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San Francisco Election, June 2016: Latest Results

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Editor’s Note: All results from San Francisco Department of Elections are unofficial.
597 of 597 precincts reporting (100%).
Last Updated: 11:30 p.m.

President, Democratic Party
Clinton, Hillary: 55.46%
Sanders, Bernie: 43.81%
Other:

U.S. Senate
Harris, Kamala: 69.82%
Sanchez, Loretta: 10.1%
Yang, George: 2.09%

U.S. Representative, District 12
Hermanson, Barry: 6.62%
Miller, Bob: 8%
Pelosi, Nancy: 78.06%
Picus, Preston: 7.12%
Other:

State Senate, District 11
Kim, Jane: 44.3%
Wiener, Scott: 45.95%
Loo, Ken: 9.49%

State Assembly, District 17
Chiu, David: 86.96%
Del Carlo, Matthew: 11.92%

State Assembly, District 19
Taylor, Carlos: 16.18%
Ting, Phil: 83.18%

Superior Court Judge, Seat 7
Henderson, Paul: 34.61%
Hwang, Victor: 47.53%
Irias, Sigrid Elizabeth: 17.2%

Proposition 50 – Suspension of Legislators. Legislative Constitutional Amendment
Yes: 83.91%
No: 16.15%

Proposition A: Public Health and Safety Bond
(Measure requires two-thirds majority to pass.)
Yes: 78.62%
No: 21.38%

Proposition B: Park, Recreation and Open Space Fund
(Measure requires simple majority to pass.)
Yes: 60.35%
No: 39.65%

Proposition C: Affordable Housing Requirements
(Measure requires simple majority to pass.)
Yes: 67.27%
No: 32.73%

Proposition D: Office of Citizen Complaints Investigations
(Measure requires simple majority to pass.)
Yes: 79.93%
No: 20.07%

Proposition E: Paid Sick Leave
(Measure requires simple majority to pass.)
Yes: 78.26%
No: 21.74%

District Measure AA – San Francisco Bay Clean Water, Pollution Prevention and Habitat Restoration Program
(Measure requires two-thirds majority to pass.)
Yes: 77%
No: 23%

Democratic Party County Central Committee, District 17
(Top 14 vote-getters are elected.)
Burton, John: 3.48%
Breed, London: 3.93%
Elias-Jackson, Jo: 0.57%
Tsang, Francis: 2.28%
Tran, Marlene: 1.2%
Soto, Gladys: 1.4%
Hale Smith, Arlo: 1.81%
San Miguel, Melissa: 0.96%
Wynns, Jill: 2.21%
Woods, Wade: 2.42%
Wu, Cindy: 3.37%
Wiener, Scott: 5.98%
DeJesus, Petra: 2.84%
Dufty, Bevan: 4.55%
Dunning, Zoe: 2.47%
Cohen, Malia: 3.5%
Ha Chau, Wendy: 1.28%
Campos, David: 5.38%
Kim, Jane: 5.77%
Hseih, Frances: 2.36%
Hseih, Tom: 1.88%
Hauge, Rodney: 0.54%
Hauptman, Rick: 0.58%
Haines, Shaun: 1.21%
McCoy, Gary: 1.53%
Mandelman, Rafael: 3.25%
Maxwell, Sophie: 3.74%
Alexander, Alysabeth: 2.7%
Ammiano, Tom: 5.86%
Arce, Joshua: 2.3%
Golinger, Jon: 2.58%
Gupta, Pratima: 3.36%
Giesen, David: 0.59%
Grafton, Michael: 0.34%
Peskin, Aaron: 4.08%
Pasquariello, Nicholas: 0.16%
Pimentel, Leah: 2.33%
Prozan, Rebecca: 2.53%
Rosenthal, Alix: 2.52%

Democratic Party County Central Committee, District 19
(Top 10 vote-getters are elected.)
Yee, Norman: 7.64%
Lacroix, Leah: 4.52%
Baraka, Keith: 4.95%
Engardio, Joel: 2.79%
Jung, Mary: 5.49%
Fewer, Sandra: 5.9%
Fazio, Bill: 4.39%
Farrell, Mark: 5.63%
Norton, Rachel: 4.57%
Davila, Brigitte: 4.32%
Kelly, Hene: 4.25%
Kwong, Samuel: 1.54%
Hseih, Tom: 5.49%
Melgar, Myrna: 4.12%
Medina, Gabriel: 2.11%
Murase, Emily: 4.38%
McNeil, Trevor: 4.13%
Mar, Eric: 6.43%
Alioto, Angela: 8.03%
Anderson, Kat: 4.64%
Philhour, Marjan: 4.3%

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  • brookse32

    These DCCC results are almost impossible to parse. Can you please line them up from highest to lowest?

