The next election is November 5, 2024. Your ballot will include national, state, and local elections.

Members of the City Council and PUSD Board of Education are elected at-large (the City is not divided into districts). Terms are 4 years, with a maximum of 2 consecutive terms.

Piedmont's mayor is selected by the members of the City Council.

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The City Clerk is the City Elections Official for Piedmont voters and candidates. They are responsible for:

  • General municipal and special elections
  • Petitions for initiatives, recalls, and referenda
  • Candidate and nomination process
  • Election notices
  • Resolution for canvass and certification of the results
  • Oath of Office for elected officials

The Alameda County Registrar of Voters prepares and mails the ballot, registers voters, and tabulates the results.

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) is a state agency responsible for campaign finance rules and enforcement.

The California Secretary of State manages voter registration.