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The Mountain View Voice's March 3 voter guide to local races

Our election news roundup for the March primary

We've rounded up our coverage of key issues on the March 3 ballot for Mountain View voters, with links to news and Voter Guide stories, as well as guest opinions and endorsements from the editorial page. Check back often, as we'll be updating this page with new links right up to Election Day.

Measure D (rent control)

Measure D Voter Guide: In reshaping rent control, council members ask for community's trust.

Mobile home park owner raises $94K to fight Measure D.

Local Democratic Party urges 'no' vote on Measure D.

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Measure T (Mountain View Whisman district school bond)

Voter Guide: $259 million Measure T bond seeks to solve short-term school needs for Mountain View Whisman district.

Mountain View Whisman board approves $259M school bond measure for March 2020 ballot.

Measures G and H (Foothill-De Anza Community College District school bond, parcel tax)

Voter Guide: Community college district asks voters for new tax, bond funds to upgrade facilities, keep education accessible.

Endorsement editorials

Editorial: Yes on Measure T --

Supporting Mountain View Whisman schools is essential as city grows.

Editorial: Brownrigg for state Senate.

Editorial: No on Measure D, the City Council's rent control rewrite.

Editorial: Yes on community college measures G, H.

Guest opinions

A redo on rent control by Mayor Margaret Abe-Koga.

Measure D is misleading and unnecessary by Ronald and Dorothy Schafer.

Guest opinion: Measures G and H are an investment in local higher education, by Bill James, chair of the Santa Clara County Democratic Party.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor: Measure D, Foothill-De Anza measures, Rishi Kumar.

Letters to the editor: Rent control, census.

Voter info

The deadline to register to vote for the March 3 primary election is Feb. 18. Santa Clara County citizens can get voting information online. If you are registered as "no party preference" and would like to vote in the Democratic, American Independent or Libertarian party primary, you may file a request up to seven days before the election using this form on the county's website.

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The Mountain View Voice's March 3 voter guide to local races

Our election news roundup for the March primary

Uploaded: Tue, Feb 18, 2020, 10:25 am

We've rounded up our coverage of key issues on the March 3 ballot for Mountain View voters, with links to news and Voter Guide stories, as well as guest opinions and endorsements from the editorial page. Check back often, as we'll be updating this page with new links right up to Election Day.

Measure D (rent control)

Measure D Voter Guide: In reshaping rent control, council members ask for community's trust.

Mobile home park owner raises $94K to fight Measure D.

Local Democratic Party urges 'no' vote on Measure D.

Landlord group vows to drop its rent control initiative if Measure D passes.

Country's biggest apartment owners group joins campaign for Measure D.

State Senate District 13 primary

Meet the 7 candidates who want to represent you in Sacramento: a guide on where Senate District 13 hopefuls stand on local, state issues.

Outside spending in state Senate race ramps up in final days before Super Tuesday.

FPPC dismisses complaint against state Senate candidate Annie Oliva.

State Senate candidate Annie Oliva faces allegations she violated 'non-coordination' rule with real estate political-action committee.

State Senate candidates clash over housing policies, PG&E's future at Palo Alto forum.

Oil tax? Wealth tax? Prop. 13 reform? Senate candidates debate how to pay for new programs for state's youngest residents.

State Senate candidate's mom puts $460K toward son's campaign.

Measure T (Mountain View Whisman district school bond)

Voter Guide: $259 million Measure T bond seeks to solve short-term school needs for Mountain View Whisman district.

Mountain View Whisman board approves $259M school bond measure for March 2020 ballot.

Measures G and H (Foothill-De Anza Community College District school bond, parcel tax)

Voter Guide: Community college district asks voters for new tax, bond funds to upgrade facilities, keep education accessible.

Endorsement editorials

Editorial: Yes on Measure T --

Supporting Mountain View Whisman schools is essential as city grows.

Editorial: Brownrigg for state Senate.

Editorial: No on Measure D, the City Council's rent control rewrite.

Editorial: Yes on community college measures G, H.

Guest opinions

A redo on rent control by Mayor Margaret Abe-Koga.

Measure D is misleading and unnecessary by Ronald and Dorothy Schafer.

Guest opinion: Measures G and H are an investment in local higher education, by Bill James, chair of the Santa Clara County Democratic Party.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor: Measure D, Foothill-De Anza measures, Rishi Kumar.

Letters to the editor: Rent control, census.

Voter info

The deadline to register to vote for the March 3 primary election is Feb. 18. Santa Clara County citizens can get voting information online. If you are registered as "no party preference" and would like to vote in the Democratic, American Independent or Libertarian party primary, you may file a request up to seven days before the election using this form on the county's website.

— Mountain View Voice staff

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