Website asks voters who’s the hottest candidate for San Francisco mayor

In the race for San Francisco mayor, voters may be curious as to what the 16 candidates views are on such weighty topics as Muni’s Central Subway project, the city budget and even education.

But one website is asking voters a really poignant question: Who’s hot or not?

The website www.mayorhotornot.com asks voters to “Nominate the hottest mayor for San Francisco.”

The results as of early Monday afternoon: Joanna Rees was in the lead, followed by Michela Alioto-Pier, and perhaps, surprisingly, state Sen. Leland Yee in third place.

Still not sure who your second or third choice for mayor will be? Maybe this website can help.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

 

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