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Hi Josh! Welcome to Ballotpedia. BaileyL 12:20, 17 August 2012 (CDT)

RupertClayton wrote:

Hi Josh. Thanks for your comprehensive coverage of the measures on the ballot in San Francisco in November. I notice that for Props H and I you state that: "If both this measure and the competing initiative are approved, the one with the most votes will be enacted, while the other is rejected."

My understanding is that the poison pill provision of Section 2 of Prop I, combined with its much more expansive scope, means that even if Prop H gets more votes than Prop I, Prop I's restrictions on voters' ability to challenge future projects will still take effect, even though the city will need to keep artificial turf and night-lighting out of the western end of Golden Gate Park.

I have been involved with the campaign for Prop H and against Prop I, so making this change myself would be a conflict of interest. Is that something you'd be willing to update?


RupertClayton wrote:
Thanks for the quick response, and for the work you have put into coverage of these measures.
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