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November 8, 2022 Statewide General Election 

The November 8, 2022 Statewide General Election will be the City's first District Election for Council seats.  Districts 1, 3, and 5 will be on the ballot in November.  To learn more about the City's transition to district elections go here.

Find your District here
Note that the above map was created by the City and the final determination of boundary lines for purposes of elections is the County Elections Office.

You can reach out to the County Elections Office directly at: 650-312-5222 or email them at registrar@smcacre.org

Additionally, you can review what is on your ballot here.

Meet the Candidates Running for City Council Districts 1, 3, and 5 at the League of Women Voters' Candidate Forum
Meet the candidates running for districts 1, 3, and 5 (3)

Candidate Roster

Find out who has pulled papers for District Seats here: Final Roster

Candidate Statements

District 1 - Ricardo Ortiz 

District 3 - Michael Brownrigg

District 5 - Rachel Cyr     Peter Stevenson 

Ballot Measure X 

On July 5, 2022, the City Council adopted Ordinance Number 2006 and Resolution Number 089-2022 placing a Local Revenue Tax Measure on the ballot.  To find out more about the measure go to: www.burlingame.org/bizlicense 

Ballot Measure X will be on the ballot for Burlingame registered voters who live in all five districts:

To support city services such as fixing streets/sidewalks; enhancing police patrols/crime prevention; undergrounding power lines; and for general government use, shall an ordinance be adopted updating Burlingame's business licensing, last increased in 1993, with rates ranging from $200 to $750, with the highest rate on larger businesses, and 5% of gross receipts for non-storefront marijuana businesses, providing approximately $2,500,000 annually, until ended by voters, requiring audits and all funds staying in Burlingame?

Yes _____              No _____

In order for the measure to pass it must be approved by a simple majority (50% +1) of voters who vote on it. 

Primary Arguments
Primary Argument in Favor of Measure X 

Rebuttal Arguments
There will be no rebuttal arguments for Measure X because there was no Primary Argument Against Measure X filed.  

Impartial Analysis
Impartial Analysis of Measure X 

Election Calendar
The County Elections Office has put together a calendar with important election dates outlining everything from when candidate filing begins to when ballots are mailed to voter.  

For more information from the County Elections Office about the November 8, 2022 Election visit their website.  

Campaign Contributions 

The City Council amended the City's Campaign Contribution Ordinance on December 20, 2021.  It can be found in the Burlingame Municipal Code Chapter 2.25
For the November 8, 2022 Election, individual and organization contributions to a candidate can not exceed $350.

Additionally, candidates will be asked whether they wish to sign on to a voluntary campaign expenditure limit.  The voluntary campaign expenditure limit for the November 8, 2022 Election is $30,000.