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Tag: Election Night

Election winners and losers in SF

First, we don’t really know anything for sure yet. There are, according to the Department of Elections, an astonishing 139,000 ballots still to be counted – which means there...

Election night live: Big turnout so far

Two years ago, I stood outside John’s Grill at the Election Day Lunch and heard Alex Clemens read off the early exit-poll results, which showed Hillary Clinton heading for...

The Agenda, Election Day edition

The biggest election day of a lot of our lives is Tuesday/6, and I know that sounds overly dramatic, but I think it’s true. The country is falling apart. Trump’s...

Foreign Correspondent: A political landslide in Mexico

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT When I was writing an article about street vendors in Mexico City, I saw firsthand how the country's ruling party operated. Vendors eke out a living selling...

Breed building up big lead with 25,000 still to count

London Breed now leads by 1,580 votes, with about 25,000 votes to count – and it’s entirely possible that we won’t know the winner until the end of next...

Election night: What to expect

It’s Election Day! You can still vote until 8pm. You can go to City Hall and register and vote. Every vote will count in this close election. At the traditional...

The (Election Day) Agenda: It’s going to be close

Election Day is Tuesday, June 5. All the polls are clear: This is close, and second-place votes are going to determine the winner. I predict that the three major...

How to Save SF’s Heart

Editors note: Jon Golinger, a longtime local campaign manager and activist, has written a new book called Saving San Francisco's Heart. It's published by Bay Guardian Books, and you...

Now, more than ever, San Francisco matters

Eight years ago, I rode home from Election Night parties on my bicycle and had to stop, over and over, because people were out dancing in the streets to...

Early local results: A very mixed bag

You can’t stipulate anything with the election, since it’s so odd and frankly fucking scary. But it we assume that the early absentees in San Francisco are typically conservative,...