June 2022 Election Results

Should District Attorney Chesa Boudin Be Recalled?

50%+1 votes required to pass
Should District Attorney Chesa Boudin be recalled?
YES 55%
121,956 Votes
NO 45%
99,571 Votes

Local Measure Results

Proposition A

66⅔% votes required to pass

A bond of up to $400 Million to pay for previously planned capital improvements such as repairs and upgrades to Muni’s transit system, improving street safety features and traffic signals, and traffic calming measures.

65%
Yes 137,925 Votes
35%
No 73,986 Votes

Proposition B

50%+1 votes required to pass

Reorganize the oversight commission for the Department of Building Inspection.

62%
Yes 128,475 Votes
38%
No 78,855 Votes

Proposition C

50%+1 votes required to pass

Places additional time restraints on filing petitions for recall of elected officials. Additionally, any appointed replacement for a recalled official would be barred from standing for election.

42%
Yes 89,231 Votes
58%
No 123,021 Votes

Proposition D

50%+1 votes required to pass

Create a new Office of Victim and Witness Rights that would provide support and ensure the right to counsel for crime victims and witnesses.

59%
Yes 125,116 Votes
41%
No 86,649 Votes

Proposition E

50%+1 votes required to pass

An anti-corruption measure that would further restrict a type of fundraising where officials ask persons to donate to a preferred charity.

69%
Yes 143,314 Votes
31%
No 63,202 Votes

Proposition F

50%+1 votes required to pass

Change the way garbage collection rates are regulated. It would reorganize the Refuse Rate Board and move responsibility for monitoring and proposing rates from the Director of Public Works to the Controller.

71%
Yes 143,345 Votes
29%
No 59,495 Votes

Proposition G

50%+1 votes required to pass

Make permanent an emergency ordinance adopted during the height of the Covid epidemic which requires larger private employers to provide two weeks of paid public health emergency leave.

64%
Yes 137,064 Votes
36%
No 75,677 Votes

City Attorney

Only one candidate is on the ballot for city attorney.
David Chiu

David Chiu

100%
162,692 Votes

State Assembly Primaries

Assembly District 17

The top two contenders advance to
November’s general election.
Matt Haney 69,209 Votes
David Campos 27,171 Votes
Bill Shireman 13,014 Votes
Write-in candidate 89 Votes
63% 25% 12%

Assembly District 19

The top two contenders advance to
November’s general election.
Phil Ting 71,205 Votes
Karsten Weide 17,898 Votes
Write-in candidate 97 Votes
80% 20% 0%

Voter Turnout Map

Precinct-Level Voting Maps

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