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Results Summary
June 8, 2010 Consolidated Statewide Direct Primary Election

Why Election Results Change After Election Night
At the end of Election Night, the Department of Elections reports results from all polling places. However, there are ballots that cannot be processed on Election Night, including vote-by-mail ballots that the Department of Elections receives on Election Day, provisional ballots that are cast at polling places, and ballots with write-in votes. In general, it takes the Department two weeks or more to process these ballots. Each afternoon after Election Day the Department will release a cumulative report that includes provisional and vote-by-mail ballots processed that day.

All aspects of the election process are open to public view, so candidates, members of the media and the public may observe signature verification and processing of provisional and vote-by-mail ballots and write-in votes.

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Statement of Votes

Write-In Summary Report (PDF)

590 out of 590 precincts (100.00%)
Last Updated: July 08 2014 19:04:24

Total Registration and Turnout
Registration447985
Total Ballots Cast155533
Turnout34.72%

Non Partisan Registration & Turnout
132853 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 4014 3.02%
VBM Reporting Turnout 13546 10.20%

Democratic Registration & Turnout
253587 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 40884 16.12%
VBM Reporting Turnout 56250 22.18%

Republican Registration & Turnout
41617 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 6663 16.01%
VBM Reporting Turnout 11850 28.47%

American Independent Registration & Turnout
7589 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 643 8.47%
VBM Reporting Turnout 856 11.28%

Green Registration & Turnout
8547 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 1686 19.73%
VBM Reporting Turnout 1310 15.33%

Libertarian Registration & Turnout
2304 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 292 12.67%
VBM Reporting Turnout 329 14.28%

Peace and Freedom Registration & Turnout
1488 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 217 14.58%
VBM Reporting Turnout 168 11.29%

NP-Democratic Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 7012 0.00%
VBM Reporting Turnout 5845 0.00%

NP-Republican Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Votes Percent
Election Day Reporting Turnout 2196 0.00%
VBM Reporting Turnout 1772 0.00%

DEM - Governor
Votes Percent
EDMUND G. ''JERRY'' BROWN 95257 92.64%
JOE SYMMON 859 0.84%
PETER SCHURMAN 873 0.85%
CHARLES ''CHUCK'' PINEDA, JR. 1177 1.14%
RICHARD WILLIAM AGUIRRE 1876 1.82%
VIBERT GREENE 1352 1.31%
LOWELL DARLING 967 0.94%
WRITE-IN 462 0.45%

DEM - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
GAVIN NEWSOM 72074 70.32%
ERIC KOREVAAR 4634 4.52%
JANICE HAHN 25541 24.92%
WRITE-IN 249 0.24%

DEM - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
DEBRA BOWEN 86626 99.17%
WRITE-IN 722 0.83%

DEM - State Controller
Votes Percent
JOHN CHIANG 86567 99.07%
WRITE-IN 809 0.93%

DEM - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
BILL LOCKYER 85499 99.15%
WRITE-IN 737 0.85%

DEM - Attorney General
Votes Percent
PEDRO NAVA 4802 4.90%
ALBERTO TORRICO 6955 7.09%
MIKE SCHMIER 1956 1.99%
TED W. LIEU 5440 5.55%
ROCKY DELGADILLO 2358 2.40%
CHRIS KELLY 14440 14.72%
KAMALA D. HARRIS 61885 63.10%
WRITE-IN 246 0.25%

DEM - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
DAVE JONES 60149 69.19%
HECTOR DE LA TORRE 26396 30.36%
WRITE-IN 387 0.45%

DEM - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
BETTY T. YEE 65177 79.70%
TED FORD 12692 15.52%
G. ALAN MONTGOMERY 3391 4.15%
WRITE-IN 518 0.63%

DEM - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
BARBARA BOXER 95043 91.97%
BRIAN QUINTANA 5263 5.09%
ROBERT M. ''MICKEY'' KAUS 2744 2.66%
WRITE-IN 295 0.29%

