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now at 6:00 -- election day in america. voting under way on the east coast. lines forming at polling places from new york to florida. on the west coast, we have an hour to go before the polls open. >> that's right. good morning to you. thanks for joining us on this tuesday, november 6th, election day. >> that's right. we are outfitted in red, white and blue as you can see all over your screen. you're never more than seven minutes away from the accuweather forecast. here's mike nicco. >> i want to show you the winds on live doppler 7.ele' ao out ere. hi pressure locked in on us. the air is dryer and cooler than it was this time yesterday. dress for temperatures in the mid-40s to 50 at 7:00. as we head through your 12-hour day planner for this elections day, we've got low to mid-60s at
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the coast from noon to 4:00. around 70 for the bay. mid-to mid to upper 70s for 4:00. we're back down into the mid-50s to nearly 60 degrees. we have a fire danger that's developing. we'll talk about that coming up. here's alexis with the commute. >> good morning, mike. according to our partners at waze, we have a disabled vehicle blocking the middle lane. san mateo bridge around the high rise. i would say that's probably accurate because we have a solid jam back to the toll plaza. definitely plan on delays. if you want to continue on south 880 and take 884 instead, that's looking good as an alternate. hearing all vehicles involved in a crash near westbound 80 near mcbryde are stopped. a new crash in walnut creek we'll take a look at coming up next. your voice, your vote. it is election day and the polls
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open in just one hour, 7:00 a.m. >> we've already seen a big voter turnout, early voter turnout in the south bay. matt keller is live for us in san jose this morning. matt? >> reporter: the quiet before the storm. we have some workers arriving. it's going to be a long day. one of the people who was here early this morning is the registrar of voters and she had a big announcement to make. >> i'm very excited to announce we now have the highest early voting at this point in the election of any time in our history. we also have the highest number of registered voters we've ever had in the history of san sta claire ka county. and in the mail this w m we gey week. >> reporter: more than 885,000 people registered to vote in santa clara county. with that many voters, you need a lot of help. 4,000 election officers are ready to go at 849 polling
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places throughout santa clara county. with so many registered voters, that means a record number of ballots cast. you can still sign up for conditional registration, have a ballot printed and vote. that has to happen at the registrar of voters in san jose. it's still not too late to register and vote. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc7 news. the big national story is the balance of power in congress and whether or not the democrats will be able to take back the house of representatives. i want to show you here on my handy computer exactly what we're talking about. here's the makeup of the house. republicans have 235 seats. democrats have 193 seats. there are seven vacant seats. all 435 seats are on the ballot today. either party needs 218 seats to control the house. with the latest projections, here is how things look right now. 168 seats are projected as
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solidly or likely republican. then 194 seats are projected solidly or likely democrat. that means that democrats need to get 23 of the 73 seats in play to get control of the house. >> as jessica just mentioned, all 435 seats in the house of representatives are at stake. so are 35 of the 100 seats in the senate. voters in 36 states are also voting for governor, including right here in california. here are our candidates. democrat gavin newsom and republican john cox. newsom has an 11-point lead pgoing into today's election, according to the public policy institute. as you can see, that lead has been shrinking over the last several months. if newsom wins today, it will be the first time a democrat will succeed another democrat since 1886. also want to let you know that facebook is taking down accounts that may be trying to interfere with the election. >> the company's cyber security team announced yesterday it's blocked 30 facebook accounts and
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85 instagram accounts suspected of inauthentic behavior. u.s. law enforcement contacted facebook about the suspicious online activity. they are still right now investigating whether those accounts are linked to russia or other foreign entities. pierre thomas spoke on "gma" this morning. >> he says the fbi sent out a bulletin pointing to concerns about possible violence surrounding the election. >> namely that domestic terrorists and islamic radicals might see the election as a time to show fear. at the bottom line, people should go out and vote and let law enforcement worry about this. >> democrats fear voter sue expression while republicans worry about voter fraud. president trump tweeted that law enforcement is looking for illegal voting. thomas says there is little pointing to widespread voter fraud. >> you can still do all the research on the details at
6:06 am abc news will have results of the biggest election results around the country at 5:00 p.m. we'll have election results at 9:00 p.m. on kofy tv and at 11:00 on abc7 news. major expansion. is edo if you have cake mix in your cabinet, it might be recalled. the danger officials are warning of this morning. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. the parents taking care of the kids, getting ready for school day, dress them a touch warmer. 40s to 50s at
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low 40s. upper 30s in napa and novato. let's talk about your activity planner today. voting, exercising, bay play, all good. in fact, the bay will be like glass at times today. san francisco, 54 this morning. flirting with 70 this afternoon. 56 at 8:00. we'll head over to the east bay with just a little warmer, 54 this morning. about 69 at noon. low 70s this afternoon. down to a cool 58 by 8:00. wuns that sun sets with this dry air, it will cool off quickly. we've got a look at the roads right now in walnut creek southbound 680 north of north main, if you look closely you can see flashing lights toward the middle of your screen. we have a crash reported in the left middle lane. sounds like chp is just arriving. definitely heavy. that's starting to spill over onto 242 in the concord area as well. a little better news for the san mateo bridge commute. westbound 92 near the high rise, we have a disabled vehicle reported in the middle lane.
