Election Coverage, San Francisco

Update on “Transit, not Traffic” Vote Counts

There is some great news to report on the Prop A/H vote counts. Last night, early absentee vote counts were reported. Those counts showed a very slight edge (essentially a tie) for Prop A on Muni reform, and a very comfortable lead of 16 points against Prop H. The updated counts were posted just a few minutes ago, and I am very happy to report that both leads have widened, with 267 of 580 precincts (~46%) reporting. Prop A is now leading by a 7 point margin, and the Prop H figures have widened to 36% yes on H, 64% no on H.

Updates are posted around 4:00 pm each afternoon on the Department of Elections website.

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