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U.S. House California District 11 (San Francisco County San Francisco 94124)

Federal Races

Representative, U.S. House California District 11

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U.S. Senate California

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This race is for the next full, six-year term for the U.S Senate seat.

(Dem)Alex Padilla (Incumbent)

This vote is for Alex Padilla to serve a full term in the Senate beginning 1/2023


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U.S. Senate California - Special

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This special race is for the remainder of the term to fill VP Kamala Harris's vacated Senate seat.

(Dem)Alex Padilla (Incumbent)

This is to fill the balance of V.P. Harris' vacated seat until 1/2023


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State Races

Governor of California

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Lieutenant Governor of California

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Attorney General of California

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(Dem)Rob Bonta (Incumbent)


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California Secretary of State

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(Dem)Shirley Weber (Incumbent)


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California Treasurer

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California Controller

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California Superintendent of Public Instruction

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California State Board of Equalization District 2

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California Commissioner of Insurance

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California State Assembly District 17

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Judges

California Supreme Court - Retention

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California Supreme Court - Retention

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Joshua Groban (Incumbent)

Groban was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2018. Groban received a partisanship confidence score of Strong Democrat.


Yes

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California Supreme Court - Retention

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Goodwin Liu (Incumbent)

Liu was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2011. He received a partisanship confidence score of Strong Democrat


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 3 - Retention

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Carin Fujisaki (Incumbent)

Fujisaki was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2018.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 3 - Retention

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Ioana Petrou (Incumbent)

Petrou was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2018.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 5 - Retention

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Teri L. Jackson (Incumbent)

Jackson was appointed to the court by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in 2019 and serves as the presiding justice.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 4 - Retention

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Tracie L. Brown (Incumbent)

Brown was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2018.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 5 - Retention

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Gordon Burns (Incumbent)

Burns was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2018.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 3 - Retention

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Alison M. Tucher (Incumbent)

Tucher was appointed to the court by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in 2021.


Yes

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California Supreme Court - Retention

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 3 - Retention

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Victor Rodriguez (Incumbent)

Rodriguez was appointed to the court by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in 2021.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 2 - Retention

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Therese M. Stewart (Incumbent)

Stewart was appointed to the court by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) in 2014.


Yes

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California 1st District Court of Appeal Division 4 - Retention

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Jeremy Goldman (Incumbent)

Goldman was appointed to the court by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in 2022.


Yes

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Local Races

San Francisco District Attorney - Special

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San Francisco Board of Supervisors District 10

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San Francisco Assessor-Recorder

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San Francisco Public Defender

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San Francisco Community College Board

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San Francisco Community College Board - Special

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San Francisco Unified Board of Education

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Measures and Propositions

California State Ballot Measures

Proposition 1California Proposition 1: California Right to Reproductive Freedom Amendment (2022)

A "yes" vote supported amending the state constitution to prohibit the state from interfering with or denying an individual's reproductive freedom, which is defined to include a right to an abortion and a right to contraceptives.
A "no" vote opposed this amendment providing a right to reproductive freedom in the state constitution.
Proposition 26California Proposition 26: Legalize Sports Betting on American Indian Lands Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported this ballot initiative to (i) legalize sports betting at American Indian gaming casinos and licensed racetracks in California; (ii) tax profits derived from sports betting at racetracks at 10%; and (iii) legalize roulette and dice games, such as craps, at tribal casinos.
A "no" vote opposed this ballot initiative, thus continuing to prohibit sports betting in California and roulette and dice games at tribal casinos.
"no opinion"
Proposition 27California Proposition 27: Legalize Sports Betting and Revenue for Homelessness Prevention Fund Initiative (2022)
A "yes" vote supported legalizing online and mobile sports betting for persons 21 years of age or older, establishing regulations for the mobile sports betting industry, imposing a 10% tax on sports betting revenues and licensing fees, and allocating tax revenue to an account for homelessness programs and an account for tribes not operating sports betting.

