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CA & SF Primary Election Results

Whether it was yea or nay, Mark Leno or London Breed, many of us voted on June 5 (though not all). Mail-in ballots are still being counted so check back in for the latest election results.

Now on to the main event.

Last updated: Wednesday, June 13, 4:00pm PT

Mayor of SF

London Breed is the next Mayor of San Francisco
London Breed

London Breed

With ~247K ballots counted, Breed is the winner with 113,093 to Leno's 110,916. Earlier on Wednesday, Mark Leno conceded, making London the first black woman to be mayor of SF.

Governor of CA

It's official: Democrat Gavin Newsom and Republican John Cox are facing off in November's general election.
Gavin Newsom

Gavin Newsom

Gavin Newsom, as expected, finished first with 33% of the vote.
John Cox

John Cox

John Cox finished second with 26% of the vote. Some say Republicans already won by booting Democrat Antonio Villagaroisa from the second place spot.

Everyone else who ran for Governor

SF Superior Court Judges

It was a rare and unprecedented race between a slate of four candidates from SF's Public Defenders Office and an independent attorney, challenging four sitting judges. The incumbents won re-election and will be starting their six-year term in January 2019.
Andrew Cheng

Andrew Cheng

He won Seat #4 with 65% of the vote.
Curtis Karnow

Curtis Karnow

He won Seat #7 with 56% of the vote.
Cynthia Lee

Cynthia Lee

She won Seat #9 with 63% of the vote.
Jeff Ross

Jeff Ross

He won Seat #11 with 61% of the vote.

SF Propositions

Prop A is for Authority

Passed

Prop A is for Authority

SF Public Utilities Commission can now issue revenue bonds to fund clean energy projects.
Prop C is for child care

Prolly Yes

Prop C is for child care

With 6K votes left to count, Yes is ahead by 3.1K votes. It seems likely to pass. Prop C would raise taxes on commercial rental properties to expand universal child care services.
Prop E is for eliminating flavored tobacco sales

Passed

Prop E is for eliminating flavored tobacco sales

The sale of flavored tobacco products in SF is now banned.
Prop G is for g-g-ground tax

Passed

Prop G is for g-g-ground tax

The majority of property owners now must pay an annual $298 parcel tax to fund SF Unified School District.
Prop I is for proclaiming 'Injustice!'

Failed

Prop I is for proclaiming 'Injustice!'

Regardless of the outcome, Prop I doesn't have any legal impact.
Prop B is for Brown

Passed

Prop B is for Brown

City appointed members of boards and commissions must resign if they run for state or local office.
Prop D is for development

Failed

Prop D is for development

This would've raised taxes on commercial rental properties to fund affordable housing initiatives, but it didn't get enough votes to pass. All eyes are now on Prop C.
Prop F is for facing eviction

Passed

Prop F is for facing eviction

Tenants facing eviction are now guaranteed legal representation.
Prop H is for how SFPD uses Tasers

Failed

Prop H is for how SFPD uses Tasers

The SF Police Department will implement the Police Commission's Taser policy, not the Police Officer Association's Taser policy.

Regional Measure 3 is for $3

Regional Measure 3

Passed

Regional Measure 3

Bay Area bridge tolls (except for Golden Gate Bridge) will increase by up to $3 over the next seven years.

CA Propositions

Prop 68 is for more environmental projects

Passed

Prop 68 is for more environmental projects

CA can issue $4.1B in general obligation bonds to fund environmental projects.
Prop 70 is for politics

Failed

Prop 70 is for politics

Cap-and-trade revenue would've been allocated into a special fund, but since it failed, a simple majority of the legislature can vote on how to spend the funds.
Prop 72 is for tax exemption

Passed

Prop 72 is for tax exemption

Water collection systems are exempt from property tax assessments.
Prop 69 is for diesel gas

Passed

Prop 69 is for diesel gas

All of the revenue from CA's new gas tax will go towards transit-related projects instead of the General Fund.
Prop 71 is for loophole

Passed

Prop 71 is for loophole

A loophole for when a ballot measure goes into effect and when mail-in ballots are counted is now closed.

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