DEM - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
NANCY PELOSI 77175 98.51%
WRITE-IN 1168 1.49%

DEM - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
JACKIE SPEIER 18359 99.31%
WRITE-IN 128 0.69%

DEM - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
LELAND YEE 37067 98.65%
WRITE-IN 506 1.35%

DEM - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
FIONA MA 35520 98.48%
WRITE-IN 550 1.52%

DEM - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
TOM AMMIANO 53095 98.31%
WRITE-IN 910 1.69%

DEM - County Central Committee 12th
Votes Percent
LARRY YEE 9402 3.66%
MICHAEL BORNSTEIN 10304 4.01%
MELANIE NUTTER 11465 4.46%
BILL FAZIO 9867 3.84%
SANDRA LEE FEWER 10411 4.05%
MATT TUCHOW 8428 3.28%
MIKE SULLIVAN 7983 3.11%
ARLO SMITH 11182 4.35%
JOHN SHANLEY 3621 1.41%
DAVID WONG 6680 2.60%
MEAGAN LEVITAN 8029 3.13%
ALEX VOLBERDING 5108 1.99%
JOHN AVALOS 9954 3.88%
KELENIA OLSEN 2253 0.88%
CONNIE O'CONNOR 11168 4.35%
MARY JUNG 10424 4.06%
CHRIS GEMBINSKI 5514 2.15%
DAN DUNNIGAN 7646 2.98%
RON DUDUM 7506 2.92%
ANDREW CLARK 5272 2.05%
MICHAEL A. CHAN 5355 2.09%
ERIC MAR 13250 5.16%
MILTON MARKS 14389 5.60%
TAI MAMOE 2474 0.96%
JAYNRY MAK 5308 2.07%
ANGELIQUE MAHAN 3131 1.22%
JANE MORRISON 10705 4.17%
JAKE MCGOLDRICK 9261 3.61%
SAMUEL KWONG 3699 1.44%
MARA S. KOPP 3993 1.55%
HENE KELLY 8830 3.44%
TOM A. HSIEH 11148 4.34%
ELBERT (BERT) HILL 1740 0.68%
WRITE-IN 1291 0.50%

DEM - County Central Committee 13th
Votes Percent
KEITH BARAKA 13457 3.77%
TOM TAYLOR 5841 1.63%
CATHERINE STEFANI 10870 3.04%
STUART M. (STU) SMITH 4986 1.40%
DEBRA WALKER 21792 6.10%
SCOTT WIENER 17868 5.00%
CALVIN Y. LOUIE 7237 2.03%
AARON PESKIN 20106 5.63%
DAVID VILLA-LOBOS 4746 1.33%
JOE ALIOTO VERONESE 12587 3.52%
ERIC QUEZADA 14022 3.92%
MELISSA A. APUYA 8606 2.41%
OWEN P. O'DONNELL 4436 1.24%
HOPE JOHNSON 5099 1.43%
JOE JULIAN 13087 3.66%
LINDA RICHARDSON 9915 2.77%
ALIX AMELIA ROSENTHAL 15166 4.24%
MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN 15944 4.46%
RYAN CLARY 6991 1.96%
DAVID CAMPOS 23173 6.49%
LARRY COHEN 3358 0.94%
PAUL T. CURRIER 2337 0.65%
DAVID CHIU 23615 6.61%
RAFAEL MANDELMAN 17669 4.95%
KIM-SHREE MAUFAS 12302 3.44%
CAROLE MIGDEN 21688 6.07%
LESLIE RACHEL KATZ 15879 4.44%
ROBERT HAALAND 14398 4.03%
RICK HAUPTMAN 2868 0.80%
CHUCK HORNBROOK 5788 1.62%
WRITE-IN 1469 0.41%

