Category: Election: June 2018

Prop. F victory in SF could build momentum for statewide rent control fight

Tenant organizers girding up for a statewide ballot fight over rent control are hoping that the momentum from the passage…

3 months ago

SF says ‘no’ to big tobacco, approves flavored tobacco ban

San Francisco residents on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to ban flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes and vape liquids, in what…

3 months ago

Incumbent judges set to keep their seats despite challenge from public defenders

Four San Francisco judges appear likely to keep their robes after taking a strong lead over a group of veteran…

3 months ago

Housing tax measure failing, while competing childcare measure remains too close to call

A measure that would have taxed the gross receipts on commercial rents to pay for housing and homeless services failed…

3 months ago

Mandelman takes large lead over Sheehy in early results for District 8

City College board member Rafael Mandelman has taken a strong lead over incumbent Supervisor Jeff Sheehy in early results in…

4 months ago

UPDATE: Breed cautiously optimistic about lead in SF mayor’s race

Update, 10:10 P.M.: With voters from 350 of 604 precincts counted, Breed remained in the lead with 35.68 percent of…

4 months ago

SF Election Coverage: June 5, 2018

The San Francisco Examiner will be covering election news throughout the day and updating poll results as votes are counted.…

4 months ago