San Francisco, California Board of Supervisors elections, 2014

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The city of San Francisco, California will hold elections for the Board of Supervisors on November 4, 2014. San Francisco utilizes ranked-choice voting for municipal offices, eliminating the need for runoff elections.[1] Citizens will elect supervisors for the city's even-numbered districts. The candidate filing period closed at 5:00 p.m. on June 10, 2014.[2]

About San Francisco

San Francisco, California is the 14th most populous city in the nation, with a population of 825,863 as of 2012.[3] The city operates under a strong mayor-council form of government, with 11 supervisors elected by district in nonpartisan elections. The mayor and supervisors are elected to four-year terms.[4]


District 2

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District 4

November 4 General election candidates:

  • Katy Tang - Incumbent Tang was first appointed to the council in 2013.

District 6

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District 8

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District 10

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