San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections, 2010

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The 2010 San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections were held on November 2, 2010. Five of the eleven seats of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors were contested in this election. Four incumbents were termed out of office, while one ran for reelection.

Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan, though most candidates in San Francisco do receive funding and support from various political parties. The election was held using ranked-choice voting.

Results[edit]

District 2[edit]

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District 2 consists of the Marina, Pacific Heights, the Presidio, part of Russian Hill, and Sea Cliff. Incumbent supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier was termed out of office.

District 2 supervisorial election, 2010[1][2]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Janet Reilly 9,874 41.09%
Mark Farrell 9,675 40.26%
Abraham Simmons 2,068 8.61%
Kat Anderson 1,703 7.09%
Barbara Berwick 533 2.22%
Vinta B. Guinto Peoro 159 0.66%
Write-in 18 0.07%
Valid votes 24,030 83.12%
Invalid or blank votes 4,881 16.88%
Total votes 28,911 100.00%
Voter turnout 62.36%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 1
Janet Reilly 9,898 41.08%
Mark Farrell 9,700 40.26%
Abraham Simmons (eliminated) 2,074 8.61%
Kat Anderson (eliminated) 1,707 7.08%
Barbara Berwick (eliminated) 537 2.23%
Vinta B. Guinto Peoro (eliminated) 160 0.66%
Write-in (eliminated) 18 0.07%
Eligible votes 24,094 83.34%
Exhausted votes 4,817 16.66%
Total votes 28,911 100.00%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 2
Mark Farrell 11,426 50.57%
Janet Reilly 11,168 49.43%
Eligible votes 22,594 78.15%
Exhausted votes 6,317 21.85%
Total votes 28,911 100.00%

District 4[edit]

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District 4 consists primarily of the Sunset district. Incumbent supervisor Carmen Chu ran for reelection unopposed.

District 4 supervisorial election, 2010[1]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Carmen Chu (incumbent) 16,931 98.85%
Write-in 248 1.44%
Valid votes 17,179 74.39%
Invalid or blank votes 5,913 25.61%
Total votes 23,092 100.00%
Voter turnout 58.94%

District 6[edit]

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District 6 consists of Alcatraz Island, Civic Center, Mission Bay, South of Market, the Tenderloin, Treasure Island, and Yerba Buena Island. Incumbent supervisor Chris Daly was termed out of office.

District 6 supervisorial election, 2010[1][3]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Jane Kim 6,591 31.41%
Debra Walker 5,651 26.93%
Theresa Sparks 3,584 17.08%
James Keys 957 4.56%
Matt Drake 944 4.50%
Glendon "Anna Conda" Hyde 687 3.27%
Elaine Zamora 633 3.02%
Dean Clark 595 2.84%
Jim Meko 404 1.93%
George Vazhappally 240 1.14%
Matt Ashe 185 0.88%
h. Brown 181 0.86%
George Davis 155 0.74%
Nate Payne 149 0.71%
Write-in 29 0.14%
Valid votes 20,985 83.75%
Invalid or blank votes 4,072 16.25%
Total votes 25,057 100.00%
Voter turnout 54.49%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 12
Jane Kim 8,865 54.08%
Debra Walker 7,528 45.92%
Eligible votes 16,393 65.42%
Exhausted votes 8,664 34.58%
Total votes 25,057 100.00%

Ranked-choice vote distribution[edit]

Candidate Pass 1 Pass 2 Pass 3 Pass 4 Pass 5 Pass 6 Pass 7 Pass 8 Pass 9 Pass 10 Pass 11 Pass 12
Jane Kim 6,621 6,623 6,635 6,646 6,674 6,697 6,720 6,800 6,908 7,039 7,767 8,865
Debra Walker 5,669 5,670 5,689 5,716 5,741 5,763 5,781 5,857 5,994 6,101 6,701 7,528
Theresa Sparks 3,605 3,605 3,611 3,623 3,642 3,655 3,671 3,719 3,781 3,882 4,334
Matt Drake 947 947 955 962 986 996 1,031 1,077 1,133 1,200
James Keys 960 960 966 974 980 995 1,002 1,043 1,102 1,148
Glendon "Anna Conda" Hyde 692 693 709 723 740 748 757 779 804 839
Elaine Zamora 637 637 640 649 657 673 695 714 746
Dean Clark 602 602 612 623 629 662 697 713
Jim Meko 407 407 420 424 436 447 498
George Vazhapally 242 242 261 270 277 284
h. Brown 182 182 187 198 205
Matt Ashe 185 186 188 191
George Davis 158 158 160
Nate Payne 150 150
Write-in 29
Eligible ballots 21,086 21,062 21,033 20,999 20,967 20,920 20,852 20,702 20,468 20,209 18,802 16,393
Exhausted ballots 3,971 3,995 4,027 4,058 4,090 4,137 4,205 4,355 4,589 4,848 6,255 8,664
Total 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057 25,057

District 8[edit]

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District 8 consists of The Castro, Diamond Heights, Duboce Triangle, Eureka Valley, Glen Park, and Noe Valley. Incumbent supervisor Bevan Dufty was termed out of office.

