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Special Coverage: Election 2016

The City of Sonoma’s voters have decided to ban gas-powered leaf blowers, passing Measure V by a very narrow margin.
How are Sonoma County voters reacting to the results?
More than 200 dancers, many of them men, suited up in pantsuits in honor of Hillary Clinton and broke out in dance.
Sonoma County voters who want to drop off their ballots rather than mail them or take them to a polling place can do so at these locations.
The field of four vying for two available seats is split on Measure C.
As Prop 64 gets closer to a vote, we asked pot shop owners in Sonoma County for some thoughts on how legalization would change their business. Here’s what they said.
Cloverdale voters will decide on eight candidates vying for two seats on City Council, the most crowded field in decades.
Still confused on the issues or candidates? Check out our voter guide before you head to the polls.
Voters’ decision will have a profound impact on the North Coast, the largest producer of marijuana in the U.S. We talk with supporters and critics to get their take on Proposition 64.
Overwhelmed by all the choices this November? Here are the Editorial Board's recommendations to date for the upcoming election.
Time to sharpen your pencil and set aside a few hours. November's ballot, hitting mail-in voters mailboxes this weekend, features a whopping 17 statewide measures alone.
Gavin Newsom said he doesn’t like marijuana and has never tried it, but is strongly against prohibition.
At a forum Monday night in Sebastopol, both west county supervisor candidates Noreen Evans and Lynda Hopkins said they’d use the budget process to improve community relations.
Two incumbents are battling two challengers in the election.
Noreen Evans and Lynda Hopkins grapple for the seat that will be the swing vote on critical issues. They face off tonight.
Lynda Hopkins, a Forestville farmer who has never held elected office, is in a runoff to represent west Sonoma County on the Board of Supervisors.
Noreen Evans has served two decades in local and state office. Now she wants to represent western Sonoma County on the Board of Supervisors.
According to the Pet Poison Helpline, the number one source in dog intoxications are edibles intended for human consumption that are rich in THC. So what happens if pot is legalized?
Should the city boost new home construction or preserve its small town charm? Measure R is the dominant issue in Healdsburg in the November election. See where the six candidates running for City Council stand.
The new outside group, the first favoring Lynda Hopkins, is likely to make the high-stakes 5th District supervisor race more combative leading up to the November election.