Election 2015: Complete, live coverage

Election 2015: Complete, live coverage

Welcome to the San Francisco Examiner’s live election day coverage. Our reporters on the ground and in the newsroom will Tweet the latest vote tallies, as well as photos and information from election night watch-parties.

And The City’s 2015 Election has a few hot ticket items this year, from propositions regulating Airbnb, to the hot District 3 supervisors race between Julie Christensen and Aaron Peskin. Follow our reporters to hear the newest on those races and more, starting tonight at 7 p.m.

How to tune in: Our reporters will be tweeting all night, and you can follow them individually: Laura Dudnick, Antoinette Siu, Jonah Owen Lamb, Michael Barba, and Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez. But you can also tune in live on this page. The feed below will automatically scroll with updates from the above reporters, and you can scroll down to see past tweets.

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Latest election results.

Live, breaking updates from Examiner reporters in the field.

The Examiner’s endorsements. 

 

This section contained a live Twitter feed from Tuesday. Now that the election is over, we have replaced the feed with a few notable Tweets from the night.

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