An election worker assists people taking part in early voting at San Francisco City Hall on Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

An election worker assists people taking part in early voting at San Francisco City Hall on Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

SF Votes: November 2018 Election Coverage

The San Francisco Examiner is covering election news throughout the day and night, and updating results as votes are counted. Follow along below:

ELECTION DAY COVERAGE

SF’s progressives show political strength in Board of Supervisors contests

Prop. C approved by voters, but opponents say city will never get funds for homeless services

Breed may not have been on the ballot, but she lost this election big time

Stefani leads district 2 in early results

Early ranked choice an early factor in District 4 supervisors race

Progressive school board member Haney out front in D6 Supervisors race

Shamann Walton leading out of the gate in District 10 supervisors race

Bicycle advocate takes lead in BART board race

Collins, Lopez, Moliga take lead in school board race

City College incumbents take early lead in board race

Early voting shows high turnout in SF for midterm election

Candidates, voters gather for traditional Election Day lunch

RECENT COVERAGE

District 2
Stefani leads district 2 in early results

Does a Republican have a chance of winning an SF supervisor race?

Candidate’s mother-in-law funds PAC slamming his opponent

Supervisor candidate Catherine Stefani sued by tenant for ‘wrongful eviction

District 4

Early ranked choice an early factor in District 4 supervisors race

Challengers emerge to battle for newly open Sunset District supervisorial seat

Sunset supe candidate Jessica Ho rakes in big bucks from out of town

Sunset District supe candidate announces support for Alioto’s anti-Sanctuary City ballot measure

District 4 candidates tap into Sunset’s anti-cannabis fervor

District 6
Progressive school board member Haney out front in D6 Supervisors race

City Hall roasted by D6 candidates promising change for Tenderloin, SoMa

Police union drops $100k backing supervisor candidates Johnson, Trauss, Ho

Mystery backers of Trauss, Johnson drop $100k into D6 race

District 10

Shamann Walton leading out of the gate in District 10 supervisors race

Heated debate over race erupts between District 10 supervisor candidates

Candidates’ ties to Shipyard project, developer at issue in District 10 race

Racist web post impersonates SF politician, attacks black candidates in D10 race

San Francisco Unified School District board

School board candidates debate solutions to SF’s achievement gap

Campaign contributions pour into school board race

Breed appoints candidate to school board weeks before election

City College of San Francisco Board

CCSF board hopeful challenges three incumbents in November election

BART Board

Three candidates leading race for open seat on BART board

SF Bicycle Coalition organizer enters BART board race as local politico drops out

Labor-backed BART board candidate tells voters he doesn’t believe in right to strike

Measures

Prop. C approved by voters, but opponents say city will never get funds for homeless services

Proposition C and other San Francisco ballot measures take an early lead toward passing

Voters to decide on $425M bond for seawall repairs in November

Peskin introduces SF’s first-ever ‘Privacy First Policy’ for November ballot

Breed comes out against homeless tax measure

Square CEO Jack Dorsey’s tax fight goes beyond Prop. C

Billionaires Benioff and Dorsey trade barbs over homeless measure — where else? — on Twitter

Tech workers rally in support of business tax for homeless services

Cannabis tax headed for November ballot

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Voting is underway at San Francisco's City Hall. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Voting is underway at San Francisco's City Hall. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

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