A "no" vote opposed this ballot initiative, thus continuing to prohibit sports betting in California.
"no opinion"
Proposition 28California Proposition 28: Art and Music K-12 Education Funding Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported this ballot initiative to:
  • require an annual source of funding for K-12 public schools for arts and music education equal to, at minimum, 1% of the total state and local revenues that local education agencies receive under Proposition 98;
  • distribute a portion of the additional funding based on a local education agency's share of economically disadvantaged students; and
  • require schools with 500 or more students to use 80% of the funding for employing teachers and 20% to training and materials.
A "no" vote opposed requiring an annual source of funding for K-12 public schools for arts and music education equal to, at minimum, 1% of the total state and local revenues that local education agencies receive under Proposition 98.
"No" Recommended by
Proposition 29California Proposition 29: Dialysis Clinic Requirements Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported this ballot initiative to require dialysis clinics to have at least one physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant while patients are being treated; report data on dialysis-related infections; and not discriminate against patients based on the source of payment for care. 
A "no" vote opposed this ballot initiative to require dialysis clinics to have at least one physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant while patients are being treated; report data on dialysis-related infections; and not discriminate against patients based on the source of payment for care. 
"no opinion"
Proposition 30California Proposition 30: Tax on Income Above $2 Million for Zero-Emissions Vehicles and Wildfire Prevention Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported increasing the tax on personal income above $2 million by 1.75% and dedicating the revenue to zero-emission vehicle subsidies; zero-emission vehicle infrastructure, such as electric vehicle charging stations; and wildfire suppression and prevention programs.
A "no" vote opposed increasing the tax on personal income above $2 million by 1.75% and dedicating the revenue to zero-emission vehicle subsidies; zero-emission vehicle infrastructure, such as electric vehicle charging stations; and wildfire suppression and prevention programs.
"no opinion"
Proposition 31California Proposition 31: California Flavored Tobacco Products Ban Referendum (2022)
A "yes" vote is to uphold the contested legislation, Senate Bill 793 (SB 793), which would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.

A "no" vote is to repeal the contested legislation, Senate Bill 793 (SB 793), thus keeping the sale of flavored tobacco legal in the state. 
"No" Recommended by
"no opinion"

San Francisco City/Town Ballot Measures

Proposition ASan Francisco, California, Proposition A, Supplemental Cost of Living Adjustment for Certain City Retirees and Employment Contract for Retirement Board Executive Director Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported allowing city employees who retired before November 6, 1996, to receive a supplemental cost of living adjustment to their pensions whether or not the retirement system is fully funded and allowing the Retirement Board to enter into an individual employment contract with its executive director.
A "no" vote opposed allowing city employees who retired before November 6, 1996, to receive a supplemental cost of living adjustment to their pensions whether or not the retirement system is fully funded and allowing the Retirement Board to enter into an individual employment contract with its executive director, thereby requiring the Retirement Board to follow city civil service hiring rules, which limit the Board's salary and benefit offerings.
"No" Recommended by
Proposition BSan Francisco, California, Proposition B, Eliminate Department of Sanitation and Streets and Transfer Duties to Department of Public Works Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported eliminating the Department of Sanitation and Streets and transferring its duties to the Department of Public Works and retaining the Public Works Commission and the Sanitation and Streets Commission.
A "no" vote opposed eliminating the Department of Sanitation and Streets and transferring its duties to the Department of Public Works.
"no opinion"
Proposition CSan Francisco, California, Proposition C, Create Homelessness Oversight Commission Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported creating a Homelessness Oversight Commission to oversee the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and requiring the city controller to conduct audits of services for people experiencing homelessness.
A "no" vote opposed creating a Homelessness Oversight Commission to oversee the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and requiring the city controller to conduct audits of services for people experiencing homelessness.
"no opinion"
Proposition FSan Francisco, California, Proposition F, Library Preservation Fund Renewal Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported the following:
  • renewing the Library Preservation Fund for 25 years, funded through an annual parcel tax of $25 per $100,000 in assessed value, otherwise set to expire on June 30, 2023;
  • allowing the city to temporarily freeze the annual minimum library funding amount when the city expects a budget deficit over $300 million; and
  • increasing the minimum hours the main library and its 27 branches must be open per week.
A "no" vote opposed the following:
  • renewing the Library Preservation Fund for 25 years, funded through an annual parcel tax of $25 per $100,000 in assessed value, otherwise set to expire on June 30, 2023;
  • allowing the city to temporarily freeze the annual minimum library funding amount when the city expects a budget deficit over $300 million; and
  • increasing the minimum hours the main library and its 27 branches must be open per week.
Proposition GSan Francisco, California, Proposition G, Create Student Success Fund to Provide Additional Grants to San Francisco Unified School District Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported creating the Student Success Fund to provide additional grants to San Francisco Unified School District through 2038, with the city allocating $11 million to the Fund in 2024, $35 million in 2025, and $45 million in 2026.
A "no" vote opposed creating the Student Success Fund to provide additional grants to San Francisco Unified School District.
Prposition HSan Francisco, California, Proposition H, Move Local Elections to Even-Numbered Years and Change Initiative Petition Signature Requirements Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported changing elections for Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney, City Attorney, and Treasurer from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years (in November of presidential election years) and changing signature requirements for ballot initiatives from 5% of votes cast for mayor to 2% of registered voters.
A "no" vote opposed the proposed changes, thereby continuing to hold elections for Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney, City Attorney, and Treasurer during odd-numbered years and maintaining that the basis for determining the number of signatures required for ballot initiatives shall be 5% of votes cast for mayor in the previous mayoral election.
Proposition ISan Francisco, California, Proposition I, Allow Private Vehicles on JFK Drive and Connector Streets in Golden Gate Park Initiative (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported allowing private motor vehicles on John F. Kennedy Drive and connector streets, known as the JFK Promenade, except from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays and legal holidays as well as on Saturdays from April through September.

