Early voters cast their ballots at City Hall in San Francisco on Nov. 1, 2016. (Dan Chambers/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Official citywide election results released by SF Department of Elections

The San Francisco Department of Elections released the final, certified results for the Nov. 8, 2016 Consolidated General Election on Monday, providing a clear picture of how San Francisco residents voted this year.

San Francisco saw 414,528 voters turn out for the polls this year, 84 percent of whom voted for Hillary Clinton.

SEE RELATED: SF City Hall sees second highest early voter turnout

For the U.S. Senator position, 78 percent of voters chose Kamala Harris, and 81 percent of S.F. voters opted for Nancy Pelosi as the U.S. Representative for District 12.

Sixty-nine percent of S.F. voters chose not to support Prop 60, which would require condoms to be used in adult films, and a whopping 75 percent chose to legalize marijuana.

The full results can be found on the S.F. Department of Elections website.

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