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B. 2016-11-14 San Francisco mayor says election will not change the city SF City Hall
2. 2015-11-03 San Francisco to re-elect mayor amid development worries SF City Hall
2014-11-10 Dave Cortese conceded close San Jose mayor's race San Jose City Hall
E. 2014-11-06 San Jose mayor: Liccardo's lead grows San Jose City Hall
5. 2014-11-04 Santa Clara's mayor and councilman leads early voting Santa Clara
G. 2011-11-09 Ed Lee wins San Francisco mayor's race SF City Hall
7. 2011-11-08 Lee ahead in race in SF mayor's race SF City Hall
I. 2011-11-02 Lee donors' money-laundering allegations SF City Hall
J. 2011-08-08 Ed Lee announces run for SF mayor SF City Hall



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  San Francisco mayor says election will not change the city   A message of resolve came from San Francisco's City Hall where the mayor addressed those concerned about President-elect Donald Trump   San Francisco to re-elect mayor amid development worries


year 2016 Top ^

Nov.14   SF City Hall


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.3   SF City Hall
  Ed Lee is favored to win re-election even as the ballot reflects deep concern over the tech-driven development he's championed in his 5 years


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.10   San Jose City Hall
  Santa Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese conceded the close San Jose mayor's race with city councilman Sam Liccardo
Nov.6   San Jose City Hall San Jose mayor: Liccardo's lead grows Nov.4   Santa Clara Santa Clara's mayor and councilman leads early voting

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.9   SF City Hall   Ed Lee wins San Francisco mayor's race
  Ed Lee has been declared the winner of the mayor's race with 61.21 percent of the vote
 Lee, a former city administrator, replaced then-Mayor Gavin Newsom when he became lieutenant governor in January
Nov.8   SF City Hall   Lee ahead in race in SF mayor's race  Interim Mayor Ed Lee held a wide lead against 15 candidates, taking a big step toward becoming SF first elected Asian-American leader Nov.2   SF City Hall Lee donors' money-laundering allegations Aug.8   SF City Hall Ed Lee announces run for SF mayor  Lee officially filed his papers, ending the guessing game of whether he would break his promise not to run Jul.28   SF City Hall Ed Lee leaning toward run for S.F. mayor

year 2010 Top ^

Mar.13   SF City Hall   Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run
  San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom officially announces his campaign for lieutenant governor on CBS 5's Early Edition newscast

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.30   SF City Hall   Mayor Newsom Ends Run For Governor  San Francisco Mayor propelled the debate over gay marriage but struggled to find a popular message outside the Bay Area Jul.15   Newsom Newsom Names Lawmaker To Chair Bid
Mar.31   Oakland Perata to run for mayor Feb.25   Newsom Newsom, Villaraigosa rivalry growing  Newsom is sending invitations to a public forum next month that will be held on the doorstep of his potential rival in the governor's race, LA...

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.11   Vallejo Judge: Cloutier Out, Davis In As Mayor  A judge denied mayoral candidate Gary Cloutier's request to halt the swearing-in of challenger Osby Davis as the city's new mayor Dec.6   Vallejo Mayoral election overturned after recount
  Former county supervisor Osby Davis emerged victorious in the hand recount of 20,000 ballots, pulling ahead of Gary Cloutier by just 3 votes Dec.5   Vallejo Cloutier Sworn In As Mayor Amid Recount  Gary Cloutier only won the last tally by 5 votes over former Solano County Supervisor Osby Davis Nov.6   SF City Hall   Newsom re-elected as mayor
  The mayor has been re-elected after easily eclipsing a field of candidates that included a colorful cast of characters but no serious rivals.    An early absentee ballot count gives Newsom an insurmountable lead over his nearest opponent. With 45,000 absentee ballots for mayor about 41% of the total votes ...
Nov.4   SF City Hall SF Fighting Mayoral Election Apathy  Gavin Newsom finished the final weekend of campaigning for an election by saying he's taking nothing for granted May.24   SF City Hall Tony Hall Announces S.F. Mayoral Run  Mayor Newsom found out l who the first major challenger will be in his race for re-election

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.21   Richmond Mayor Concedes 2 Weeks After Election  Incumbent Irma Anderson conceded defeat to Gayle McLaughlin in the tight and closely-watched race Nov.8   Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates re-elected     San Leandro Anthony 'Tony' Santos will be next mayor Nov.7   San Jose City Hall Reed Leads Chavez To Become Mayor
  San Jose Councilman Chuck Reed, a Kansas native, was leading San Jose native who directs education Nov.3   Pleasanton Laura Bush Campaigns For Pombo Jun.16   Oakland City Hall Dellums Winner In Mayor Race  Former congressman had enough votes to become the unofficial winner, with 50.18% of the vote Jun.7   Oakland City Hall Dellums projected victor in mayor's race   San Jose City Hall Runoff For Mayoral Race

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.7   Oakland City Hall Dellums Announces Mayoral Run


year 2004 Top ^

Nov.3   Antioch Mayor Donald P. Freitas reelected


year 2003 Top ^

Dec.9   SF City Hall   Gavin Newsom New San Francisco Mayor
  Supervisor Gavin Newsom, 36, beat rival Matt Gonzalez and will replace outgoing mayor Willie Brown.    Born on Oct. 10, 1967, in San Francisco. From 1992 was a founder, owner of PlumpJack wine shop. Mayoral candidate's platfo...
Dec.2   San Francisco Gonzalez, Newsom in final debate Nov.14   San Francisco Poll: mayor race will be close Aug.7   SF City Hall Newsom Files Papers for Mayor's Race Jul.31   San Francisco 5 Democratic presidential candidates Jun.27   SFO Bush makes quick dash in collecting money  Donors gathered in the airport hotel ballroom and paid $2,000. The audience got 25-minute summary

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.6   Berkeley Tom Bates elected as mayor
  Hillsborough Mayor John Fannon re-elected   Alameda Johnson to be next mayor   San Leandro Mayor Shelia Young re-elected   Dublin Mayor Janet Lockhart ran unopposed   Pleasanton Tom Pico re-elected as mayor Jul.15   SF City Hall Fired elections chief reinstated Apr.30   San Jose New registrar of voters   SF City Hall Acting director for Elections Department Apr.23   SF City Hall Elections Director dismissed Mar.5   Oakland City Hall Mayor Jerry Brown easily wins re-election  Brown easily won re-election to a second term by 63% after a campaign run in relative obscurity   San Jose City Hall   Gonzales wins another term as mayor
  Ron Gonzales won re-election to another 4-year term, capturing 57% votes in a 6-candidate field to avoid a runoff

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.21   SF City Hall Assessor Ward admitted misusing
Mar.13  San Jose  U.S. Rep. won't run for mayor
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