With 100 percent of precincts having reported, San Francisco Proposition B which will require voter approval for any increase in the existing height limits for property currently under control of the Port of San Francisco has passed with 59.4% of ballots marked YES versus 40.6% marked NO.
Local Measure A which will allow the City to issue $400 million in bonds to finance Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response needs also passed with a vote of 79% YES / 21% NO.
And while the final voter turnout count will tick up a little as provisional and late mail-in votes are tallied, it likely won’t move more than a point. And at 22.13%, San Francisco voters have set an embarrassing new record low.
Note: As we first reported earlier in the evening, the mail-in only vote for Proposition B was 59% Yes /41% No.