A "no" vote opposed allowing private motor vehicles on John F. Kennedy Drive and connector streets, known as the JFK Promenade, except from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays and legal holidays as well as on Saturdays from April through September, thereby maintaining current law providing for the closure of these roads to use the area as recreational open space.
"no opinion"
Proposition JSan Francisco, California, Proposition J, Limit Private Vehicles on JFK Drive and Connector Streets in Golden Gate Park For Use as Recreational Open Space Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported upholding an ordinance adopted in May 2022 that provided for the closure of portions of John F. Kennedy Drive and certain connector streets in Golden Gate Park, known as JFK Promenade, to use the area as open recreation spaces.

A "no" vote opposed upholding an ordinance adopted in May 2022 that provided for the closure of portions of John F. Kennedy Drive and certain connector streets in Golden Gate Park, known as JFK Promenade, to use the area as open recreation spaces
"no opinion"
Proposition LSan Francisco, California, Proposition L, Sales Tax Renewal for Transportation Projects Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported continuing an existing one-half cent sales tax through 2053 for transportation project funding and allowing the Transportation Authority to issue up to $1.91 billion in bonds for transportation projects.
A "no" vote opposed continuing an existing one-half cent sales tax through 2053 for transportation project funding and allowing the Transportation Authority to issue up to $1.91 billion in bonds for transportation projects.
Proposition NSan Francisco, California, Proposition N, Golden Gate Park Underground Parking Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported allowing the city to use public funds to acquire, operate, or subsidize public parking in the underground parking garage in Golden Gate Park; dissolves the Golden Gate Park Concourse Authority and transfers management of the garage to the Recreation and Park Commission.
A "no" vote opposed allowing the city to use public funds to acquire, operate, or subsidize public parking in the underground parking garage in Golden Gate Park; dissolves the Golden Gate Park Concourse Authority and transfers management of the garage to the Recreation and Park Commission.
"no opinion"
Proposition OSan Francisco, California, Proposition O, Additional Parcel Tax to Fund City College Student and Workforce Development Programs Initiative (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported levying a parcel tax at varying rates between $1504,000 per parcel, beginning on July 1, 2023 and ending on June 30, 2043, with funding appropriated to the City College of San Francisco for student and workforce development programs.
A "no" vote opposed levying a parcel tax at varying rates between $1504,000 per parcel, beginning on July 1, 2023 and ending on June 30, 2043, with funding appropriated to the City College of San Francisco for student and workforce development programs.
"no opinion"
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