There's nothing on the state or national ballot, and there's not much of a contest in any of the three races in San Francisco. That might spell a low-turnout election. But don't toss your absentee ballot yet or make plans to be out of town Nov. 6: the mayor's race has some interesting challengers, and there are a number of important ballot initiatives that could change the direction of the city, particularly on transportation, for years to come.
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>> Local offices
Mecke, Sumchai, and Chicken John for mayor
>> Local ballot measures
YES on Prop. A, NO on Prop. H, more .....
>> The Guardian 2007 Election Center
Interviews with and information about the candidates, including Quintin Mecke, Ahimsa Sumchai, Harold Hoogasian, and more. PLUS: Interviews with Chris Daly, Aaron Peskin, Jake McGoldrick and others about the issues at stake in the November 6, 2007, election.
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