Right of Non-Citizens to Vote in San Francisco School Board elections, Proposition D (November 2010)
If approved, the measure will allow parents and legal guardians of students in the San Francisco Unified School District to cast ballots in school board elections, regardless of their immigration status.
Proposition F in 2004
A similar measure, Proposition F, was on the November 2, 2004 ballot in San Francisco, where it was narrowly (51-49%) defeated.
The ballot question in 2004 was, "May San Francisco residents who are 18 or older vote in School Board elections, whether or not the resident is a United States citizen, if the resident is a parent, guardian or care-giver of a child in the School District?"