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that's gone and that backup is starting to thin he toll plaza. check your pantry because there's a recall for this cake mix. there's a possible salmonella contaminati contamination. conagra issued the recall for four kinds of duncan mix. the fda says the cake mix may be linked to five cases of salmonella. new at 6:00, a health alert for anyone who uses energy drinks. here's something that is pretty cool. two sisters born on the same day have a new bond they'll share forever. we think it's twincredible.twin okay. as we head to break on this >>your mornings were made rthis better things, than psoriatic arthritis. as you and your rheumatologist,
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don't let another morning go by without hebreakfast makers, takers, step counters, outdoor explorers, faith restorers, appointment keepers, fantastic creatures. farmer's market goers, cholesterol lowerers cell phone silencers. the new lease on lifers,
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and the positive thinkers. here's to you all that see every day as an opportunity to thrive your way. in the south university is looking to make it easier for victims of sexual assault. right now sexual assault exams are only provided in san jose.
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by early next year, victims in the north part of the county won't need to make that trek. the county is working with stanford university to open a new clinic for its students and sexual abuse victims. it will serve cities like palo alto and others. >> more and more survivors are reaching out. they're not just saying me too, they're saying, i need your help. i think there's a real opportunity to be curious about, can we expand the number much locations. >> the university has identified a space at the existing stanford hospital and clinics but it now falls to the county to make sure the right staff is in place. san jose's redwood credit u.n. is making a big extension. they will expand to a new campus on airport boulevard. they're planning to hire 700 people to staff that campus, which will more than double their current staff. people always say twins share a special bond but now twin sisters from fresno share
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something they never thought they would. >> they gave birth to their two daughters on the same day. the 23-year-old twins were pregnant at the same time. their due dates were two days apart. it was a shock when they went into labor on the very same day. >> started having -- i started spotting, so i -- i knew i was going to be in labor. i told her and she was like, i'm having pain here and there, too. i might be in there with you, too. >> the babies were born this past sunday just one hour apart. one was 7 pounds, the other was 7 pounds, 3 ounces. almost the same weight. isn't that special? >> it is. >> big party. >> love to see that. just another reason for them to bond. let's talk about the weather. it's going to be another warm one out there. a lot of sunshine. if you're voting for rain, some of us have spent 160 days without rain.
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it continues to move away from us. up and down the eastern seaboard, that's where the rain will be most dom naninant throu the great lakes. it would be nearly like glass. warm and dry pattern locked in again. breezes will develop and fire danger develops with it. how many days since you've had rain? highs today. let's start with the coolness. 63 at half moon bay. 70 in san francisco. a lot of low to mid-70s including san francisco. the mid-70s to even a few 80s inland around fairfield, antioch and livermore. check out the temperatures tonight. 40 in santa rosa. napa, 42. low to mid-40s in the east bay valleys. antioch warmer at 50. oakland, san francisco, some of our warmer temperatures as we have mid to upper 40s around the bay. let's take an extended look at
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my accuweather seven-day forecast. pattern holds again tomorrow. the sea breeze, it kicks in just a little bit. look at the temperatures. you only drop 2 to 4 degrees. our coolest day, saturday and sunday are still warmer than average. i hope you have a great day. here's alexis. >> good morning, mike. i want to take you back to walnut creek where crews did clear a crash quickly. southbound 680 north of north main street. we did see flashing lights there a few minutes ago. you can see that's off on the right shoulder. definitely some residual delays in the area that will take a little while to bounce back. that's one of our busiest stretches. still in the road, northbound 101 past cochran road. two separate crashes, both on the shoulder. a quick check of drive times. westbound 580 across the richmond-san rafael bridge, looking good at. seven minutes. san mateo bridge recovering from an earlier disabled vehicle, in
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the yellow at 26 minutes. >> thanks. "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 right here on abc7 news. >> ginger zee live for us from new york. >> nice to be with both of you this morning. coming up on "gma," you know it's a big day because we've got you covered for election day. both sides making their final push overnight. americans heading to the polls this morning. our political team is all across america covering the biggest races in the battleground states. we'll tell you what you can watch for and what it means. a huge shakeup for one of the most olympic sports. the new fallout from the u.s. g gymnastics sex scandal. real housewife theresa giudice is here after hearing her husband might be deported. the couple that adopted not one but four siblings.
