Low voter turnout is becoming something of a trend in San Francisco.
That is lower than the day-before turnout in all our recent elections. Going back less than a year, to the September, 2021, election, turnout was at 49 percent the day before the ballots closed. In February, 2022, it was 24 percent, and in April, 2022, it was 22 percent.
Take a look at which neighborhoods have received the most votes thus far.
Data updated on June 6 at 4 p.m. Data from San Francisco Department of Elections.
Voters are being asked to decide on no fewer than eight propositions in this election, including the controversial recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Primaries for a number of state and federal positions are also on the ballot.
Be sure to check back with us tomorrow for live coverage of the election results. Initial results are expected to be released tomorrow evening at 8:45 p.m.