As of yesterday, roughly 500,400 people were registered to vote in San Francisco, down from 513,400 the day before the election in 2016; 366,000 mail-in ballots had been issued for today’s election (up from 346,000 at the same time in 2016); and 126,200 ballots had been returned (down from 154,000 the day before the election in 2016).

We’ll run the early results for the real estate related measures, including Proposition A (Embarcadero Seawall earthquake safety bond), Proposition C (business tax to fund homeless services), Proposition 5 (reduced requirements for transferring property tax base) and Proposition 10 (the potential to expand rent control) as soon as they’re released this evening.

If you haven’t already voted, please do. You have until 8pm. And if you have already voted, thank you.

UPDATE: The Early Election Results in San Francisco

Recent Articles

Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

Comments are closed.