Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility

Promoting financial sustainability in San Jose through common sense government 

City of San Jose Election and Campaign Information

Public Portal for Campaign Finance Disclosure and Lobbyist Filings  
San Jose City Clerk's Office Election Webpage

Not sure what District you're in?  Go to and click on "Look up your Districts." You can also monitor election results and track your ballot to make sure it gets counted.

General Election

Tuesday November 6, 2018


Districts 9 and 7 have run-off elections on the ballot.

​No Candidate responses to questionnaire.

October 30th OpEd in the Mercury News
Why San Jose voters should back Measure T, oppose Measure V


Primary Election

Tuesday, June 5, 2018


CFR rates the major candidates relative to traits we believe are important to the attainment of a financially sustainable model for San Jose.  We hope voters find this analysis useful in their determination of who to vote for in the primary election.



The Council seat in Districts 9 is open as Councilmember Don Rocha will complete his second terms at the end of 2018.

Council seats in Districts 1, 3, 5, and 7 are up for re-election.


Several tax measures will be on the June and November 2018 ballots. Check this website often as it is updated regularly: 

Voting is a Right and a Privilege

Part of being a responsible citizen is educating yourself on the candidates and the issues. While we all live busy lives here in Silicon Valley, we encourage you to look past the glossy mailers that will be filling your mailbox in the coming months and get to know the candidates and the issues.