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November 6, 2007 Election

County Results as of Dec 7 11:49am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (580/580)
35.6% Countywide Voter Turnout (149,465/419,598)
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    Local Measures

    Proposition A Transit Reform, Parking Regulation and Emissions Reductions -- City of San Francisco (Charter Amendment)
    80,786 / 55.66% Yes votes ...... 64,346 / 44.34% No votes
    Shall the Municipal Transportation Agency be provided greater governing authority, and additional funding, and be required to develop a Climate Action Plan, and shall the City not increase the maximum number of parking spaces allowed for new private development projects unless approved by a super-majority of the Board?

    Proposition B Limiting Hold-Over Service on Charter-created Boards and Commissions -- City of San Francisco (Charter Amendment)
    96,034 / 71.16% Yes votes ...... 38,915 / 28.84% No votes
    Shall members of Charter-created boards and commissions be prohibited from serving as hold-overs for more than 60 days after their term expires?

    Proposition C Requiring Public Hearings on Proposed Measures -- City of San Francisco (Charter Amendment)
    94,939 / 68.20% Yes votes ...... 44,258 / 31.80% No votes
    Shall the Mayor or four or more members of the Board of Supervisors who wish to place a measure on the ballot first be required to submit it to the Board of Supervisors for a public hearing?

    Proposition D Renewing Library Preservation Fund -- City of San Francisco
    105,328 / 74.47% Yes votes ...... 36,102 / 25.53% No votes

    Proposition E Requiring Mayor to Appear Monthly at a Board of Supervisors Meeting -- City of San Francisco
    70,166 / 48.59% Yes votes ...... 74,253 / 51.41% No votes

    Proposition F Authorizing Board of Supervisors to Amend Contract For
    Retirement Benefits for Police Department Employees
    Who Were Airport Police Officers -- City of San Francisco

    69,637 / 51.60% Yes votes ...... 65,321 / 48.40% No votes

    Proposition G Establishing Golden Gate Park Stables Matching Fund -- City of San Francisco
    77,340 / 55.37% Yes votes ...... 62,331 / 44.63% No votes

    Proposition H Regulating Parking Spaces -- City of San Francisco
    46,632 / 33.09% Yes votes ...... 94,277 / 66.91% No votes

    Proposition I Establishing Office of Small Business as City Department and
    Creating Small Business Assistance Center -- City of San Francisco

    80,865 / 59.15% Yes votes ...... 55,855 / 40.85% No votes

    Proposition J Adopting a Policy to Offer Free City-Wide Wireless
    High-Speed Internet Network -- City of San Francisco

    86,451 / 62.25% Yes votes ...... 52,428 / 37.75% No votes

    Proposition K Adopting a Policy to Restrict Advertising
    on Street Furniture and City Buildings -- City of San Francisco

    86,250 / 61.85% Yes votes ...... 53,195 / 38.15% No votes

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