REP - Governor
Votes Percent
LAWRENCE ''LARRY'' NARITELLI 356 1.67%
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II 245 1.15%
DAVID TULLY-SMITH 222 1.04%
MEG WHITMAN 13812 64.73%
STEVE POIZNER 5813 27.24%
BILL CHAMBERS 320 1.50%
KEN MILLER 246 1.15%
DOUGLAS R. HUGHES 181 0.85%
WRITE-IN 142 0.67%

REP - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
SCOTT L. LEVITT 1330 7.25%
SAM AANESTAD 3536 19.28%
YVONNE R. GIRARD 802 4.37%
BERT DAVIS 670 3.65%
ABEL MALDONADO 9987 54.45%
DAVE HARRIS 1850 10.09%
WRITE-IN 166 0.91%

REP - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
ORLY TAITZ 4181 25.37%
DAMON DUNN 12176 73.89%
WRITE-IN 122 0.74%

REP - State Controller
Votes Percent
TONY STRICKLAND 9483 58.66%
DAVID EVANS 6562 40.59%
WRITE-IN 121 0.75%

REP - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
MIMI WALTERS 13164 97.84%
WRITE-IN 291 2.16%

REP - Attorney General
Votes Percent
STEVE COOLEY 9434 54.76%
TOM HARMAN 2932 17.02%
JOHN EASTMAN 4737 27.50%
WRITE-IN 125 0.73%

REP - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
BRIAN FITZGERALD 6991 43.99%
MIKE VILLINES 8751 55.06%
WRITE-IN 152 0.96%

REP - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
KEVIN R. SCOTT 11048 76.62%
RAE WILLIAMS 3159 21.91%
WRITE-IN 213 1.48%

REP - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
CARLY FIORINA 7785 37.74%
AL RAMIREZ 502 2.43%
CHUCK DEVORE 3070 14.88%
TOM CAMPBELL 8988 43.57%
TIM KALEMKARIAN 220 1.07%
WRITE-IN 65 0.32%

REP - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
DANA WALSH 5766 44.84%
JOHN DENNIS 7013 54.53%
WRITE-IN 81 0.63%

REP - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
MIKE MOLONEY 3754 97.96%
WRITE-IN 78 2.04%

REP - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
DOO SUP PARK 6179 96.68%
WRITE-IN 212 3.32%

REP - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
ALFONSO FAUSTINO, JR. 6439 97.38%
WRITE-IN 173 2.62%

REP - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
LAURA A. PETER 5366 73.86%
EVE DEL CASTELLO 1811 24.93%
WRITE-IN 88 1.21%

REP - County Central Committee 12th
Votes Percent
CHRIS BAKER 3081 6.16%
TERENCE FAULKNER 2614 5.23%
MICHAEL SWEENEY 2278 4.56%
RICHARD A. WORNER 3046 6.09%
BERNADETTE LAWRENCE 1706 3.41%
RODNEY Y. LEONG 3309 6.62%
DOO SUP PARK 1917 3.84%
MICHAEL JOSEPH ANTONINI 3476 6.95%
RUDY ASERCION 2283 4.57%
WALTER ARMER 1835 3.67%
RITA ELIZABETH O'HARA 3290 6.58%
STEPHANIE JEONG 2415 4.83%
REGINA GROWNEY 2723 5.45%
BILL CAMPBELL 3675 7.35%
CHRIS MILLER 3230 6.46%
BARBARA KILEY 2244 4.49%
DAVID ROBERT KIACHKO 2697 5.40%
HOWARD EPSTEIN 3733 7.47%
WRITE-IN 427 0.85%

REP - County Central Committee 13th
Votes Percent
ALISA FARENZENA 2522 6.97%
JAMES W. FULLER 2936 8.11%
ED SHEPPARD 2565 7.09%
DANA WALSH 3338 9.22%
SEAN PRITCHARD 2558 7.07%
LAURA A. PETER 3230 8.92%
SARAH M. VALLETTE 2618 7.23%
JAY RUBIN 2587 7.15%
JOHN DENNIS 3798 10.49%
EVE DEL CASTELLO 1876 5.18%
BRIAN COLEMAN 2542 7.02%
BROOKE CHAPPELL 2777 7.67%
JOHNNY D. KNADLER 2479 6.85%
WRITE-IN 367 1.01%

