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London Breed Wins SF Mayoral Race (UPDATED)

London Breed Wins SF Mayoral Race (UPDATED)

With a total of 244,398 ballots having now been tallied, representing 50.71 percent of 482,000 potential votes, London Breed has extended her lead in San Francisco’s mayoral race to 1,861 votes. And while there are an estimated 7,800 ballots remaining to be processed, based on the trend for the... Read More »

Leno’s Lead Down to 144 Votes in SF Mayoral Race

Leno’s Lead Down to 144 Votes in SF Mayoral Race

With an additional 32,194 mail-in ballots having now been tallied and added to the Election Day count, which, in total, now accounts for 186,484 (38.69 percent) of roughly 480,000 potential votes, Mark Leno’s lead over London Breed in San Francisco’s mayoral race has narrowed to 144 with an estimated... Read More »

Leno’s Lead Down to 255 Votes in SF Mayoral Race

Leno’s Lead Down to 255 Votes in SF Mayoral Race

With an additional 12,719 mail-in ballots having been tallied and added to the election day count, which now accounts for 167,009 (35 percent) of roughly 480,000 potential votes, Mark Leno’s lead over London Breed in San Francisco’s mayoral race has narrowed to 255 with an estimated 79,000 ballots waiting... Read More »

Leno’s Lead in Mayoral Race Narrows

Leno’s Lead in Mayoral Race Narrows

With an additional 4,654 mail-in ballots having been added to last night’s election day tally, which now totals 158,944 (33 percent) of roughly 480,000 potential votes, with an estimated 85,000 ballots left to be tallied, Mark Leno’s ranked-choice lead over London Breed has narrowed by 25 votes to 1,121.... Read More »

Election Results and Mayoral Frontrunner in San Francisco

Election Results and Mayoral Frontrunner in San Francisco

With 100 percent of precincts having reported in San Francisco, adding 75,266 votes to the early tally of 79,024 mail-in ballots, for a total of 154,290 (32 percent) of 482,000 potential votes, but not yet accounting for provisional nor mail-in ballots received on (or after) election day, the preliminary results... Read More »

#Vote

As of yesterday, roughly 481,700 people were registered to vote in San Francisco (which is down from 513,400 people in November of 2016); 320,700 mail-in ballots had been issued for today’s election; and 80,600 ballots had been returned. We’ll run the early results for the real estate related measures,... Read More »

The Early Election Results in San Francisco

The Early Election Results in San Francisco

Based on a tally of 273,736 ballots cast, which is roughly half of the 513,623 potential votes in San Francisco, here are early results for the real estate related ballot measures we’re tracking: Proposition B (Parcel Tax to Fund City College): 80% YES / 20% NO Proposition C (Financing... Read More »

#Vote

As of yesterday, roughly 513,400 people were registered to vote in San Francisco; 346,000 mail-in ballots had been issued for today’s election; and 154,000 ballots had been returned. We’ll run the early results for the real estate related measures, including Proposition B (the parcel tax to fund City College),... Read More »

Bay Guardian’s ‘Clean Slate’ Voter Guide Revived

While the San Francisco Bay Guardian, a “leading voice for progressive San Francisco since 1966,” was shuttered in October of 2014, its intellectual assets, including its name, website and digital archives, have been transferred to the San Francisco Center for Newspaper Preservation for non-commercial use. And while the weekly... Read More »

The Day After: November 2 Real Estate Related Election Results

With 100% of the San Francisco precincts reporting, but not including vote-by-mail or provisional ballots, it would appear that San Francisco Measure A (Earthquake Retrofit Bond) failed, while Measure L (Sit/Lie Ordinance) and Measure N (increases the transfer tax rate for real property valued at $5 million and above)... Read More »