597 of 597 precincts (100%)
Last Updated: July 08, 2014 19:02:54

Total Registration and Turnout

Registration 435,757

Ballots cast Percentage
Vote-by-Mail 89,993 20.65%
Election Day 39,406 9.04%
Total 129,399 29.7%

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Governor

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - EDMUND G. ''JERRY'' BROWN 101,463 80.85%
REP - TIM DONNELLY 5,379 4.29%
GRN - LUIS J. RODRIGUEZ 4,683 3.73%
REP - NEEL KASHKARI 4,436 3.53%
PF - CINDY L. SHEEHAN 2,300 1.83%
REP - ANDREW BLOUNT 2,095 1.67%
REP - ALMA MARIE WINSTON 1,223 0.97%
REP - GLENN CHAMP 859 0.68%
DEM - AKINYEMI AGBEDE 665 0.53%
PPN - ROBERT NEWMAN 654 0.52%
REP - RICHARD WILLIAM AGUIRRE 393 0.31%
PPN - JANEL HYESHIA BUYCKS 380 0.3%
WRITE-IN 360 0.29%
PPN - ''BO'' BOGDAN AMBROZEWICZ 212 0.17%
PPN - RAKESH KUMAR CHRISTIAN 211 0.17%
PPN - JOE LEICHT 188 0.15%
DEM - WRITE-IN - KAREN JILL BERNAL 0 0%
PPN - WRITE-IN - JIMELLE L. WALLS 0 0%
PPN - WRITE-IN - NICKOLAS WILDSTAR 0 0%
Total 125,501 100%

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Lieutenant Governor

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - GAVIN NEWSOM 89,824 73.32%
GRN - JENA F. GOODMAN 7,166 5.85%
DEM - ERIC KOREVAAR 6,562 5.36%
REP - GEORGE YANG 5,711 4.66%
REP - RON NEHRING 5,539 4.52%
REP - DAVID FENNELL 4,719 3.85%
PF - AMOS JOHNSON 1,627 1.33%
AEP - ALAN REYNOLDS 1,131 0.92%
WRITE-IN 237 0.19%
Total 122,516 100%

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Secretary of State

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - ALEX PADILLA 46,294 40.98%
DEM - DEREK CRESSMAN 15,815 14%
DEM - LELAND YEE 13,738 12.16%
REP - PETE PETERSON 13,033 11.54%
PPN - DAN SCHNUR 9,148 8.1%
GRN - DAVID CURTIS 7,552 6.69%
DEM - JEFFREY H. DROBMAN 4,727 4.18%
REP - ROY ALLMOND 2,330 2.06%
WRITE-IN 322 0.29%
Total 112,959 100%

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State Controller

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - BETTY T. YEE 50,328 44.01%
DEM - JOHN A. PÉREZ 29,822 26.08%
REP - DAVID EVANS 12,731 11.13%
GRN - LAURA WELLS 10,159 8.88%
REP - ASHLEY SWEARENGIN 5,805 5.08%
DEM - TAMMY D. BLAIR 5,267 4.61%
WRITE-IN 236 0.21%
Total 114,348 100%

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State Treasurer

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - JOHN CHIANG 86,903 75.51%
REP - GREG CONLON 15,042 13.07%
GRN - ELLEN H. BROWN 12,893 11.2%
WRITE-IN 251 0.22%
Total 115,089 100%

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Attorney General

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - KAMALA D. HARRIS 97,070 81%
REP - RONALD GOLD 5,383 4.49%
REP - JOHN HAGGERTY 4,989 4.16%
PPN - ORLY TAITZ 3,371 2.81%
LIB - JONATHAN JAECH 2,977 2.48%
REP - PHIL WYMAN 2,904 2.42%
REP - DAVID KING 2,866 2.39%
WRITE-IN 280 0.23%
Total 119,840 100%

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Insurance Commissioner

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - DAVE JONES 85,726 76.29%
REP - TED GAINES 16,377 14.57%
PF - NATHALIE HRIZI 9,996 8.9%
WRITE-IN 276 0.25%
Total 112,375 100%

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Board of Equalization, District 2

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - FIONA MA 91,028 83.06%
REP - JAMES E. THEIS 17,745 16.19%
WRITE-IN 817 0.75%
Total 109,590 100%

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United States Representative, District 12