AI - Governor
Votes Percent
CHELENE NIGHTINGALE 352 40.74%
MARKHAM ROBINSON 314 36.34%
WRITE-IN 198 22.92%

AI - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
JIM KING 583 76.01%
WRITE-IN 184 23.99%

AI - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
MERTON D. SHORT 583 81.20%
WRITE-IN 135 18.80%

AI - State Controller
Votes Percent
LAWRENCE G. BELIZ 342 46.15%
NATHAN E. JOHNSON 288 38.87%
WRITE-IN 111 14.98%

AI - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
ROBERT LAUTEN 574 83.19%
WRITE-IN 116 16.81%

AI - Attorney General
Votes Percent
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN 571 77.37%
WRITE-IN 167 22.63%

AI - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
CLAY PEDERSEN 558 79.26%
WRITE-IN 146 20.74%

AI - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 203 100.00%

AI - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
EDWARD C. NOONAN 249 31.64%
AL SALEHI 210 26.68%
DON J. GRUNDMANN 183 23.25%
WRITE-IN 145 18.42%

AI - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 159 100.00%

AI - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 45 100.00%

AI - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 97 100.00%

AI - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 90 100.00%

AI - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 120 100.00%

GRN - Governor
Votes Percent
LAURA WELLS 1846 78.82%
S. DEACON ALEXANDER 353 15.07%
WRITE-IN 143 6.11%

GRN - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
JAMES ''JIMI'' CASTILLO 1952 92.38%
WRITE-IN 161 7.62%

GRN - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
ANN MENASCHE 2083 95.03%
WRITE-IN 109 4.97%

GRN - State Controller
Votes Percent
ROSS D. FRANKEL 2019 94.97%
WRITE-IN 107 5.03%

GRN - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
CHARLES ''KIT'' CRITTENDEN 2012 95.18%
WRITE-IN 102 4.82%

GRN - Attorney General
Votes Percent
PETER ALLEN 2028 94.02%
WRITE-IN 129 5.98%

GRN - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
WILLIAM BALDERSTON 2005 94.44%
WRITE-IN 118 5.56%

GRN - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 509 100.00%

GRN - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
DUANE ROBERTS 1831 92.24%
WRITE-IN 154 7.76%

GRN - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 328 100.00%

GRN - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 66 100.00%

GRN - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 145 100.00%

GRN - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 106 100.00%

GRN - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 303 100.00%

LIB - Governor
Votes Percent
DALE F. OGDEN 455 91.92%
WRITE-IN 40 8.08%

LIB - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
PAMELA J. BROWN 469 94.75%
WRITE-IN 26 5.25%

LIB - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
CHRISTINA TOBIN 449 95.53%
WRITE-IN 21 4.47%

LIB - State Controller
Votes Percent
ANDREW ''ANDY'' FAVOR 449 95.13%
WRITE-IN 23 4.87%

LIB - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
EDWARD M. TEYSSIER 450 95.74%
WRITE-IN 20 4.26%

LIB - Attorney General
Votes Percent
TIMOTHY J. HANNAN 447 94.70%
WRITE-IN 25 5.30%

LIB - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
RICHARD S. BRONSTEIN 448 95.12%
WRITE-IN 23 4.88%

LIB - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
KENNITA WATSON 432 95.15%
WRITE-IN 22 4.85%

LIB - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
GAIL K. LIGHTFOOT 445 95.29%
WRITE-IN 22 4.71%

LIB - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
PHILIP BERG 361 95.76%
WRITE-IN 16 4.24%

LIB - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
MARK PAUL WILLIAMS 76 95.00%
WRITE-IN 4 5.00%

