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)
State Senate District 13 primary
Measure T (Mountain View Whisman district school bond)
Measures G and H (Foothill-De Anza Community College District school bond, parcel tax)
Supporting Mountain View Whisman schools is essential as city grows.
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
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.