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June 5, 2018 — California Primary Election

Mayor — City of San Francisco

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About this office

This office uses ranked-choice voting, or “instant run-off voting.” When marking your ballot, instead of voting for just one candidate, rank up to three candidates in order of your preference. See the Voting info section for more information.
You must select at least 2 candidates to compare them.

Candidates

You can vote for 3 of these 8 candidates.

Richie Greenberg

Business Advisor
Top 3 Priorities
  1. To end chronic homelessness by declaring a State of...
  2. To restore a level of Law and Order
  3. To uplift our Quality of Life
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Mark Leno

Small Business Owner
Top 3 Priorities
  1. End Street Homelessness by 2020.
  2. Create, build, and refurbish 5,000 affordable homes...
  3. Curb the epidemic of property crime and clean up our...
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London Breed

Board of Supervisors President/Former...
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Help solve our homeless crisis; provide better services...
  2. Ease our affordable housing crunch; build more housing...
  3. Improve public safety; reduce the number of home and...
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Amy Farah Weiss

Founder/Director of SaintFrancisChallenge.org
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Homelessness: Transition 3,000 - 3,500 unhoused residents...
  2. Affordable housing development and anti-displacement:...
  3. Public Safety: Invest $34 million (the same cost as...
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Ellen Lee Zhou

Family Social Worker
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Wake up San Franciscans! Say No to government abuse!...
  2. I will hire outside accountants to audit our books,...
  3. Homeless will not be allowed in any of the streets!...
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Angela Alioto

Civil Rights Lawyer
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Homelessness: While the city has been effective in...
  2. Housing: We can make significant strides in alleviating...
  3. We need a world class public transportation system...
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Jane Kim

Supervisor, former President of Board...
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Clean Streets
  2. Affordable Housing
  3. Homelessness
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