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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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More than a week after the 2022 midterm elections, the Alameda County Registrar's Office has finalized the counting of ballots with the election results for both Alameda County and the city of Berkeley being released Friday. 
More than a week after the 2022 midterm elections, the Alameda County Registrar's Office has finalized the counting of ballots with the election results for both Alameda County and the city of Berkeley being released Friday. 
Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Housing is a human right. Measures M and N both take steps to ameliorate Berkeley’s critical housing crisis.
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Housing is a human right. Measures M and N both take steps to ameliorate Berkeley’s critical housing crisis.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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Soli Alpert is running with the Right to Housing Slate to secure a second term on Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board.
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Soli Alpert is running with the Right to Housing Slate to secure a second term on Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board.
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Measure M, which could tax Berkeley property owners with units that have been vacant for more than 182 days, will be on the ballot in November. 
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Measure M, which could tax Berkeley property owners with units that have been vacant for more than 182 days, will be on the ballot in November. 
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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