Lineup of November ballot measures set

The San Francisco Department of Elections has assigned the letters that determine in which order the 22 local measures for November’s election will appear on the ballot.

The measure to provide funding for San Francisco General Hospital's seismic upgrade is first because it is a bond measure.

Next on the ballot are nine charter amendments, which were randomly ordered, according to The City's elections chief, John Arntz.

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