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Turnout in San Francisco Sets One Record, Will Miss Another

Turnout in San Francisco Sets One Record, Will Miss Another

With a total of 443,435 ballots having been tallied since the polls closed on November 3, the total voter “turnout” in San Francisco just hit 85.10%, as mapped above, by precinct, by Election Maps SF.  And in the absolute, that’s the most votes ever cast in San Francisco, surpassing... Read More »

The Election Results in San Francisco (2020) [UPDATED]

The Election Results in San Francisco (2020) [UPDATED]

With 30,657 Election Day ballots having since been added to the 321,880 vote-by-mail ballots which have already been processed, for a total of 352,537 ballots having been tallied and representing 67.7 percent of the 521,099 potential votes which could have been cast in San Francisco, none of the early... Read More »

#Vote

If you’ve already mailed your ballot or cast an early vote, thank you. If not, San Francisco’s Voting Center at 99 Grove Street and all local polling places will be open from 7am to 8pm today, November 3. We’ll have the early results for all the real estate related... Read More »

Election Results in San Francisco (UPDATED)

With 72,327 election day ballots having since been added to the early mail-in count in San Francisco, for a total of 144,667 ballots having been tallied, representing 28.7 percent of the 503,899 potential votes which could be cast, Proposition D is PASSING and the YES margin for Proposition E... Read More »

#Vote

As of yesterday, 503,970 people were registered to vote in San Francisco; 385,993 mail-in ballots had been issued; and 93,392 ballots had been returned. If you haven’t already voted, please do, you have until 8pm. We’ll run the early results for the real estate related measures – Proposition D... Read More »

Real Estate Related Election Results in San Francisco (UPDATED)

Based on a preliminary election day tally of 115,265 votes, which represents 23.28 percent of a potential 495,050 votes which could have been cast in San Francisco, here are the likely results for the two real estate related ballot measures we’re tracking: Proposition A (Issuance of a $600 Million... Read More »

Initiative to Acquire and Transform Alcatraz Is Back

Initiative to Acquire and Transform Alcatraz Is Back

Having failed back in 2008, a ballot initiative which aims to transform Alcatraz Island into a “Global Peace and Creative Art Center” has been re-drafted and is positioning to qualify for this November’s election. If adopted, the measure would make it the official, but non-binding, policy of the City... Read More »

Mid-Term Election Turnout Will Be over 70 Percent in San Francisco

Mid-Term Election Turnout Will Be over 70 Percent in San Francisco

As of this afternoon, 252,845 of the ballots cast by San Francisco voters in this past Tuesday’s election have been tallied, which equates to 50.5 percent of the potential 500,516 votes, as newly mapped by precinct turnout above. But with around 124,000 vote-by-mail or provisional ballots that have yet... Read More »

Election Results and Turnout in San Francisco (UPDATED)

Election Results and Turnout in San Francisco (UPDATED)

Based on a tally of 221,151 votes, which now includes all 102,345 ballots cast at polling places along with 118,806 of a potential 320,207 vote-by-mail ballots which had been processed prior to the election, here are the preliminary results for the real estate related ballot measures we’re tracking: Proposition... Read More »

#Vote2018

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... Read More »