  • YackingYak

    Because Examiner doesn’t have Excel.

    Democratic Party County Central Committee, District 17

    (Top 14 vote-getters are elected.)

    Wiener, Scott 5.98%
    Ammiano, Tom 5.86%
    Kim, Jane 5.77%
    Campos, David 5.38%
    Dufty, Bevan 4.55%
    Peskin, Aaron 4.08%
    Breed, London 3.93%
    Maxwell, Sophie 3.74%
    Cohen, Malia 3.50%
    Burton, John 3.48%
    Wu, Cindy 3.37%
    Gupta, Pratima 3.36%
    Mandelman, Rafael 3.25%
    DeJesus, Petra 2.84%
    Alexander, Alysabeth 2.70%
    Golinger, Jon 2.58%
    Prozan, Rebecca 2.53%
    Rosenthal, Alix 2.52%
    Dunning, Zoe 2.47%
    Woods, Wade 2.42%
    Hseih, Frances 2.36%
    Pimentel, Leah 2.33%
    Arce, Joshua 2.30%
    Tsang, Francis 2.28%
    Wynns, Jill 2.21%
    Hseih, Tom 1.88%
    Hale Smith, Arlo 1.81%
    McCoy, Gary 1.53%
    Soto, Gladys 1.40%
    Ha Chau, Wendy 1.28%
    Haines, Shaun 1.21%
    Tran, Marlene 1.20%
    San Miguel, Melissa 0.96%
    Giesen, David 0.59%
    Hauptman, Rick 0.58%
    Elias-Jackson, Jo 0.57%
    Hauge, Rodney 0.54%
    Grafton, Michael 0.34%
    Pasquariello, Nicholas 0.16%

  • Josh Behr

    top 14 for district 17:

    Wiener, Scott 5.98%

    Ammiano, Tom 5.86%

    Kim, Jane 5.77%

    Campos, David 5.38%

    Dufty, Bevan 4.55%

    Peskin, Aaron 4.08%

    Breed, London 3.93%

    Maxwell, Sophie 3.74%

    Cohen, Malia 3.50%

    Burton, John 3.48%

    Wu, Cindy 3.37%

    Gupta, Pratima 3.36%

    Mandelman, Rafael 3.25%

    DeJesus, Petra 2.84%

    Top 10 District 19-

    Alioto, Angela 8.03%

    Yee, Norman 7.64%

    Mar, Eric 6.43%

    Fewer, Sandra 5.90%

    Farrell, Mark 5.63%

    Jung, Mary 5.49%

    Hseih, Tom 5.49%

    Baraka, Keith 4.95%

    Anderson, Kat 4.64%

    Norton, Rachel 4.57%

  • YackingYak

    Democratic Party County Central Committee, District 19

    (Top 10 vote-getters are elected.)

    Alioto, Angela 8.03%
    Yee, Norman 7.64%
    Mar, Eric 6.43%
    Fewer, Sandra 5.90%
    Farrell, Mark 5.63%
    Jung, Mary 5.49%
    Hseih, Tom 5.49%
    Baraka, Keith 4.95%
    Anderson, Kat 4.64%
    Norton, Rachel 4.57%
    Lacroix, Leah 4.52%
    Fazio, Bill 4.39%
    Murase, Emily 4.38%
    Davila, Brigitte 4.32%
    Philhour, Marjan 4.30%
    Kelly, Hene 4.25%
    McNeil, Trevor 4.13%
    Melgar, Myrna 4.12%
    Engardio, Joel 2.79%
    Medina, Gabriel 2.11%
    Kwong, Samuel 1.54%

  • sfmission

    Don’t forget Trump 62%

  • Dewzer

    LOL GOLINGER LOST!!!!