597 of 597 precincts (100%)
Last Updated: November 21, 2014 19:48:36

Total Registration and Turnout

Registration 436,019

Ballots cast Percentage
Vote-by-Mail 136,219 31.24%
Election Day 94,995 21.79%
Total 231,214 53.03%

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Governor

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - EDMUND G. ''JERRY'' BROWN 196,745 88.15%
REP - NEEL KASHKARI 26,442 11.85%
Total 223,187 100%

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Lieutenant Governor

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - GAVIN NEWSOM 181,717 84.4%
REP - RON NEHRING 33,589 15.6%
Total 215,306 100%

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Secretary of State

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - ALEX PADILLA 162,575 78.5%
REP - PETE PETERSON 44,537 21.5%
Total 207,112 100%

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State Controller

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - BETTY T. YEE 170,385 81.48%
REP - ASHLEY SWEARENGIN 38,730 18.52%
Total 209,115 100%

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State Treasurer

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - JOHN CHIANG 175,961 83.94%
REP - GREG CONLON 33,665 16.06%
Total 209,626 100%

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Attorney General

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - KAMALA D. HARRIS 180,253 83.79%
REP - RONALD GOLD 34,870 16.21%
Total 215,123 100%

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Insurance Commissioner

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - DAVE JONES 171,711 84.38%
REP - TED GAINES 31,775 15.62%
Total 203,486 100%

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Board of Equalization, District 2

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - FIONA MA 169,455 83.52%
REP - JAMES E. THEIS 33,430 16.48%
Total 202,885 100%

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United States Representative, District 12

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - NANCY PELOSI 160,067 83.25%
REP - JOHN DENNIS 32,197 16.75%
Total 192,264 100%

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United States Representative, District 14

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - JACKIE SPEIER 19,105 79.54%
REP - ROBIN CHEW 4,913 20.46%
Total 24,018 100%

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State Assembly, District 17

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - DAVID CHIU 63,041 51.06%
DEM - DAVID CAMPOS 60,416 48.94%
Total 123,457 100%

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State Assembly, District 19

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - PHIL TING 68,510 78.03%
REP - RENE PINEDA 19,295 21.97%
Total 87,805 100%

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Sup Ct. Assoc Justice LIU

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 105,088 82.21%
No 22,738 17.79%
Total 127,826 100%

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Sup Ct. Assoc Justice CUELLAR

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 102,748 83.38%
No 20,477 16.62%
Total 123,225 100%

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Sup Ct. Assoc Justice WERDEGAR

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 99,044 82.53%
No 20,967 17.47%
Total 120,011 100%

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COA 1 Div 1 Presiding Justice HUMES

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 93,245 81.52%
No 21,143 18.48%
Total 114,388 100%

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COA 1 Div 1 Assoc Justice BANKE

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 94,954 83.61%
No 18,615 16.39%
Total 113,569 100%

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COA 1 Div 2 Presiding Justice KLINE

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 91,662 81.13%
No 21,319 18.87%
Total 112,981 100%

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COA 1 Div 2 Assoc Justice STEWART

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 95,293 84.1%
No 18,012 15.9%
Total 113,305 100%

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COA 1 Div 3 Assoc Justice POLLAK

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 90,349 80.81%
No 21,457 19.19%
Total 111,806 100%

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COA 1 Div 3 Assoc Justice JENKINS

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 90,032 81.86%
No 19,956 18.14%
Total 109,988 100%

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COA 1 Div 4 Presiding Justice RUVOLO

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 89,019 79.67%
No 22,712 20.33%
Total 111,731 100%

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COA 1 Div 5 Assoc Justice SIMONS

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 90,654 82.02%
No 19,878 17.98%
Total 110,532 100%

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COA 1 Div 5 Assoc Justice BRUINIERS

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 86,057 79.05%
No 22,813 20.95%
Total 108,870 100%

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Superior Court Judge, Seat 20

Ballots cast Percentage
DANIEL FLORES 88,257 59.69%
CAROL KINGSLEY 59,598 40.31%
Total 147,855 100%

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

Ballots cast Percentage
TOM TORLAKSON 109,199 69.75%
MARSHALL TUCK 46,408 29.64%
WRITE-IN 946 0.6%
Total 156,553 100%