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they're here live and we have a huge surprise for them. it's all coming up on "gma." >> those folks with really big hearts. >> you had me at theresa giudice. >> you'll be here. >> ever since she flipped that table, i've been watching her. >> you had me at the nice, heart-warming story. >> you had me at a flipped table. >> how can you resist? >> thank you so much. >> that's the one that caught your attention? >> are you surprised? >> no. we have more ahead. "people" magazine has named idris elba the sexiest man alive. find out how he's reacting. it's pretty funny. we'll be right back.
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here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis.
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vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. gorgeous start to the day. mt. tam, pretty quiet. a ton of sunshine means 70 70 70 degrees. police in the north bay say an inmate started fires at the sonoma county jail and 19 people ended up in the hospital. sky7 sky map shows you the scene. an inmate started fires in two common areas. 14 deputies and 5 inmates had to be treated for smoke inhalation. authorities issued an amber alert for diana moreira over the weekend. necessity say she took her two children without permission from a supervised visit on friday. sheriff's deputies received a tip and arrested her in colorado
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springs yesterday. the children were found safe and unharmed. new at 6:00 -- a new warning about energy drinks. they could be making your blood vessels less efficient. researchers at mcgovern medical school in houston studied more than 40 adults in their 20s. studies show consuming one energy drink made blood vessels less efficient. that could constrict blood flow and oxygen. this could be the reason there are reports of kids experiencing cardiac arrest after just one energy drink. this new research has not yet been published. in the north bay, henhouse brewing is planning to expands. they plan to quadruple its production over the next two years and this will allow it to reach more of the bay area, including san jose and also sacramento. the brewery first opened in 2011. it serves six bay counties. they have 50 employees and as part of the expansion they plan
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to hire 40 morepele. to "people" magazine's sexiests man alive. this year's winner, idris elba. the 40-year-old british actor first turned heads on the hbo series "the wire." when he found out he won, he told "people" magazine, i looked in the mirror, checked myself out and said, yeah, you are kind of sexy today. elba says he keeps his sexy on by doing kickboxing. he moonlights as one of the hottest deejays in europe. he's also a doting dad. he says he probably annoys his kids with all of his hugs and i love yous. >> he said his celebrity crush is serena williams, at he himself is engaged to be married. you can always have a crush. >> everyone can have a celebrity crush, right? he's a lot of people's celebrity crushes. next at 6:30, your voice, your vote. the bay county area where federal authorities will be on hand for today's elections. we're live in washington, d.c. voting under way across the east coast this morning. what's at stake on a national
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level. plus, new developments released overnight abo
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now at 6:30, a dangerous standoff in the east bay. a man accused of shooting a police officer holed up in a home now under arrest. election day in america. lines forming around the country as polling places prepare to open in the bay area. speaking of those polls, they're not even old enough to vote, but they're still taking part. why you may see some high school students at your polling place today. good morning to you. thanks for join, us. it's tuesday, election day, november 6th. >> i'm loving our election day look this morning. hope you are, too. you're never more than seven minutes away from the accuweather forecast. mike, weather won't stop anyone
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from getting to the polls here. >> not here. on the east coast, yes, they have a lot of rain. we'll keep asking ourselves, how much days has it been since you've had rain? there's a little mist along the coast. you can see the clouds will. otherwise, we're waking up to this everywhere. but, it is cooler this morning. there are some upper 30s in our deepest inland valleys. most in the mid-40s to 50s at 7:00. mid-60s to mid-70s at the bay at noon. the rest of us will be hanging out in the 70s. with the earlier sunset, 7:00 will be cooler, 53 to 63 for the last-minute voters. alexis? >> we've had a handful of issues on the roads but all of the major ones have cleared up. low number of incidents on the board. bay bridge toll plays. >> metering lights have been on since 5:23 this morning. you definitely have a wait if you're using cash or fast track.
