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November 4, 2014 Consolidated General Election

What’s on the Ballot?

  • Governor
  • Lt. Governor
  • U.S. Representative in Congress: 
    District 12 and District 14
  • Secretary of State
  • Controller
  • State Assembly:
    District 17 and District 19
  • State Treasurer
  • Attorney General
  • Insurance Commissioner
  • Member, State Board of Equalization:
    District 2
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Justices of the California Supreme Court
  • Justices of the California Courts of Appeal
  • Superior Court Judge:
    Office Number 20
  • BART Board of Directors:
    District 8
  • Board of Education
  • Community College Board
  • Assessor – Recorder
  • Public Defender
  • Board of Supervisors:
    District 2, District 4, District 6, District 8, and District 10
6 State Measures
  • Proposition 1: Water Bond. Funding for Water Quality, Supply, Treatment and Storage Projects
  • Proposition 2: State Budget. Budget Stabilization Account.
  • Proposition 45: Healthcare Insurance. Rate Changes.
  • Proposition 46: Drug and Alcohol Testing of Doctors. Medical Negligence Lawsuits
  • Proposition 47: Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties
  • Proposition 48: Indian Gaming Compacts
12 Local Measures
  • Proposition A: San Francisco Transportation and Road Improvement Bond
  • Proposition B: Adjusting Transportation Funding for Population Growth
  • Proposition C: Children’s Fund; Public Education Enrichment Fund; Children and Families Council; Rainy Day Reserve
  • Proposition D: Retiree Health Benefits for Former Redevelopment Agency and Successor Agency Employees
  • Proposition E: Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages
  • Proposition F: Pier 70
  • Proposition G: Additional Transfer Tax on Residential Property Sold Within 5 Years of Purchase 
  • Proposition H: Requiring Certain Golden Gate Park Athletic Fields To Be Kept As Grass With No Artificial Lighting
  • Proposition I: Renovation of Playgrounds, Walking Trails, and Athletic Fields
  • Proposition J: Minimum Wage Increase
  • Proposition K: Affordable Housing
  • Proposition L: Policy Regarding Transportation Priorities

► Local Election Results

► Statewide Election Results

► Voter Information Pamphlet (PDF)

Voting Toolkit
Everything you need to register, get informed, and vote in one convenient location

eData - Election Data and Statistics
View information and data on various election areas such as voter registration, vote-by-mail statistics, polling place and poll worker recruitment, ballot processing, election results, and more! 

Streaming Video of Vote-by-Mail Processing
The San Francisco Department of Elections will use cameras to stream live video over the Internet while handling vote-by-mail ballots. The Department will have one camera placed in the hallway near City Hall room 59 to stream activity associated with the removal of ballots from their envelopes. A second camera inside City Hall room 59 will stream activity associated with the sorting and opening of returned envelopes.

Candidate and Campaign Information
Includes a list of potential candidates for local offices, status of local ballot measures, and information for candidates and campaigns

Observer Guide
A comprehensive guide to observe the various election processes

Ballot Simplification Committee for the November 2014 Election
Community volunteers who draft digests of local ballot measures for the Voter Information Pamphlet

Information from California Secretary of State

Last updated: 1/12/2015 2:10:01 PM