The Californian

Don’t expect a winner on election night

Jett Gold, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. Election day is Nov. 3, which means that’s when Americans will know who becomes the next president...

Cal High senior Kimi Shirai drops off her ballot at the dropbox inside San Ramon City Hall. Shirai is among the many Cal students participating in this years election by either voting or volunteering.

Cal High students get involved in 2020 presidential election

Gaby Jimenez, Opinions Editor October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. It’s been four years since the last presidential election. That means on Nov. 3, American citizens...

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is essentially an agreement between states in which they would pledge their electoral votes to the candidate that wins the most votes nationwide.

Why does America still use the Electoral College?

Brady Horton , Staff Writer October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. The Electoral College is America’s very own unique and almost unexplainable democratic lovechild. But...

This ballot drop box in front of San Ramon City Hall can be used for voters who prefer to mail their ballots instead of standing on line.

What it’s like voting during a pandemic

Andrew Ma, News Editor October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. Millions of California’s voters will be voting in this most-unusual presidential election. Some...

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