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News Pix: Election Edition

| November 9, 2012
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A man stands in front of Moving Forward funded billboards on San Pablo Avenue in Richmond. Moving Forward spent nearly $700,000 on three candidates. (Tawanda Kanhema/Richmond Confidential)

At 5:30 a.m., voters were just trickling into the polling booths at the Palo Alto Fire Department on election day. (Photo: Sasha F. Arijanto /Peninsula Press)

The U.C. Berkeley campus erupted into dancing and cheering when Obama was declared the winner. The campus screened a live news stream on a projector for students, while blasting pop music through speakers situated around politically historic Sproul Plaza. (Lauren Kate Rosenblum/Richmond Confidential)

The election may be over, but the fate of one Berkeley ordinance hangs in the balance. By Wednesday night, just one vote was the difference between Measure T passing or failing.  Here, Alameda County Registrar staff process uncounted ballots. (Tracey Taylor /Berkeleyside)

Senior linebacker Jorge Diaz, #55, lets out a yell after the Richmond Oilers defeated the DeAnza Dons, 14-6, on Senior Night. The Oilers reclaimed the Richmond Cup, awarded to the winner of the annual game, after losing to the Dons last year. (Erik Reyna/Richmond Confidential)

The traditional carnival gets a contemporary makeover in an industrial area of West Oakland. “Peralta Junction” is turning an empty lot at West Grand and Mandela into a magical world of art and performance. (Katrina Schwartz/KQED)

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Katrina Schwartz is a journalist based in San Francisco. She's worked at KPCC public radio in LA and has reported, produced and blogged on health, climate change and local news for KQED in San Francisco. Reach Katrina Schwartz at kschwartz@kqed.org.

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