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 65,000 ballots remaining to be processed.
The accounting for the latest ranked-choice results are outlined in the table above with the current tallies for the top four vote getters, including first choice votes, below:
1. London Breed 36.10% of first choice votes (49.96% based on ranked choice result tallies)
2. Mark Leno 25.62% (50.04% based on ranked choice results)
3. Jane Kim 23.06% (CONCEDED)
4. Angela Alioto 7.27%
And if the trend for the batch of 19,474 ballots processed over the past 24 hours holds for the 65,000 waiting to be tallied, London Breed would pass Mark Leno and become the next Mayor of San Francisco by a margin of less than 300 votes (0.09 percent of all ballots cast).
UPDATE (6/9): London Breed Takes the Lead in SF Mayoral Race