November 2016 Election

Registration and Turnout

Total registration - 513,573

Total ballots cast - 414,528

 

President and Vice President

Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine - 84.47%

Donald Trump & Michael Pence - 9.23%

 

U.S. Senator

Kamala D. Harris - 77.98%

Loretta Sanchez - 22.02%

 

U.S. Representative, District 12

Nancy Pelosi - 80.87%

Preston Picus - 19.13%

 

U.S. Representative, District 14

Jackie Speier - 83.65%

Angel Cardenas - 16.35%

 

State Senate, District 11

Scott Wiener - 51.13%

Jane Kim - 48.87%

 

State Assembly, District 17

David Chiu - 86.26%

Matthew Del Carlo - 13.74%

 

State Assembly, District 19

Phil Ting - 81.32%

Carlos “Chuck” Taylor - 18.68%

 

Superior Court Judge, Seat 7

Victor Hwang - 65.05%

Paul Henderson - 34.95%

 

Member, Board of Education

Matt Haney

Mark Sanchez

Stevon Cook

Rachel Norton

 

Member, Community College Board

Shanell Williams

Rafael Mandelman

Alex Randolph

Tom Temprano

 

Board of Supervisors, District 1

Sandra Lee Fewer - 52.77%

Marjan Philhour - 47.23%

 

Board of Supervisors, District 3

Aaron Peskin - 72.06%

Tim Donnelly - 27.94%

 

Board of Supervisors, District 5

London Breed - 52.18%

Dean Preston - 47.82%

 

Board of Supervisors, District 7

Norman Yee - 57.99%

Joel Engardio - 42.01%

 

Board of Supervisors, District 9

Hillary Ronen - 64.80%

Joshua Arce - 35.20%

 

Board of Supervisors, District 11

Ahsha Safai - 50.94%

Kim Alvarenga - 49.06%

 

BART Director, District 7

Lateefah Simon - 48.56%

Zakhary Mallett - 27%

 

BART Director, District 9

Bevan Dufty - 60.39%

Gwyneth Borden - 32.23%

 

State Proposition 51 - School Bonds

Yes - 66.75%

No - 33.25%

 

State Proposition 52 - Medi-cal Fee Program

Yes - 79.24%

No - 20.76%

 

State Proposition 53 - Revenue Bonds

No - 69.21%

Yes - 30.79%

 

State Proposition 54 - Legislative Proceedings

Yes - 62.82%

No - 37.18%

 

State Proposition 55 - Tax Extension

Yes - 72.61%

No - 27.39%

 

State Proposition 56 - Cigarette Tax

Yes - 81.49%

No - 18.51%

 

State Proposition 57 - Criminal Sentences

Yes - 82.6%

No - 17.4%

 

State Proposition 58 - English Proficiency

Yes - 87.03%

No - 12.97%

 

State Proposition 59 - Citizen’s United

Yes - 76.58%

No - 23.42%

 

State Proposition 60 - Condoms in Adult Films

No - 68.57%

Yes - 31.43%

 

State Proposition 61 - Prescription Drug Prices

Yes - 52.28%

No - 47.72%

 

State Proposition 62 - Death Penalty

Yes - 70.98%

No - 29.02%

 

State Proposition 63 - Firearms

Yes - 85.47%

No - 14.53%

 

State Proposition 64 - Marijuana Legalization

Yes - 59.38%

No - 25.74%

 

State Proposition 65 - Carryout Bags

No - 59.38%

Yes - 40.62%

 

State Proposition 66 - Death Penalty

No - 68.28%

Yes - 31.72%

 

State Proposition 67 - Ban on Single Use Bags

Yes - 76.22%

No - 23.78%

 

Proposition A - School Bonds

Yes - 79.79%

No - 20.21%

 

Proposition B - City College Parcel Tax

Yes - 80.62%

No - 19.38%

 

Proposition C - Affordable Housing Loans

Yes - 76.7%

No - 23.3%

 

Proposition D - Vacancy Appointments

No - 52.43%

Yes - 47.57%

 

Proposition E - Street Trees

Yes - 78.59%

No - 21.41%

 

Proposition F - Youth Voting

No - 52.1%

Yes - 47.9%

 

Proposition G - Police Oversight

Yes - 80.77%

No - 19.23%

 

Proposition H - Public Advocate

No - 52.24%

Yes - 47.76%

 

Proposition I - Dignity Fund

Yes - 66.26%

No - 33.74%

 

Proposition J - Funding for Homeless and Transportation

Yes - 67.17%

No - 32.83%

 

Proposition K - General Sales Tax

No - 65.29%

Yes - 34.71%

 

Proposition L - MTA Appointments

No - 55.05%

Yes - 44.95%

 

Proposition M - Housing and Development Commission

No - 55.8%

Yes - 44.2%

 

Proposition N - Non-Citizen Voting

Yes - 54.39%

No - 45.61%

 

Proposition O - Office Development in Hunters Point

Yes - 51.9%

No - 48.1%

 

Proposition P - Competitive Bidding for Affordable Housing

No - 67.34%

Yes - 32.66%

 

Proposition Q - Prohibiting Tents

Yes - 51.77%

No - 48.23%

 

Proposition R - Neighborhood Crime Unit

No - 54.82%

Yes - 45.18%

 

Proposition S - Hotel Tax Funds

Yes - 63.71%

No - 36.29%

 

Proposition T - Restricting Gifts

Yes - 87.26%

No - 12.74%

 

Proposition U - Affordable Housing Requirements

No - 64.72%

Yes - 35.28%

 

Proposition V - Soda Tax

Yes - 62.49%

No - 37.51%

 

Proposition W - Real Estate Transfer Tax

Yes - 61.93%

No - 38.07%

 

Proposition X - Preserving Spaces

Yes - 59.86%

No - 40.14%

 

District Measure RR - BART Bond

Yes - 81.32%

No - 18.68%



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