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Member, Board of Education

Ballots cast Percentage
EMILY M. MURASE 80,877 18.74%
SHAMANN WALTON 71,629 16.6%
HYDRA MENDOZA 52,998 12.28%
TREVOR MCNEIL 50,642 11.73%
STEVON COOK 50,559 11.71%
DENNIS YANG 36,535 8.46%
LEE HSU 34,442 7.98%
JAMIE RAFAELA WOLFE 27,727 6.42%
MARK MURPHY 25,050 5.8%
WRITE-IN 1,154 0.27%
Total 431,613 100%

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Member, Community College Board 4yr

Ballots cast Percentage
THEA SELBY 76,038 18.9%
BRIGITTE DAVILA 70,588 17.55%
JOHN RIZZO 64,220 15.96%
ANITA GRIER 61,524 15.29%
WENDY ARAGON 57,299 14.24%
RODRIGO SANTOS 49,114 12.21%
DAN CHOI 22,283 5.54%
WRITE-IN 1,225 0.3%
Total 402,291 100%

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Member, Community College Board 2yr

Ballots cast Percentage
AMY BACHARACH 64,188 45.56%
WILLIAM WALKER 56,628 40.2%
THOMAS MOYER 19,217 13.64%
WRITE-IN 845 0.6%
Total 140,878 100%

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BART Director, District 8

Ballots cast Percentage
NICK JOSEFOWITZ 41,993 51.09%
JAMES FANG 34,259 41.68%
FLASH GORDON 5,609 6.82%
WRITE-IN 337 0.41%
Total 82,198 100%

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Assessor-Recorder - 1st

Ballots cast Percentage
CARMEN CHU 148,795 98.05%
WRITE-IN 2,966 1.95%
Total 151,761 100%

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Public Defender - 1st

Ballots cast Percentage
JEFF ADACHI 149,869 98.26%
WRITE-IN 2,647 1.74%
Total 152,516 100%

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Board of Supervisors, District 2

Ballots cast Percentage
MARK E. FARRELL 15,546 78.61%
JUAN-ANTONIO CARBALLO 4,090 20.68%
WRITE-IN 141 0.71%
Total 19,777 100%

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Board of Supervisors, District 4 - 1st

Ballots cast Percentage
KATY TANG 14,981 96.7%
WRITE-IN 511 3.3%
Total 15,492 100%

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Board of Supervisors, District 6

Ballots cast Percentage
JANE KIM 8,827 67.42%
MICHAEL NULTY 1,467 11.21%
JAMIE WHITAKER 1,458 11.14%
DAVID CARLOS SALAVERRY 1,210 9.24%
WRITE-IN 119 0.91%
WRITE-IN RODNEY HAUGE 11 0.08%
Total 13,092 100%

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Board of Supervisors, District 8

Ballots cast Percentage
SCOTT WIENER 22,854 77.67%
MICHAEL PETRELIS 2,004 6.81%
TOMMY BASSO 1,574 5.35%
GEORGE DAVIS 1,372 4.66%
JOHN NULTY 1,359 4.62%
WRITE-IN 261 0.89%
Total 29,424 100%

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Board of Supervisors, District 10

Ballots cast Percentage
MALIA COHEN 7,141 46.49%
TONY KELLY 3,688 24.01%
MARLENE TRAN 2,704 17.6%
SHAWN M. RICHARD 986 6.42%
ED DONALDSON 793 5.16%
WRITE-IN 48 0.31%
Total 15,360 100%

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State Proposition 1 - Water Bond. Funding for Water Quality, Supply, Treatment, and Storage Projects.

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 169,102 76.79%
No 51,115 23.21%
Total 220,217 100%

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State Proposition 2 - State Budget. Budget Stabilization Account. Legislative Constitutional Amendment.

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 161,903 75.6%
No 52,266 24.4%
Total 214,169 100%

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State Proposition 45 - Healthcare Insurance. Rate Changes. Initiative Statute.

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 130,824 60.29%
No 86,154 39.71%
Total 216,978 100%

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State Proposition 46 - Drug and Alcohol Testing of Doctors. Medical Negligence Lawsuits. Initiative Statute.

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Ballots cast Percentage
No 143,037 65.59%
Yes 75,043 34.41%
Total 218,080 100%

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State Proposition 47 - Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties. Initiative Statute.

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 177,354 80.09%
No 44,076 19.91%
Total 221,430 100%

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State Proposition 48 - Indian Gaming Compacts. Referendum.

