President: Hillary Clinton / Tim Kaine
CA State Senate, District 11: 
Jane Kim 
U.S. Congress, D12: Nancy Pelosi
U.S. Congress, D14: Jackie Speier
CA State Senate, D11:  Jane Kim
CA State Assembly, D17: David Chiu
CA State Assembly, D19: Phil Ting
Superior Court Judge, Seat 7: Victor Hwang
BART Board, District 7: Lateefah Simon
BART Board, District 9: Bevan Dufty

District 1 Supervisor: (First choice) Sandra Lee Fewer; (Second choice) Jonathan Lyens
District 3 Supervisor: Aaron Peskin
District 5 Supervisor: Dean Preston
District 7 Supervisor: Norman Yee
District 9 Supervisor: Hillary Ronen
District 11 Supervisor: Kim Alvarenga

Board of Education: Stevon Cook, Matt Haney, Mark Sanchez

Community College Board: Alex Randolph, Rafael Mandelman, Shanell Williams, Tom Temprano


Measure A (School Bonds): Yes

Measure B (City College Parcel Tax): Yes

Measure C (Loans to Finance Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing): Yes

Measure D (Vacancy Appointments): Yes

Measure E (Responsibility for Maintaining Street Trees and Surrounding Sidewalks​): Yes

Measure F (Youth Voting in Local Elections): Yes

Measure G (Police Oversight): Yes

Measure H (Public Advocate): Yes

Measure I (Funding for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities): Yes

Measure J (Funding for Homelessness and Transportation): No position

Measure K (General Sales Tax): No position

Measure L (MTA Appointments and Budget): Yes

Measure M (Housing and Development Commission): Yes

Measure N (Non-Citizen Voting in School Board Elections): Yes

Measure O (Office Development in Candlestick Point and Hunters Point): No

Measure P (Competitive Bidding for Affordable Housing Projects on City-Owned Property): No

Measure Q (Prohibiting Tents on Public Sidewalks): No

Measure R (Neighborhood Crime Unit): No

Measure S (Allocation of Hotel Tax Funds): Yes

Measure T (Restricting Gifts and Campaign Contributions from Lobbyists​): Yes

Measure U (Affordable Housing Requirements for Market-Rate Development Projects): No

Measure V (Tax on Distributing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages): Yes

Measure W (Real Estate Transfer Tax on Properties Over $5 Million): Yes

Measure X (Preserving Space for Neighborhood Arts, Small Businesses and Community Services in Certain Neighborhoods​): Yes

Measure RR (BART Safety, Reliability and Traffic Relief): Yes


Prop 51 (California Public School Facility Bonds Initiative): Yes

Prop 52 (Voter Approval to Divert Hospital Fee Revenue Dedicated to Medi-Cal): Yes

Prop 53 (Voter Approval Requirement for Revenue Bonds above $2 Billion Initiative): No

Prop 54 (Public Display of Legislative Bills Prior to Vote): No

Prop 55 (Extension of the Proposition 30 Income Tax Increase): Yes

Prop 56 (Tobacco Tax Increase): Yes

Prop 57 (Parole for Non-Violent Criminals and Juvenile Court Trial Requirements Initiative): Yes

Prop 58 (Non-English Languages Allowed in Public Education Act): Yes

Prop 59 (Overturn of Citizens United Act Advisory Question): Yes

Prop 60 (Condoms in Pornographic Films Initiative): No

Prop 61 (Drug Price Standards Initiative): Yes

Prop 62 (Repeal of the Death Penalty Initiative): Yes

Prop 63 (Background Checks for Ammunition Purchases and Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Ban Initiative): Yes

Prop 64 (Adult Use of Marijuana Act): Yes

Prop 65 (Dedication of Revenue from Disposable Bag Sales to Wildlife Conservation Fund Initiative): No

Prop 66 (Death Penalty Procedures Initiative): No

Prop 67 (California Plastic Bag Ban Veto Referendum): Yes