With 100 percent of San Francisco’s precincts reporting, but plenty of mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted, the early results for all the key measures below are holding. But the margin for the so-called Airbnb Measure F has narrowed (down to 55 percent No), as has the margin for the Mission Moratorium Measure I (down to 57 percent No), while the margin for Measure A, the City’s Affordable Housing Bond, has increased another point (up to 73 percent Yes).
Based on the results of 66,339 votes at the polls and 65,923 mail-in ballots (a quarter of the 257,758 mail-in ballots which were issued), San Francisco Ballot Measures A (Affordable Housing Bond), D (Mission Rock), and K (Surplus Public Land Use) are passing while Measures F (Short-Term Rental Restrictions) and I (Mission Moratorium) are failing.
UPDATED: The latest counts for the measures above based on 184,733 ballots cast (see UPDATES below):
Measure A – Passed (73.91% Yes, 26.09% No) requires 66.6% + 1 to pass
Measure D – Passed (73.98% Yes, 26.02% No)
Measure F – Failed (44.24% Yes, 55.76% No)
Measure I – Failed (42.34% Yes, 57.66% No)
Measure K – Passed (73.92% Yes, 26.08% No)
The full election results: November 3, 2015 Unofficial Election Results.
There are likely another 40,000 or so mail-in ballots that have yet to be counted and added to the tallies above.
UPDATE(11/4): Another 8,684 mail-in ballots have been tallied. And while they haven’t changed the outcome of any election day results, the effective voter turnout is up to 31.54 percent and counting.
UPDATE (11/5): Another 14,729 mail-in ballots have been tallied. And once again, none of the of the early outcomes have changed. But in the eyes of Lloyd Christmas, there’s still a chance.
UPDATE (11/6): Another 16,478 mail-in ballots have been tallied. Once again, none of the of the early outcomes have changed. And while the results haven’t been certified, it’s now mathematically impossible for any of the results above to change.
UPDATE (11/9): Another 9,087 mail-in ballots have been tallied and added to the outcomes above. And while the margins remain the same, the voter turnout is now officially (just) over 40 percent.