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Ballots cast Percentage
No 109,510 54.83%
Yes 90,219 45.17%
Total 199,729 100%

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Local Measure A - San Francisco Transportation and Road Improvement Bond

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 157,562 71.87%
No 61,657 28.13%
Total 219,219 100%

This measure requires 66⅔% affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure B - Adjusting Transportation Funding for Population Growth

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 132,650 61.39%
No 83,413 38.61%
Total 216,063 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure C - Children’s Fund; Public Education Enrichment Fund; Children and Families Council; Rainy Day Reserve

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 159,800 74.44%
No 54,880 25.56%
Total 214,680 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure D - Retiree Health Benefits for Former Redevelopment Agency and Successor Agency Employees

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 117,283 56.13%
No 91,680 43.87%
Total 208,963 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure E - Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 123,475 55.59%
No 98,625 44.41%
Total 222,100 100%

This measure requires 66⅔% affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure F - Pier 70

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 158,729 72.85%
No 59,149 27.15%
Total 217,878 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure G - Additional Transfer Tax on Residential Property Sold Within 5 Years of Purchase

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Ballots cast Percentage
No 117,887 53.91%
Yes 100,776 46.09%
Total 218,663 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure H - Requiring Certain Golden Gate Park Athletic Fields To Be Kept As Grass With No Artificial Lighting

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Ballots cast Percentage
No 119,519 54.81%
Yes 98,555 45.19%
Total 218,074 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure I - Renovation of Playgrounds, Walking Trails, and Athletic Fields

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 120,884 55.21%
No 98,057 44.79%
Total 218,941 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure J - Minimum Wage Increase

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 174,143 77.43%
No 50,771 22.57%
Total 224,914 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure K - Affordable Housing

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Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 143,582 65.56%
No 75,430 34.44%
Total 219,012 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Local Measure L - Policy Regarding Transportation Priorities

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Ballots cast Percentage
No 134,878 62.94%
Yes 79,417 37.06%
Total 214,295 100%

This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

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Reporting Results on Election Night after the Close of Polls

The Department of Elections will release the first preliminary results report at approximately 8:45 p.m. after the polls close. This report will represent results from the vote-by-mail ballots the Department received before Election Day. Beginning at approximately 9:45 p.m., the reports will include results from ballots cast at polling places. After all polling places have reported, the Department will release a preliminary ranked-choice report on sfelections.org.

The results will be available from the following sources:

  • sfelections.org – all results will be posted on the Department’s website
  • San Francisco Government Television – SFGTV, Channel 26, will report results throughout the night
  • City Hall, North Light Court – results will be broadcast as a banner during SFGTV programming and will be displayed on a large monitor; paper copies of results will be available at approximately 8:45 p.m., with updates at 9:45 p.m., 10:45 p.m., and approximately 11:30 p.m.
  • Department of Elections, City Hall, Room 48 – paper copies of results will be available and also posted outside the Department’s office

Updates: Reporting of Results after Election Day

On any day during which the Department counts ballots, the Department will release updated results at approximately 4 p.m. These releases will include results from ballots cast at polling places, remaining vote-by-mail ballots, provisional ballots, and write-in votes. On the days during which no ballots are counted, the Department will post a notice on sfelections.org stating that there is no update.

Statement of Vote, Neighborhood and District Statement of Vote, and Neighborhood Turnout Report

At 4 p.m. on the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday following Election Day, and every day the Department tabulates votes, the Department will release preliminary versions of the following reports:

  • Statement of Vote showing a precinct-by-precinct breakdown of votes cast at polling places and by mail
  • Neighborhood and District Statement of Vote
  • Neighborhood Turnout Report

Official Results

Election results are considered unofficial until the Department of Elections certifies the final results. The Department will release final election results no later than December 2, which is the end of the 28-day canvass period specified by the California Elections Code. The Department will post the final results on sfelections.org and outside the Department’s office, City Hall, Room 48, as well as issue a press release.

Why Election Results Change After Election Night

On Election Night, the Department of Elections reports results from all polling places. However, there are ballots that cannot be processed on Election Night, including vote-by-mail ballots that the Department received on Election Day and provisional ballots cast at polling places. All aspects of the election process are open to public view, so candidates, members of the media, and the public may observe signature verification and processing of vote-by-mail and provisional ballots.