Election 2015: Latest results

Editor’s Note: Numbers are all percents.
Results from SF Elections Office.
100% of precincts reporting.
Last Updated: 10:43 p.m.

Mayor
Herrera, Francisco: 14.68%
Lee, Ed (i): 56.7%
Martin, Reed: 2.44%
Weiss, Amy Farah: 11.59%
Graham, Kent: 4.74%
Schuffman, Stuart: 9.48%

Sheriff
Hennessy, Vicki: 61.09%
Robinson, John C.: 5.86%
Mirkarimi, Ross (i): 32.9%

District Attorney
Gascon, George (i): 98.26%

Board of Supervisors, District 3
Peskin, Aaron: 52.99%
Pang, Wilma: 3.74%
Christensen, Julie (i): 43.16%

City Attorney
Herrera, Dennis (i): 98.75%

Treasurer
Cisneros, Jose (i): 98.67%

Community College Board
Randolph, Alex (i): 47.53%
Temprano, Tom: 23.52%
Aragon, Wendy: 19.11%
Zeng, Jason: 9.25%

Measure A – Affordable Housing Bond
YES: 73.49%
NO: 26.51%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure B – Paid Parental Leave for City Employees
YES: 66.34%
NO: 33.66%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure C – Expenditure Lobbyists
YES: 74.54%
NO: 25.46%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure D – Mission Rock
YES: 73.37%
NO: 26.63%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure E – Requirements for Public Meetings
YES: 33.35%
NO: 66.65%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure F – Short-Term Residential Rentals
YES: 44.94%
NO: 55.06%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure G – Disclosures Regarding Renewable Energy
YES: 23.21%
NO: 76.79%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure H – Defining Clean, Green, and Renewable Energy
YES: 79.51%
NO: 20.49%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure I – Suspension of Market-Rate Development in the Mission District
YES: 42.65%
NO: 57.35%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure J – Legacy Business Historic Preservation Fund
YES: 56.71%
NO: 43.29%
TOTAL: 100%

Measure K – Surplus Public Lands
YES: 73.28%
NO: 26.72%
TOTAL: 100%

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