of debates filled with finger-pointing, handshakes and candidates dropping out of the election, those who are eligible to vote had important decisions to make at the polls.
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Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
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Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
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Gearing up for Tuesday’s primaries, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters approved three measures to promote the welfare of local schools, making all city measures related to public education. 
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Gearing up for Tuesday’s primaries, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters approved three measures to promote the welfare of local schools, making all city measures related to public education. 
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In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
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In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
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Born between 1997 and 2012, we represent change. Gen Z is more diverse than any other generation.
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Born between 1997 and 2012, we represent change. Gen Z is more diverse than any other generation.
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Prop. 13 would have allocated $15 billion total, with $9 billion toward public K-12 schools and charter schools and $6 billion toward higher education facilities.
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Prop. 13 would have allocated $15 billion total, with $9 billion toward public K-12 schools and charter schools and $6 billion toward higher education facilities.
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City Measures E, H and G have passed on the March 3 ballot. All three were put forward by the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Board of Education. 
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City Measures E, H and G have passed on the March 3 ballot. All three were put forward by the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Board of Education. 
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Finishing with 90.02 %, Lee took an early and strong lead ahead of Piterman, who received 9.98 %. Both candidates will appear on the November ballot, due to state law.
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Finishing with 90.02 %, Lee took an early and strong lead ahead of Piterman, who received 9.98 %. Both candidates will appear on the November ballot, due to state law.
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With % of the vote, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has won the Democratic primaries in California, and Donald Trump won the Republican primaries at %.
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With % of the vote, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has won the Democratic primaries in California, and Donald Trump won the Republican primaries at %.
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It is uncertain if Measure C will need a simple majority or a two-thirds vote, and the passage threshold will be determined by court decisions.
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It is uncertain if Measure C will need a simple majority or a two-thirds vote, and the passage threshold will be determined by court decisions.
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