San Francisco election results

Here are the 2011 San Francisco election results as of 10:10 p.m Tuesday. One hundred percent of precincts have been accounted for.

San Francisco mayor

  • Ed Lee – 44,451 votes, 31.38 percent
  • John Avalos – 26,447 votes, 18.67 percent
  • Dennis Herrera – 15,967 votes, 11.27 percent
  • David Chiu – 12,655 votes, 8.93 percent
  • Leland Yee – 10,595 votes, 7.48 percent
  • Jeff Adachi – 9,075 votes, 6.41 percent
  • Bevan Dufty – 6,704 votes, 4.73 percent
  • Tony Hall – 5,164 votes, 3.65 percent
  • Michela Alioto-Pier – 5,063 votes, 3.57 percent
  • Joanna Rees – 2,280 votes, 1.61 percent
  • Terry Baum – 1,214 votes, less than one percent
  • Phil Ting – 730 votes, less than one percent
  • Cesar Ascarrunz – 414 votes, less than one percent
  • Wilma Pang – 333 votes, less than one percent
  • Emil Lawrence – 288 votes, less than one percent
  • Paul Currier – 196 votes, less than one percent

San Francisco district attorney

  • George Gascón – 56,758 votes, 42.24 percent
  • David Onek – 30,514 votes, 22.72 percent
  • Sharmin Bock – 27,761 votes, 20.66 percent
  • Bill Fazio – 14,283 votes, 10.63 percent
  • Vu Vuong Trinh – 4,965 votes, 3.69 percent
San Francisco sheriff
  • Ross Mirkarimi – 50,879 votes, 38.01 percent
  • Chris Cunnie – 37,655 votes, 28.13 percent
  • Paul Miyamoto – 36,495 votes, 27.27 percent
  • David Wong – 8,715 votes, 6.51 percent
Proposition A – School Bonds
  • Yes – 98,892 votes, 70.75 percent
  • No – 40,880 votes, 29.25 percent
Proposition B – Road Repaving and Street Safety Bonds
  • Yes – 95,263 votes, 68.03 percent
  • No – 44,776 votes, 31.97 percent
Proposition C – City Pension and Health Care Benefits
  • Yes – 95,325 votes, 68.74 percent
  • No – 43,352 votes, 31.26 percent
Proposition D – City Pension Benefits
  • No – 91,010 votes, 66.19 percent
  • Yes – 46,480 votes, 33.81 percent
Proposition E – Amending or Repealing Legislative Initiative Ordinances and Declarations of Policy
  • No – 89,070 votes, 66.75 percent
  • Yes – 44,366 votes, 33.25 percent
Proposition F – Campaign Consultant Ordinance
  • No – 72,769 votes, 55.78 percent
  • Yes – 57,679 votes, 44.22 percent
Proposition G – Sales Tax
  • No – 74,338 votes, 53.98 percent
  • Yes – 63,376 votes, 46.02 percent
Proposition H – School District Assignment
  • Yes – 68,643 votes, 50.74 percent
  • No – 66,654 votes, 49.26 percent
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