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - NANCY PELOSI 79,816 73.5%
REP - JOHN DENNIS 12,922 11.9%
GRN - BARRY HERMANSON 6,156 5.67%
DEM - DAVID PETERSON 3,774 3.48%
PF - FRANK LARA 2,107 1.94%
DEM - MICHAEL STEGER 1,514 1.39%
PPN - A.J. ''DESMOND'' THORSSON 1,270 1.17%
PPN - JIM WELLES 879 0.81%
WRITE-IN 162 0.15%
Total 108,600 100%

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United States Representative, District 14

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - JACKIE SPEIER 11,739 80.78%
REP - ROBIN CHEW 2,742 18.87%
WRITE-IN 51 0.35%
Total 14,532 100%

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State Assembly, District 17

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - DAVID CHIU 34,863 47.85%
DEM - DAVID CAMPOS 31,951 43.86%
REP - DAVID CARLOS SALAVERRY 5,843 8.02%
WRITE-IN 197 0.27%
Total 72,854 100%

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State Assembly, District 19

Ballots cast Percentage
DEM - PHIL TING 37,850 77.98%
REP - RENE PINEDA 10,400 21.43%
WRITE-IN 288 0.59%
Total 48,538 100%

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Superior Court Judge, Seat 20

Ballots cast Percentage
DANIEL FLORES 50,109 46.09%
CAROL KINGSLEY 29,950 27.55%
KIMBERLY TONEY WILLIAMS 28,269 26%
WRITE-IN 383 0.35%
Total 108,711 100%

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

Ballots cast Percentage
TOM TORLAKSON 67,463 63.02%
LYDIA A. GUTIÉRREZ 21,143 19.75%
MARSHALL TUCK 17,912 16.73%
WRITE-IN 532 0.5%
Total 107,050 100%

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State Proposition 41 - Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2014

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 87,698 73.1%
No 32,270 26.9%
Total 119,968 100%

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State Proposition 42 - Public Records. Open Meetings. State Reimbursement to Local Agencies. Legislative Constitutional Amendment

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 83,138 71.99%
No 32,347 28.01%
Total 115,485 100%

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Local Measure A - Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response Bond

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 96,137 79.04%
No 25,491 20.96%
Total 121,628 100%

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Local Measure B - Voter Approval for Waterfront Development Height Increases

Ballots cast Percentage
Yes 71,421 58.88%
No 49,870 41.12%
Total 121,291 100%

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Reporting Results on Election Night after the Close of Polls

The Department of Elections will release the first preliminary results report at approximately 8:45 p.m. after the polls close. This report will represent results from the vote-by-mail ballots the Department received before Election Day. Beginning at approximately 9:30 p.m., the reports will include results from ballots cast at polling places.

The results will be available from the following sources:

  • Department’s Website – all results will be posted on sfelections.org
  • San Francisco Government Television – SFGTV, Channel 26, will report results throughout the night
  • City Hall, North Light Court – results will be broadcast as a banner during SFGTV programming and will be displayed on a large monitor; paper copies of results will be available at approximately 8:45 p.m., with updates at 9:30 p.m., 10:30 p.m., and 11:30 p.m.
  • Department of Elections, City Hall, Room 48 – paper copies of results will be available and also posted outside the Department’s office

Updates: Reporting of Results after Election Day

On any day during which the Department counts ballots, the Department will release updated results at approximately 4 p.m. These releases will include results from ballots cast at polling places, remaining vote-by-mail ballots, provisional ballots, and write-in votes. On the days during which no ballots are counted, the Department will post a notice on sfelections.org stating that there is no update.

Statement of Vote, Neighborhood and District Statement of Vote, and Neighborhood Turnout Report

At 4 p.m. on the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday following Election Day, the Department will release preliminary versions of the following reports:

  • Statement of Vote showing a precinct-by-precinct breakdown of votes cast at polling places and by mail
  • Neighborhood and District Statement of Vote
  • Neighborhood Turnout Report

Official Results

Election results are considered unofficial until the Department of Elections certifies the final results. The Department will release final election results no later than July 1, which is the end of the 28-day canvass period specified by the California Elections Code. The Department will post the final results on sfelections.org and outside the Department’s office, City Hall, Room 48, as well as issue a press release.

Why Election Results Change After Election Night

On 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 received on Election Day and provisional ballots cast at polling places. 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 vote-by-mail and provisional ballots.