November 5, 2019 - Consolidated Municipal Election - City and County of San Francisco - FINAL REPORT

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Last published: December 1, 2019 8:28:13 PM

Summary Results

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Registration and Turnout

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%)

Election Day 59,428 28.83%
Vote By Mail 146,694 71.17%
Ballots Cast 206,122 41.64%
Registered Voters 495,050

CITY AND COUNTY

Mayor

Rank up to 6 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [RCV rounds] [Detailed results]

Votes Round Percent
LONDON N. BREED 134,345 6 79.00%
ELLEN LEE ZHOU 35,706 6 21.00%
JOEL VENTRESCA 17,425 5 9.90%
PAUL YBARRA ROBERTSON 9,312 4 5.23%
WILMA PANG 5,297 3 2.96%
ROBERT L. JORDAN, JR. 2,459 2 1.37%
MARC ROTH (write-in) 7 1 0.00%
Overvotes 539
Undervotes 28,386
Ballots Counted 177,192

Member, Board of Supervisors, District 5

Rank up to 4 candidates

54 of 54 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [RCV rounds] [Detailed results]

Votes Round Percent
DEAN PRESTON 11,723 3 50.40%
VALLIE BROWN 11,538 3 49.60%
RYAN LAM 1,035 2 4.39%
NOMVULA O'MEARA 278 1 1.17%
Overvotes 39
Undervotes 1,253
Ballots Counted 23,473

City Attorney

Rank up to 3 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
DENNIS J. HERRERA 161,369 100.00%
Overvotes 55
Undervotes 44,693
Ballots Counted 161,369

District Attorney

Rank up to 4 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [RCV rounds] [Detailed results]

Votes Round Percent
CHESA BOUDIN 86,712 3 50.83%
SUZY LOFTUS 83,872 3 49.17%
NANCY TUNG 46,630 2 24.98%
LEIF DAUTCH 27,031 1 13.99%
Overvotes 474
Undervotes 13,590
Ballots Counted 192,053

Public Defender

Rank up to 3 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
MANOHAR "MANO" RAJU 158,560 100.00%
Overvotes 34
Undervotes 47,523
Ballots Counted 158,560

Sheriff

Rank up to 3 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
PAUL MIYAMOTO 146,628 100.00%
Overvotes 37
Undervotes 59,452
Ballots Counted 146,628

Treasurer

Rank up to 3 candidates

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
JOSÉ CISNEROS 152,703 100.00%
Overvotes 31
Undervotes 53,383
Ballots Counted 152,703

SCHOOL

Member, Board of Education

Vote for One

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
JENNY LAM 121,154 73.61%
KIRSTEN STROBEL 26,036 15.82%
ROBERT K. COLEMAN 17,395 10.57%
Overvotes 639
Undervotes 41,121
Ballots Counted 164,585

Member, Community College Board

Vote for One

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
IVY LEE 157,858 100.00%
Overvotes 55
Undervotes 48,427
Ballots Counted 157,858

CITY AND COUNTY PROPOSITIONS

Proposition A - Affordable Housing Bond

Question text

SAN FRANCISCO AFFORDABLE HOUSING BONDS. To finance the construction, development, acquisition, and preservation of housing affordable to extremely-low, low and middle-income households through programs that will prioritize vulnerable populations such as San Francisco’s working families, veterans, seniors, and persons with disabilities; to assist in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of existing affordable housing to prevent the displacement of residents; to repair and reconstruct distressed and dilapidated public housing developments and their underlying infrastructure; to assist the City’s middle-income residents or workers in obtaining affordable rental or home ownership opportunities including down payment assistance and support for new construction of affordable housing for San Francisco Unified School District and City College of San Francisco employees; and to pay related costs; shall the City and County of San Francisco issue $600,000,000 in general obligation bonds with a duration of up to 30 years from the time of issuance, an estimated average tax rate of $0.019/$100 of assessed property value, and projected average annual revenues of $50,000,000, subject to independent citizen oversight and regular audits?

Requires 66⅔% affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 143,055 71.16%
NO 57,974 28.84%
Overvotes 42
Undervotes 5,269
Ballots Counted 201,029

Proposition B - Department of Disability and Aging Services

Question text

Shall the City amend the Charter to change the name of the Department of Aging and Adult Services to the Department of Disability and Aging Services; to change the name of the Aging and Adult Services Commission to the Disability and Aging Services Commission; and to add new qualifications for three of the seven seats on this Commission?

Requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 152,456 78.49%
NO 41,775 21.51%
Overvotes 35
Undervotes 12,074
Ballots Counted 194,231

Proposition C - Vapor Products

Question text

Shall the City overturn the law passed by the Board of Supervisors suspending the sale of electronic cigarettes until they receive FDA authorization, and adopt new regulations on the sale, manufacture, distribution and advertising of electronic cigarettes in San Francisco?

Requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 36,666 18.19%
NO 164,885 81.81%
Overvotes 119
Undervotes 4,670
Ballots Counted 201,551

Proposition D - Traffic Congestion Mitigation Tax

Question text

Shall the City impose a 1.5% business tax on shared rides and a 3.25% business tax on private rides for fares charged by commercial ride-share and driverless-vehicle companies until November 5, 2045, raising an estimated $30-35 million annually, to fund improvements in Muni service and bicycle and pedestrian safety?

Requires 66⅔% affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 135,721 67.65%
NO 64,896 32.35%
Overvotes 49
Undervotes 5,674
Ballots Counted 200,617

Proposition E - Affordable Housing and Educator Housing

Question text

Shall the City amend the Planning Code to allow 100% Affordable Housing Projects and Educator Housing Projects in public zoning districts and to expedite approval of these projects?

Requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 151,865 76.30%
NO 47,175 23.70%
Overvotes 60
Undervotes 7,240
Ballots Counted 199,040

Proposition F - Campaign Contributions and Campaign Advertisements

Question text

Shall the City establish new restrictions on campaign contributions to local elected officials and candidates, and apply new disclaimer requirements to campaign advertisements?

Requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass

474 of 474 Precincts Reporting (100.00%) [Detailed results]

Votes Percent
YES 151,023 76.89%
NO 45,384 23.11%
Overvotes 28
Undervotes 9,905
Ballots Counted 196,407

This is a demonstration of the Open Source Voting Results Reporter (ORR) of the San Francisco Elections Commission's Open Source Voting System Technical Advisory Committee (OSVTAC).