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Revision as of 05:39, 19 December 2012

San Francisco City and County
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Election Department
Historical election results
Voter guides from 1907-present
Voter registration
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Ballot measure elections in the City and County of San Francisco are conducted by the City and County of San Francisco Department of Elections, which is under the supervision of the San Francisco Elections Commission.

San Francisco adopted the process of initiative & referendum in 1898, more than a decade before California as a whole authorized the use of initiative & referendum.[1]

John Arntz is the director of the Elections Department. He wants San Francisco's election code amended to eliminate the requirement that the full legal text of ballot measures be published in the Voter Information Guides that the city makes available to voters in advance of elections. Voters could instead look up the details online, according to the Arntz plan.[2]

2012

November 6

See also: November 6, 2012 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: City College of San Francisco Parcel Tax
Approveda Proposition B: San Francisco "Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks" bond proposition
Approveda Proposition C: San Francisco Creation of a Housing Trust Fund
Approveda Proposition D: San Francisco Consolidation of Odd-Year Municipal Elections
Approveda Proposition E: San Francisco Gross Receipts Tax on Businesses
Defeatedd Proposition F: San Francisco Water Sustainability and Environmental Restoration/Hetch Hetchy Reservoir
Approveda Proposition G: San Francisco Repeal of the Notion of Corporate Personhood

June 5

See also: June 5, 2012 ballot measures in California

Defeatedd Proposition A: San Francisco Competitive Bidding Required for Garbage Collection and Disposal
Approveda Proposition B: San Francisco Limits on Commercial Development at Coit Tower

2011

November 8

See also: November 8, 2011 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: SFUSD bond proposition
Approveda Proposition B: Road Repaving and Street Repair bond proposition
Approveda Proposition C: Pension and Health Care Benefits
Defeatedd Proposition D: the Adachi Initiative (Pension Reform)
Defeatedd Proposition E: Board of Supervisors Allowed to Amend or Repeal Voter Initiatives
Defeatedd Proposition F: Campaign Consultant Ordinance
Defeatedd Proposition G: Sales Tax
Defeatedd Proposition H: Policies for Assigning Students to Schools

2010

November 2

See also: November 2, 2010 election in California

Approveda Proposition AA: Vehicle Registration Fee
Defeatedd Proposition A: Earthquake Retrofit Bond
Defeatedd Proposition B: Pension Reform (the Adachi Initiative)
Approveda Proposition C: Mayoral "Question Time" in San Francisco
Defeatedd Proposition D: Right of Non-Citizens to Vote in San Francisco School Board elections
Defeatedd Proposition E: Same-Day Voter Registration in San Francisco
Defeatedd Proposition F: Health Service Board Terms and Elections
Approveda Proposition G: Elimination of Pay Guarantees for Muni Operators (the Elsbernd Initiative)
Defeatedd Proposition H: Ban on Dual Service as Elected Official and Elected Member of Political Party County Central Committee
Approveda Proposition I: Saturday Voting Ordinance
Defeatedd Proposition J: Hotel Tax Increase
Defeatedd Proposition K: Hotel Tax Clarifications and Definitions
Approveda Proposition L: Sit-Lie Ordinance
Defeatedd Proposition M: Police Foot Patrol Program
Approveda Proposition N: Real Property Transfer Tax

June 8

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See also: June 8, 2010 election in California

Approveda Proposition A: San Francisco Unified School District parcel tax, Proposition A
Approveda Proposition B: San Francisco Earthquake Safety Bond, Proposition B
Defeatedd Proposition C: San Francisco Film Commission Appointments, Proposition C
Approveda Proposition D: San Francisco Public Employee Pensions, Proposition D
Approveda Proposition E: San Francisco Costs of Protecting Dignitaries, Proposition E
Defeatedd Proposition F: San Francisco Rent Increase Hardship Appeals, Proposition F
Approveda Proposition G: San Francisco Transbay Terminal Advisory Vote, Proposition G

2009

November 3

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See also: November 3, 2009 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: San Francisco Budget Reform Charter Amendment
Approveda Proposition B: San Francisco Aides for the Board of Supervisors
Approveda Proposition C: San Francisco Candlestick Park Naming Rights Amendment
Defeatedd Proposition D: San Francisco Mid-Market Arts Revitalization Sign District
Approveda Proposition E: San Francisco No Advertising on City Property

2008

November 4

See also: November 4, 2008 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: San Francisco Hospital bond proposition
Defeatedd Proposition B: Housing Fund
Defeatedd Proposition C: No Staff on Boards
Approveda Proposition D: Pier 70 financing
Approveda Proposition E: Number of Signatures Required for a Recall
Defeatedd Proposition F: City Elections in Even-Numbered Years
Approveda Proposition G: Retirement Credit for Unpaid Parental Leave
Defeatedd Proposition H: Clean Energy Act
Defeatedd Proposition I: Ratepayer Advocate
Approveda Proposition J: Historic Preservation Commission
Defeatedd Proposition K: Decriminalization of Prostitution
Defeatedd Proposition L: Community Justice Center
Approveda Proposition M: Anti-Harrassment of Tenants
Approveda Proposition N: Real Estate Transfer Tax Rates
Approveda Proposition O: Telephone Tax
Defeatedd Proposition P: Transportation Authority Board
Approveda Proposition Q: Modification of the Payroll Tax
Defeatedd Proposition R: Sewage Plant Named After George Bush
Approveda Proposition S: Budget Set-Asides and Replacement Funds
Approveda Proposition T: Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
Approveda Proposition U: Policy Against Funding the Deployment of Armed Forces in Iraq
Approveda Proposition V: "Save Junior ROTC"

June 3

See also June 3, 2008 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: SFUSD parcel tax
Approveda Proposition B: Health and Pension Benefits
Approveda Proposition C: Criminals Forfeit Retirement
Approveda Proposition D: Boards and Commission Diversity
Approveda Proposition E: Public Utilities Commission
Defeatedd Proposition F: Hunter's Point Redevelopment
Approveda Proposition G: Bayview Jobs and Housing
Approveda Proposition H: No Campaign Contributions from City Vendors

February 5

2007

November 6

See also: November 6, 2007 ballot measures in California

Approveda Proposition A: Transit Reform and Parking Regulation
Approveda Proposition B: Limits on Hold-Over Service on Boards and Commissions
Approveda Proposition C: Public Hearings on Ballot Measures
Approveda Proposition D: Library Preservation Fund
Defeatedd Proposition E: Mandated Mayor Appearances
Approveda Proposition F: Retirement Benefits for Police Department Employees
Approveda Proposition G: Golden Gate Park Stables Matching Fund
Defeatedd Proposition H: Regulation of Parking Spaces
Approveda Proposition I: Small Business Assistance Center
Approveda Proposition J: Free City-Wide Wireless High-Speed Internet
Approveda Proposition K: Street Furniture and City Building Advertising Restrictions

Proposed but inactive

Archival information

The San Francisco Public Library sponsors a San Francisco Ballot Propositions Database which includes information about San Francisco ballot measures going back to 1907.[3]

See also

External links

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