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westbound 4, antioch to concord in the delay, 41 minutes. no delay southbound 101, san rafael, in the green, 16 minutes. polls here in california open in a little less than 30 minutes at 7:00 a.m. across the country, voters have already been going to the polls for this consequential midterm election. >> more than 105 million americans are expected to vote. you're looking at voters at a polling site at brooklyn museum in new york. abc news reporter stephanie ramos is live for us. >> reporter: jessica and reggie, the battle for midterms has come down to immigration for republicans and health care for democrats. the president in the end motivating people from both parties to go day president trumpt wte in missouri, he laid out the stakes of the election.
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>> we have to elect a republican congress. we have to do it. >> reporter: the president on his final push continuing to fuel fear about illegal immigration. >> democrats are caravan after caravan of illegal aliens. >> reporter: there's no evidence democrats have anything to do with the caravan of my grans fleeing violence and poverty former president obama out on the trail this past week. >> unlike some people, i don't just make stuff up when i'm talking. i have facts to back me up. >> reporter: obama speaking to voters in northern virginia, trying to help democrats win control of at least the house. all 435 seats in the house are up for voting and 35 seats in the senate. democrats need 23 seats to take back control of the house and they also need two seats in the senate. at least 36 million americans
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have already voted during this midterm. now, during the last midterm at this point, 20 million had voted. reporting live from the capitol, stephanie ramos, abc7 news. >> we've seen the president campaigning nonstop in the last few weeks, but how will he spend this election day? >> reporter: the president held 11 rallies in eight states. the white house says the president will spend the day at the white house, making phone calls, monitoring all the races across the country and also getting real-time updates from his political team. the white house also says that the president and first lady have invited their friends and family to join them at the residence to watch those election returns come in. back to you. now we'll move to the governor's race in california. both candidates spending their last day before the election right here in the bay area. abc7 news reporter amy
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hollyfield live in larkspur where gavin newsom is expected to cast his ballot this morning. >> reporter: good morning. right here at this polling place, which is about to open, and then gavin newsom and his wife will head down to l.a. that's where they'll watch election returns come in tonight. newsom held his last campaign event in san francisco yesterday. he held it in the mission district and had support from some big democratic leaders there yesterday. governor jerry brown was there and senator ka harris. his opponent, john cox, he campaigned in berkeley and sacramento yesterday. he has already voted. both candidates say they will focus on the high cost of living in california if they are elected. >> the issue that defines our moment is the capacity to address the issue of income inequality and wealth inequality in our society. >> people want to have a quality house that doesn't break their
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budget. they want to afford rent, gasoline, afford food on the table. >> reporter: cox has said he wants to fix california and he doesn't see the job of governor as a rung on a ladder. that's a jab at newsom. as there has been talk of newsom one day running for president. newsom says if he is elected today, there will be no delay. he will start the transition process to the governor's office this week. reporting live in larkspur, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you. some extra eyes will be on the election in san mateo county. election observers from the department of justice's civil rights division will be supervising there. san mateo county is one of five counties in the state that has no polling places for today's election. instead, voters are required to mail ballots or drop them off at an election office. the monitors focus on making sure those ballots are handled
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properly and that election material is available in english, chinese and spanish. the polls open at 7:00 this morning and close at 8:00 tonight. if you have a vote-by-mail ballot, you can drop it off at any polling place by the 8:00 p.m. deadline. you can also mail it. it has to be postmarked by today and received by friday. most mail-in ballots require extra postage. don't forget to sign the back of the envelope. it depends on where you live in the bay area. some counties pay for the postage automatically. some companies make it easy for you to get to the polls. ford go bike will let you check out a bike for free. their bikes are docked in san francisco, san jose and also in the east bay. ride share provider lyft is giving 50% off all rides to the polls. uber is giving a $10 discount on a single ride to your polling place. in san francisco, scooter riders on skip get a $5 certificate for po and tha they polls. yhe
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ouse scoot,hat w get a free ride. lime scooters and bikes can be ridden for free both to and from the polls today. stay with abc 7 for live election coverage. abc news will have results of the biggest races around the country beginning at 5:00 p.m. we'll have live local election coverage beginning at 9:00 p.m. on kofy 20 and at 11:00 on abc 7. you can get updates at any time by going to you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. all these reporting stations 15 to 16 degrees cooler this morning. our coolest temperatures up in the north bay. running the heater this morning? might want to. petaluma, 37. we've got napa at 38. american canyon, 36. santa rosa, 39. there are some milder spots,
