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For 3 incumbents, election was a formality  Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu, City Attorney Dennis Herrera, and Treasurer Josť Cisneros were unopposed   Lee ahead in race in SF mayor's race
  San Francisco to re-elect mayor amid development worries


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.3
  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 2013 Top ^

Nov.6


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.8
  Interim Mayor Ed Lee held a wide lead against 15 candidates, taking a big step toward becoming SF first elected Asian-American leader.    City Supervisor John Avalos followed with 16%; and Ci...



year 2008 Top ^

Nov.5
  Carmen Chu wins with about 50.2% of the vote. Ross Mirkarimi garnered 77.5%. Sean Elsbernd defeated Lagos and Whitmer with 69.8%


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.7   '2nd term will be as daring as 1st'
  Mayor Gavin Newsom acknowledged the expectations surrounding his second when he told supporters his agenda includes initiatives no less daring
Nov.6   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 cast unofficial returns showed Newsom with 77.5% of the vote compared to 7% for flower shop owner Harold Hoogasian. Community activist Wilma Pang was third with 6%





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