Articles Recently Tagged: Proposition 10

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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 »

San Francisco Officially Endorses Expansion of Rent Control

As we first reported earlier this year: If adopted by voters in November, California Proposition 10 would overturn the state’s Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act which prevents rent control from applying to single-family homes, condos or any multifamily building which received a certificate of occupancy after January of 1995 (or... Read More »

Supervisors Aim to Cement Support for Expansion of Rent Control

If adopted by voters in November, California Proposition 10 would overturn the state’s Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act which prevents rent control from applying to single-family homes, condos or any multifamily building which received a certificate of occupancy after January of 1995 (or earlier if a city had already adopted... Read More »