||Professor Richard DeLeon, acclaimed San Francisco State professor of political science, oft-quoted San Francisco political analyst, and long-time San Francisco political observer, has created a number of metrics during his research on the elections and politics of our city. Using these tools and his analysis, we can analyze several recent elections – and perhaps predict future actions that may transpire in and around San Francisco’s City Hall. You can read more about the Professor by clicking here.|
David Latterman has over a decade of experience analyzing quantitative and graphical data. Having worked in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, Latterman has done technical and analytical research on such varied topics as public utility practices, counter-terrorism resource allocation, and hydrogeology. Latterman has also worked as a research analyst for a local public policy think tank, focusing on both economic and health policy issues, and as a quantitative analyst for the City. He is the President of Fall Line Analytics.
Richard and David are both very kind to have shared this cornucopia of information with us. Enjoy.
[Please note that DeLeon's studies dated before the November 2002 Election Analysis, and both analysts' studies dated before November 2012 analyses use outdated district lines.]