As we ponder the candidates and the issues of the Nov. 6 election, Milpitas Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town. Bookmark this page for updates.
- Sample Ballot: To see your sample ballot, go to the League of Women Voters' "Smart Voter" website and enter your address in the "Find Your Own Election" form.
- Polling locations: Polling locations and precincts are also found when you fill out the "Fine Your Own Election" form.
- Mail-in Ballot: It's too late to mail, but you can hand-deliver your ballot to at the flag pole adjacent to the Administration Building (Building 1900), until 4:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday.
- Complete list of Drop Boxes: Work elsewhere? Many city halls and college campuses have voter ballot boxes that are available until 5 p.m. And the vote ballot box outside of the Registrar of Voters office, mentioned above, is available 24 hours a day through 8 p.m. Tuesday. See the link for the complete list of official Registrar's mail-in ballot drop boxes.
Mayor: (two seats) Jose Esteves (incumbent), Robert Means
Milpitas City Council: (two seats) Candidates: Garry Barbadillo, Deepka Lalwani, Rajeev Madnawat, Mark Tiernan, Debbie Giordano, Ola Robert Hassan, Carmen Montano,
Milpitas Unified School Board: (one seat) Danny Lau (incumbent), Vance Vuong
Santa Clara County School Board Trustee Area 5: Anna Song (incumbent) and David Neighbors
Assembly District 25: Bob Wieckowski (incumbent) vs. ArLyne Diamond.
- US Congress, District 15 Mike Honda (incumbent), Dr. Evelyn Li
- US Senate (Dianne Feinstein, Democrat, incumbent, v. Elizabeth Emken, Republican)
- US President (Barack Obama, Democrat v. Mitt Romney, Republican)
County Ballot Measures Guide: What Milpitas Voters Need to Know
- Measure A - One-Eighth Cent Sales Tax
- Measure B - Safe, Clean Water Program
Propositions 30-40 - Patch's guide to all the California propositions