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PG&E to spend millions to pass Prop. 16  PG&E plans to spend up to $35 million on a state ballot initiative that would limit the ability of cities and counties to go into the public... SF Voters Nearly Split On Sign District   Early returns showed voters were nearly split on a proposition that would create a special sign district in a small area along mid-Market St... Protests Follow Apparent Prop. 8 Win  SF City Hall: Hundreds gathered to protest California voters' apparent approval by a slim majority of a ban on same-sex marriage Voters Show Their Support For JROTC  Voters largely are expressing their support for a military-backed public school program that is slated to be phased out in 2009   Feinstein, Pelosi Make Push For Prop. 1A  House Speaker and Senator urged voters to support a $9.95 billion bond to fund a high speed rail system connecting North and South Californi... Clean energy ballot measure approved  SF City Hall: A November ballot measure is calling on the city to produce more than half of its energy through renewable sources within a decade Sex Workers Put Prostitution On Ballot
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2015-11-03 Prop. F: Measure to restrict Airbnb rentals losing by wide margin SF City Hall
C. 2014-11-04 Higher minimum wage in SF leading easily in early returns San Francisco
3. 2013-11-05 8 Washington condo project losing big in S.F. 8 Washington, SF Downtown
4. 2013-09-22 Bay-front condo high-rise in S.F. ballot showdown 8 Washington St, SF Downtown
F. 2012-11-06 Hetch Hetchy measure being rejected San Francisco
G. 2010-11-02 SF voters support sit/lie ban on sidewalks San Francisco
H. 2010-06-10 PG&E's Prop. 16 lost big in its service area PG&E
I. 2010-02-20 PG&E to spend millions to pass Prop. 16 PG&E

Higher minimum wage in SF leading easily in early returns  Voters voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Proposition J cruising to victory with 72% 8 Washington condo project losing big in S.F. Map of 8 Washington San Francisco  SF Downtown: Voters were overwhelmingly rejecting a referendum that would have allowed a high-rise waterfront development, forcing developers to rethink Bay-front condo high-rise in S.F. ballot showdown. SF Downtown Hetch Hetchy measure being rejected  San Francisco voters were overwhelmingly rejecting Proposition F, a plan to take the first steps toward draining Hetch Hetchy Reservoir SF voters support sit/lie ban on sidewalks  San Francisco voters were deciding on Measure L, an ordinance that makes it illegal to sit or lie on San Francisco sidewalks PG&E's Prop. 16 lost big in its service area  Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s unsuccessful, $46 million attempt to pass Proposition 16 on failed to persuade the company's own customers Voters Appear To Approve 49ers Stadium
Prop. F: Measure to restrict Airbnb rentals losing by wide margin


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Nov.3
  SF City Hall: San Francisco voters are poised to hand a decisive victory to Airbnb and city residents who want to turn their homes into vacation rentals


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Nov.6


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Nov.2
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Jun.9
  Santa Clara: A measure to lease land to the 49ers for a new stadium appeared to have passed with 60 percent of the vote

Feb.20


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Nov.5
Oct.31
Jul.23
Jul.19
  A measure that aims to keep prostitutes from facing criminal charges has qualified for the November ballot
Jun.4 Voters Pass Bayview Development
  SF voters considered 8 local propositions in primary election, approving a parcel tax to improve public education
 Measure G Reopens Door On 49er Stadium: In the city's largest redevelopment project since World War II oters endorsed plans to build new homes, office space and possibly a football stadium
Feb.21 Voters to decide on Candlestick Point. SF Bayview

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Jun.7 3 Of 5 Ballot Measures Fail
  Measure B, landlords to tell buyers whether tenants evicted are elderly or disabled, appears to have passed

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Oct.8 City voted no on recall  The no votes totaled more than 80% Aug.13 Davis rallies abortion rights supporters  SF Mission: Gov. Gray Davis is to shore up one of his most loyal constituencies appearing at the Women's Building

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Nov.5 Voters stripping homeless of monthly cash
  The tough-love 'Care Not Cash' initiative passed with 59% of the vote. It would reduce cash allowances to $59 a month
Hetch Hetchy bond measure approved  A $1.6 billion bond measure is covering the city's share of revamping Hetch Hetchy, the aging water delivery system   Yes to marijuana measure  63% supported a measure to allow the city to explore the possibility of growing and distributing pot Aug.27 Epic voters' guide to land on doorsteps  An explanatory guide to November's ballot measures will run more than 300 pages and could cost as much as $2.8 million

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Nov.11 Public power measures defeated
  SF City Hall: After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes




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