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tiburon, 41. 54 to 55 around san francisco. everybody else in the 40s pretty much this morning. here's a look at your commute. roads, mass transit, ferry, all green, all good. let's move on and talk about some neighborhoods. peninsula, 55 this morning. voting at noon during the lunch hour, 69. low 70s during the afternoon hours. voting this evening, 62 at 6:00. 57 at 8:00. temperatures drop rapidly with the clear sky and bone dry air. east bay valley is 51 this morning. hanging around the upper 70s this afternoon. last top in the south bay, 52 this morning. we'll hang in the mid to upper 70s from noon to 4:00. down to 59 by 8:00. we've got a fire danger that's developing. i'll tell you about that coming up next. first, alexis with the morning commute. >> i want i want to take you back to walnut creek where we had earlier trouble. northbound 680. crews arrived quickly and pushed that off to the right shoulder. we're looking at residual delays and some typical heavy volumes in this area. you are backed up onto 242 and
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242 is heavy. backed up to about highway 4. definitely expect some delays through that pleasant hill, conco concord, walnut creek stretch this morning. want to take you back to some residual delays from an earlier disabled vehicle on westbound 92. that's long gone at this point. coming over from 880 approaching the toll plaza, you're down to 22 miles an hour. the nimitz is heavy as well, before and after 92 there. 14 miles an hour for you. that is just a little bit of residual delay from the earlier issue and our typical volumes as well. 54 b.a.r.t. trains and service, no delays. ace 3, 5 and 7, no delays. line 29 passengers may experience some delays. they didn't elaborate so i'm not sure what the issue is. we'll take a look at drive times coming up next. new developments overnight in a standoff. an officer-involved shooting in the east bay. looks like sears might be holding on a little longer.
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the deal that could keep them open through the holidays. this viral video, the start of a bad joke. why did the salmon cross the road? the
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to keep you both comfortable. and now, the queen sleep number 360 c4 smart bed is only $1299. plus 24-month financing on all beds. only for a limited time. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. we all know why the chicken
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crossed the road. what about the salmon? a fish hatchery specialist in washington state spotted more than a dozen salmons swimming across a highway in shelton, washington. it's rained like 15 days in a row and the road was flooded. this isn't an unusual sight in washington but sure makes for great video. i'll post that to social media if you want to watch it later. let's turn our attention to something more serious now. 10:00 tomorrow evening through 7:00 friday, lake county in fire danger. look at that sunshine, 59. 74 in l.a. with afternoon sunshine. tahoe, it's 22 degrees right
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now. they're making snow every morning. this afternoon it will hit the 60s today, tomorrow and 40s thursday before settling into the mid-50s for the weekend. a 32-year-old man wanted for shooting an antioch police officer in the head is in custody. >> amazingly, the police officer is not injured. here's video of the scene near deerfield drive and fawn hill way. officers responded to a call about a dispute between neighbors. the antioch police chief says one of the neighbors showed a gun, shot the officer and then barricaded himself in the home. some people who lived in the area had to evacuate while others sheltered in place. >> all of a sudden i'm out on my patio with my cats and i hear this, come out with your hands up, like two or three times something. i heard that. >> it's very quiet here, so it's a big surprise for us. night.
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th suspect is now in custody at the contra costa county detention facility. your voice, your vote. it is election day and the polls open in 15 minutes. >> already we've seen a big turnout in the south bay with early voting. abc7 news reporter matt keller is live for us. >> reporter: good morning. you have options this morning if you're here in san jose. this is the registrar of voter's office. you can either go that direction and vote in person in 15 minutes when the polls open or you can go this direction and you can actually drop off your ballot here to these people who are waiting around to help you out. an announcement this morning from the registrar of voters, big numbers in santa clara county. there's a record number of registrations, more than 885,000. the new numbers released this morning smashes the record for most ballots turned in on election day with 257,000 ballots cast. 4,000 election officers are
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ready to go throughout 849 polling places throughout santa clara. getting the ballots counted will take longer than other counties. here's why. >> we have a central tabulation, which requires all ballots from 849 polling places come back to our one location to be counted on election night. it does take us time. >> reporter: if you haven't registered to vote, you can still sign up for conditional registration, have a ballot printed and vote. that has to happen at the registrar of voters in san jose. it's not too late to register and to vote. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc7 news. >> thank you. some san francisco students who aren't even old enough to vote will be working the polls on this election day. >> the department of elections hired 600 students as part of a program that's been around for years. the students who must be at least 16 do things like help vters sign in, issue and collect ballots. they started work about 45 minutes ago and they will stay
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until 9:00 tonight. the pay is $142 for the day or $152 if they're bilingual. high school and college students across the country will march from the classroom to the polls today. the future coalition is organizing the walk out to vote. this is video of other walkouts. students part of the coalition have organized recently. . this movement follows the deadly parkland school shooting. more than a dozen schools in the bay area plan to participate in the walkout at 10:00 this morning. now your morning money report. sears is close to securing enough money to keep its doors open through the crucial holiday shopping season. >> according to multiple reports, the $600 million bankruptcy financing package could be announced this week. sears filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy october 15th, announcing it would close 142 of its 700 stores by the end of the year. halloween is in the rearview mirror so it's time to look ahead to thanksgiving.