LIB - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 55 100.00%

LIB - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 37 100.00%

LIB - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 89 100.00%

PF - Governor
Votes Percent
CARLOS ALVAREZ 158 51.13%
STEWART A. ALEXANDER 87 28.16%
MOHAMMAD ARIF 39 12.62%
WRITE-IN 25 8.09%

PF - Lieutenant Governor
Votes Percent
C.T. WEBER 266 90.78%
WRITE-IN 27 9.22%

PF - Secretary of State
Votes Percent
MARYLOU CABRAL 262 91.93%
WRITE-IN 23 8.07%

PF - State Controller
Votes Percent
KAREN MARTINEZ 253 90.04%
WRITE-IN 28 9.96%

PF - State Treasurer
Votes Percent
DEBRA L. REIGER 258 91.49%
WRITE-IN 24 8.51%

PF - Attorney General
Votes Percent
ROBERT J. EVANS 268 92.10%
WRITE-IN 23 7.90%

PF - Insurance Commissioner
Votes Percent
DINA JOSEPHINE PADILLA 262 91.93%
WRITE-IN 23 8.07%

PF - Board of Equalization, 1st District
Votes Percent
SHERILL BORG 245 92.80%
WRITE-IN 19 7.20%

PF - U.S. Senator
Votes Percent
MARSHA FEINLAND 263 91.32%
WRITE-IN 25 8.68%

PF - US Representative, 8th District
Votes Percent
GLORIA E. LA RIVA 216 93.51%
WRITE-IN 15 6.49%

PF - US Representative, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 9 100.00%

PF - State Senate, 8th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 33 100.00%

PF - State Assembly, 12th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 24 100.00%

PF - State Assembly, 13th District
Votes Percent
WRITE-IN 45 100.00%

PF - County Central Committee
Votes Percent
RICHARD BECKER 209 22.16%
TOM LACEY 201 21.31%
DAVID CAMPBELL 199 21.10%
RONALD HOLLADAY 184 19.51%
WRITE-IN 150 15.91%

Superior Court Judge, Seat 6
Votes Percent
ROBERT RETANA 7936 6.99%
HARRY DORFMAN 34952 30.80%
LINDA COLFAX 59837 52.73%
RODERICK A. MCLEOD 10233 9.02%
WRITE-IN 522 0.46%

Superior Court Judge, Seat 15
Votes Percent
MICHAEL NAVA 50808 45.87%
DANIEL DEAN 12285 11.09%
RICHARD ULMER 47010 42.44%
WRITE-IN 669 0.60%

Sup of Public Instruction
Votes Percent
KAREN BLAKE 6069 5.87%
DANIEL M. NUSBAUM 6484 6.27%
TOM TORLAKSON 38489 37.22%
FAARAX DAHIR SHEIKH-NOOR 1016 0.98%
HENRY WILLIAMS JR. 2549 2.46%
DIANE A. LENNING 3074 2.97%
LARRY ACEVES 9464 9.15%
GLORIA ROMERO 19264 18.63%
LYDIA A. GUTIERREZ 6164 5.96%
ALEXIA L. DELIGIANNI 2468 2.39%
LEONARD JAMES MARTIN 1067 1.03%
GRANT MCMICKEN 6613 6.39%
WRITE-IN 697 0.67%

Proposition 13 - Limits On Property Tax Assessment. Seismic Retrofitting Of Existing Buildings. Legislative Constitutional Amendment.
Provides that construction to seismically retrofit buildings will not trigger reassessment of property tax value. Sets statewide standard for seismic retrofit improvements that qualify.
Votes Percent
Yes 126290 86.32%
No 20012 13.68%

Proposition 14 - Elections. Increases Right To Participate In Primary Elections.
Changes the primary election process for congressional, statewide, and legislative races. Allows all voters to choose any candidate regardless of the candidate's or voter's political party preference. Ensures that the two candidates receiving the greatest number of votes will appear on the general election ballot regardless of party preference.
Votes Percent
Yes 66529 44.91%
No 81599 55.09%

