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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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Elections

So now I am an ‘election denier?’

A bizarre attack from the neoliberal front pretends that the mayor is popular, there was no district gerrymandering, and the progressives are like Donald Trump. A new low.

Mar concedes, as Board of Supes shifts in a conservative direction

Gerrymandering and fear-mongering on crime gives the mayor two allies.

Breed School Board appointee is now losing to progressive challenger

Alida Fisher will likely replace Ann Hsu; Mar's hopes are dimming in D4.

Beware the neoliberal establishment news media narrative

The election was not exactly a massive win for Mayor London Breed and her allies.

The supes races are showing the impact of the corrupt redistricting process

The Yimby housing measure keeps losing ground. But progressives who don't challenge that narrative are not doing well.

The latest results: The Yimby housing measure is falling even further behind

The voters are rejecting the idea that 'streamlining' market-rate development will help the housing crisis.

The SF Election isn’t over

More than 100,000 votes are yet to be counted. In close races, this could matter.

The wild and crazy election night, and what it all (maybe) means

The mayor's candidates are winning for supe. Her allies lost on Prop. H and Prop. M.

Live updates: The supes races

48hills election coverage team: Nia Bossier, Phebe Bridges, William Buckerfield, Serena Finney, Cholasith (Poom) Likitpurkpaisan, Sophia McCrackin, Roman McDonough, Gabriella Rizzo, Nia Robinson, Caitlin...

Election updates: SF ballot measures

Updates throughout the evening on the parties and returns for local initiatives

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