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several ice cream shops are offering a creamy alternative to the thanksgiving dinner. salt and straw offering a five-course frozen thanksgiving feast including sweet potato casserole, spiced goat cheese and pumpkin pie, roasted peach and sage bread stuffing and a salted caramel thanksgiving turkey. >> i think it sounds delicious. >> yes. >> and you've actually tried it. >> i've tried it. it was a hit. it's not like that's what we ate for thanksgiving. it was dessert. it was one of several desserts offered. i got the whole collection. we had a lot of fun with it. >> it sounds fun to try. >> i don't know if i could eat a whole tub full of it. >> no. a spoonful and you're good to go. >> which is what i usually do with my ice cream, eat the whole pan. >> love to try but not sure i'd get too deep into it. but i'd like to try it. let's talk about what's going on. trying out warm weather once again after a chilly start. the birds are up early this
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morning from our camera at pier 15. look at that earlier sunrise. isn't that gorgeous? let's talk about what's going to happen today. light humidity, it's bone dry out there. with all day sunshine, it will be another warm day. with calm conditions and clear sky tonight, that dry air will cool significantly. like we're dealing with this morning. we're still tracking that fire danger that is going develop tomorrow night through friday morning. we'll start with the coolest in south bay, milpitas and santa cruz at 72. san jose at 76. a lot of 70 to 74-degree temperatures on the peninsula except millbrae at 67. check out downtown san francisco. we'll have 75 in vallejo. santa rosa, 79, the warm spot in the north bay. 71 in richmond and san leandro. oakland and fremont, the warm spots for the east bay. 77 and 81 in our valleys. except temperatures in our deepest valleys in the upper 30s
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to mid-40s tonight. the rest in the mid-40s to low 50s. tomorrow afternoon about the same. a slight pullback in temperatures, a degree or two for thursday, friday. our coolest day saturday and sunday. still very nice and still warmer than average. >> good morning. i want to take a look at the emeryville camera. interstate 80. westbound side we had a hit-and-run crash in gilman and a disabled vehicle around university. i'm pretty sure i can see flashing lights off on the shoulder. looking at traffic on either side of 80 it looks okay from this view. i don't think either of those causing much of a slowdown. westbound 580 and 205 better than yesterday. we haven't had any collisions but just 6 miles an hour on 205. 17 miles an hour when you make it to 580. drive times, southbound 101 santa rosa to petaluma, 20 minutes. slight delays, 101 northbound
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6:54. here are the seven things to know before you go. number one, this election day. president trump will remain at the white house watching the results closely. all 435 seats in the u.s. house are up for voting and 35 seats in the u.s. senate. number two, in the race for california governor, both candidates made a last-ditch effort to gain votes. no surprise there. gavin newsom in san francisco, voting in larkspur this morning. his opponent, republican john cox already voted. number three, a record 885,000 people are registered to vote in santa claire county. nearly a third have already turned in their ballots. if you did not vote early, polls for everyone open in just five minutes at 7:00. number four, 56-year-old cesar sayock is due in court today. he's the man accused of mailing more than a dozen pipe bombs late last month. most were addressed to democratic politicians,
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including senator ka maharris. number five, we're off to a cooler start this morning but we'll end up in the same place this afternoon. 60s and 70s with bone dry air and temperatures above average. number six, we really are looking okay right now for the tuesday morning commute. we had a handful of issues. nothing major blocking right now. pretty typical commute here. we have the bay bridge metering lights on, so expect delays back into the maze. number seven. who says you have to cook thanksgiving dinner. pringles is making the flavors of thanks giving available in stackable form. today stuffing, turkey and pumpkin pie flavors go on sale. only sold online . have you already ordered them? >> you can purchase a three-pack for $14.99. > what a steal. >> pringles is saying, get your stretchy pants ready. pretty funny. >> that is funny. get out and vote.
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