Proposition 15 - California Fair Elections Act.
Repeals ban on public funding of political campaigns. Creates a voluntary system for candidates for Secretary of State to qualify for a public campaign grant if they agree to limitations on spending and private contributions. Each candidate demonstrating enough public support would receive same amount. Participating candidates would be prohibited from raising or spending money beyond the grant. There would be strict enforcement and accountability. Funded by voluntary contributions and a biennial fee on lobbyists, lobbying firms, and lobbyist employers.
Votes Percent
Yes 92242 64.06%
No 51751 35.94%

Proposition 16 - Imposes New Two-Thirds Voter Approval Requirement For Local Public Electricity Providers. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
Requires two-thirds voter approval before local governments provide electricity service to new customers or establish a community choice electricity program using public funds or bonds.
Votes Percent
Yes 48139 32.25%
No 101117 67.75%

Proposition 17 - Allows Auto Insurance Companies To Base Their Prices In Part On A Driver's History Of Insurance Coverage. Initiative Statute.
Permits companies to reduce or increase cost of insurance depending on whether driver has a history of continuous insurance coverage.
Votes Percent
Yes 45413 30.93%
No 101424 69.07%

Measure A - School Facilities Special Tax.
To improve earthquake and fire safety and implement critical capital maintenance of its schools and facilities, shall the San Francisco Unified School District be authorized to renew the levy of an annual special tax not to exceed $32.20 per parcel for single family residential and nonresidential parcels and $16.10 per dwelling unit for mixed use and multifamily residential parcels, adjusted for inflation, in its Community Facilities District No. 90-1, and establish its annual appropriations limit at $16,000,000?
Votes Percent
Yes 102873 70.02%
No 44043 29.98%
This measure requires 66⅔%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure B - Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response Bond.
To improve fire, earthquake and emergency response and ensure firefighters a reliable water supply for fires and disasters, through projects including: improving deteriorating pipes, hydrants, reservoirs, water cisterns and pumps built after the 1906 earthquake; improving neighborhood fire stations; replacing the seismically-unsafe emergency command center with an earthquake-safe building; and to pay related costs, shall the City and County of San Francisco issue $412,300,000 in general obligation bonds, subject to citizen oversight and regular audits?
Votes Percent
Yes 117553 79.41%
No 30484 20.59%
This measure requires 66⅔%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure C - Film Commission.
Shall the Charter be amended to require the City to have a Film Commission, consisting of five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors and six members appointed by the Mayor, with final authority to issue permits to film in San Francisco?
Votes Percent
Yes 66125 46.25%
No 76834 53.75%
This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure D - Retirement Benefit Costs.
Shall the City: calculate retirement benefits for new City employees using average monthly compensation over two years instead of over one year; increase the retirement benefit employee contribution for new safety employees and new employees in positions covered by the State retirement system; and require that savings from reduced employer contributions to the City’s retirement system be deposited in the Retiree Health Care Trust Fund?
Votes Percent
Yes 112100 78.77%
No 30222 21.23%
This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure E - Budget Line Item for Police Department Security for City Officials and Dignitaries.
Shall the City require that the Police Department’s annual budget include a line item for the cost of security provided to City officials and visiting dignitaries?
Votes Percent
Yes 80364 55.82%
No 63600 44.18%
This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure F - Renters’ Financial Hardship Applications.
Shall the City amend its Residential Rent Ordinance to add provisions for tenants to apply to the Rent Board to postpone most rent increases if they become unemployed, their wages decrease by 20% or more, or they do not receive a cost of living increase in their government benefits and those benefits are their sole income?
Votes Percent
Yes 62239 42.25%
No 85071 57.75%
This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.

Measure G - Transbay Transit Center.
Shall it be City policy that the northern end of the planned San Francisco-to-Los Angeles high-speed rail line be located at the Transbay Transit Center at First and Mission streets?
Votes Percent
Yes 120788 83.76%
No 23421 16.24%
This measure requires 50%+1 affirmative votes to pass.