The latest numbers: The initiatives

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Well, we can call the election on most of the initiatives.The two bond measures, A and B, are going to win handily. Prop. C and Prop. D are both going to win, but Prop. C is going to have more votes -- and thus be the one that takes effect.

I think the sales tax (Prop. G) is going down; the election-day vote is almost even yes and no, and it needs two-thirds to win. Not going to happen.

The "neighborhood schools" measure is going to lose. So are Props. E and F.

Oh: George Gascon will be the district attorney for the next four years. Not even close.

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with 100% of today's votes and the absentees they didn't get today, "neighborhood schools" is passing by a hair. and prop D went waaaaay down; it is not passing.

Posted by Guest on Nov. 08, 2011 @ 10:26 pm

with 100% of today's votes and the absentees they didn't get today, "neighborhood schools" is passing by a hair. and prop D went waaaaay down; it is not passing.

Posted by Guest on Nov. 08, 2011 @ 10:27 pm

well, his prop E anyway. lots of folks round these parts say yes to the right kind of wiener. the board of elections reports 100 percent of polling counted and a robust 66 percent of voters said to scott wiener, NO. everyone, especially us gays, have got to hammer this loss home over and over again as a 'wiener loss' and remind him he does not have a people's mandate for his attempts to diminish democracy in SF.

Posted by MPetrelis on Nov. 08, 2011 @ 10:39 pm

Oh gimme a break. Democracy sf style is death by a thousand cuts. Ignorant, strident, and short sighted. Though this is likely the best gloating you're going to get in this election cycle, so have at it.

Posted by Guest on Nov. 08, 2011 @ 10:57 pm