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Future Elections

San Francisco voters use Ranked-Choice Voting to elect the Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney, City Attorney, Treasurer, Assessor-Recorder, Public Defender, and Members of the Board of Supervisors.

Date Election
Statewide Direct Primary Election 
June 3, 2014
June 5, 2018

Voter-nominated offices
Governor
Lt. Governor
U.S. Representative in Congress, District 12 & 14
Secretary of State
Controller
State Assembly, District 17 & 19
State Treasurer
Attorney General
Insurance Commissioner
Member, State Board of Equalization, District 2

Nonpartisan offices
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Superior Court Judges-LOCAL

Consolidated General Election
November 4, 2014
November 6, 2018

Governor
Lt. Governor
U.S. Representative in Congress, District 12 & 14
Secretary of State
Controller
State Assembly, District 17 & 19
State Treasurer
Attorney General
Insurance Commissioner
Board of Equalization, District 2
BART Board of Directors, District 8
Assessor-Recorder - Citywide-LOCAL
Public Defender - Citywide-LOCAL
Board of Supervisors - Even # Districts-LOCAL
Board of Education, 3 seats-LOCAL
Community College Board, 3 seats-LOCAL

Municipal Election
November 3, 2015**
November 5, 2019

** Due to the passing of Prop D in the November 2, 2012 election, which amends the Charter of the City and County, sections 13.101 (b)(3) to read: At the general municipal election in 2013, and at the general municipal election in 2015 and every fourth year thereafter, a City Attorney and Treasurer shall be elected. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Charter including section 6.100, the term of office for the person elected City Attorney or Treasurer at the general municipal election in 2013 shall be two years.

Mayor - Citywide-LOCAL
City Attorney - Citywide - LOCAL
District Attorney - Citywide-LOCAL
Sheriff - Citywide-LOCAL
Treasurer - Citywide - LOCAL

Consolidated Presidential Primary Election
June 7, 2016*
June 2, 2020*

*Will be conducted under the new Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act rules approved by voters in June 2010

***SB 1272 changed the requirement that county central committee members be elected at every presidential primary election instead of every statewide direct primary election

Party-nominated offices
U.S. President
County Central Committee***-LOCAL

Voter-nominated offices
U.S. Senator
U.S. Representative in Congress, District 12 & 14
State Assembly, District 17 & 19
State Senate, District 11

Nonpartisan offices
Superior Court Judges-LOCAL

Consolidated General Election
November 8, 2016
November 3, 2020

U.S. President
U.S. Senator 
U.S. Representative in Congress, District 12 & 14
State Assembly, District 17 & 19
State Senate, District 11
BART Board of Directors, District 7 & 9-LOCAL
Board of Supervisors - Odd # Districts-LOCAL
Board of Education, 4 seats-LOCAL
Community College Board, 4 seats-LOCAL

 

Last updated: 1/15/2014 1:08:29 PM