Here is what you need to know to vote today in San Francisco’s Municipal Elections.
VOTE TODAY FROM 7 A.M. UNTIL 8 P.M.
Where to vote
Look up your polling place here.
Or call the Department of Elections at 415-554-4375
What’s on the ballot
- For more information on Carmen Chu.
2. City Attorney
- For more information on Dennis J. Herrera.
- For more information on José Cisneros.
4. Member, Board of Supervisors, District 4–Not applicable to Mission residents
NOTE: Assessor-Recorder, City Attorney and Treasurer are running uncontested and there are no qualified write-in candidates for these races. To learn more about the write-in process, click here.
Local ballot measures
1. Proposition A: Retiree Health Care Trust Fund
2. Proposition B: 8 Washington Street—Initiative
3. Proposition C: 8 Washington Street—Referendum
4. Proposition D: Prescription Drug Purchasing
Frequently asked questions about voting
1. Who can vote in San Francisco?
To vote in San Francisco, you must be a San Francisco resident and a registered voter. If you are not already registered, you will not be able to vote today (deadline to register was October 21).
2. How do I find out if I am registered to vote?
To find out if you are registered to vote, use the voter registration on-line look-up, or call the Department of Elections at (415) 554-4375.
3. Do I need to show identification when I vote?
No. You do not need to show identification when you vote.
4. What is Ranked-Choice Voting?
Ranked-Choice voting was passed by the voters as an amendment to the City Charter in March 2002. Ranked-choice voting allows San Francisco voters to rank up to three candidates for a single office. This makes it possible to elect local officials by majority vote without the need for a separate run-off election.
- Sample Ballot.
- Voter information packet.
- Voter Information Brochure.
- Explanation of Ranked-Choice Voting.
- Voting Guide for Ex-Offenders.
- Asistencia para los Electores en Español.
For updates on election day