San Francisco Voter Guide

San Francisco Voter Guide

This Election 2016 San Francisco  County Voter Guide will help you cut through the rhetoric, election propaganda and biased media coverage of the campaigns. This guide ranks every aspect of a candidate’s record according to experience, integrity and commitment to community.

Here you’ll find recommendations for:

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November 8th, 2016 General Election Recommendations

PRESIDENT

  • Hillary Clinton
  • Gary Johnson
  • Jill Stein
  • Donald Trump WIN

UNITED STATES SENATE

  • Kamala HarrisWIN
  • Loretta Sanchez

For propositions, the words in red indicate how the final tally went.

PROPOSITION 51–NO YES

PROPOSITION 52–NO YES

PROPOSITION 53–YES NO

PROPOSITION 54–YES YES

PROPOSITION 55–NO YES

PROPOSITION 56–NO YES

PROPOSITION 57–NO YES

PROPOSITION 58–NO YES

PROPOSITION 59–NO YES

PROPOSITION 60–NO NO

PROPOSITION 61–NO NO

PROPOSITION 62–NO NO

PROPOSITION 63–NO YES

PROPOSITION 64–NO YES

PROPOSITION 65–NO NO

PROPOSITION 66–YES YES

PROPOSITION 67–NO YES

 

UNITED STATES CONGRESS

District 12

  • Preston Picus
  • Nancy Pelosi (incumbent) WIN

 

STATE SENATE

District 11

  • Jane Kim
  • Scott Wiener WIN

STATE ASSEMBLY

District 17

  • David Chiu (incumbent) WIN
  • Matthew Del Carlo 

District 19

  • Carlos Taylor 
  • Phil Ting (incumbent) WIN

JUDGES

Ratings: 

Judicial Index (JI)

  • Positions
  • Contributions
  • Rulings
  • Statements

Qualifications (Q)qualifications rating scale

  • Experience
  • Reputation
  • Integrity
  • American Bar

Judge of the Superior Court; County of San Francisco;  

  • Paul Henderson– 4(JI: 1, Q: 8) 
  • Victor Hwang– 5(JI: 2, Q: 8)  WIN