District 8 supervisorial election, 2010[1][4]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Scott Wiener 14,797 42.41%
Rafael Mandelman 12,414 35.58%
Rebecca Prozan 5,860 16.79%
Bill Hemenger 1,791 5.13%
Write-in 30 0.09%
Valid votes 34,892 90.51%
Invalid or blank votes 3,659 9.49%
Total votes 38,551 100.00%
Voter turnout 71.59%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 1
Scott Wiener 14,813 42.38%
Rafael Mandelman 12,433 35.57%
Rebecca Prozan (eliminated) 5,872 16.80%
Bill Hemenger (eliminated) 1,802 5.16%
Write-in (eliminated) 30 0.09%
Eligible votes 34,950 90.66%
Exhausted votes 3,602 9.34%
Total votes 38,551 100.00%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 2
Scott Wiener 18,239 55.39%
Rafael Mandelman 14,687 44.61%
Eligible votes 32,926 85.41%
Exhausted votes 5,625 14.59%
Total votes 38,551 100.00%

District 10[edit]

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District 10 consists of Bayview-Hunters Point, McLaren Park, part of the Portola, Potrero Hill, and Visitacion Valley. Incumbent supervisor Sophie Maxwell was termed out of office.

District 10 supervisorial election, 2010[1][5]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Lynette Sweet 2,137 12.07%
Tony Kelly 2,095 11.83%
Malia Cohen 2,083 11.77%
Marlene Tran 2,037 11.51%
Steve Moss 1,959 11.06%
Teresa Duque 1,427 8.06%
DeWitt M. Lacy 1,272 7.18%
Chris Jackson 1,085 6.13%
Kristine Enea 543 3.07%
Eric Smith 448 2.53%
James M. Calloway 413 2.33%
Diane Wesley Smith 390 2.20%
Geoffrea Morris 330 1.86%
Stephen Weber 310 1.75%
Ashley Hawley Rhodes 259 1.46%
Rodney Hampton, Jr. 235 1.33%
Ed Donaldson 202 1.14%
Jackie Norman 183 1.03%
Nyese Joshua 134 0.76%
MJ Marie Franklin 80 0.45%
Ellsworth "Ell" Jennison 67 0.38%
Write-in 16 0.09%
Valid votes 17,705 86.16%
Invalid or blank votes 2,845 13.84%
Total votes 20,550 100.00%
Voter turnout 51.64%
Ranked choice voting — Pass 20
Malia Cohen 4,321 52.70%
Tony Kelly 3,879 47.30%
Eligible votes 8,200 39.90%
Exhausted votes 12,350 60.10%
Total votes 20,550 100.00%

Ranked-choice vote distribution[edit]

Candidate Pass 1 Pass 2 Pass 3 Pass 4 Pass 5 Pass 6 Pass 7 Pass 8 Pass 9 Pass 10 Pass 11 Pass 12 Pass 13 Pass 14 Pass 15 Pass 16 Pass 17 Pass 18 Pass 19 Pass 20
Malia Cohen 2,097 2,098 2,100 2,105 2,111 2,132 2,154 2,194 2,215 2,244 2,300 2,386 2,423 2,530 2,677 2,741 3,229 3,501 4,120 4,321
Tony Kelly 2,102 2,102 2,108 2,111 2,132 2,136 2,139 2,150 2,155 2,180 2,185 2,281 2,310 2,410 2,639 2,661 2,858 3,392 3,576 3,879
Marlene Tran 2,049 2,049 2,052 2,059 2,071 2,072 2,074 2,096 2,104 2,116 2,124 2,132 2,169 2,216 2,300 3,039 3,084 3,231 3,330
Lynette Sweet 2,150 2,153 2,156 2,162 2,170 2,189 2,227 2,243 2,278 2,291 2,338 2,355 2,396 2,543 2,682 2,712 2,880 3,201
Steve Moss 1,969 1,969 1,971 1,977 1,979 1,987 1,999 2,003 2,013 2,047 2,059 2,106 2,139 2,255 2,364 2,440 2,609
DeWitt M. Lacy 1,274 1,276 1,279 1,282 1,292 1,298 1,317 1,324 1,337 1,361 1,384 1,439 1,471 1,585 1,722 1,757
Teresa Duque 1,441 1,441 1,443 1,449 1,456 1,459 1,464 1,467 1,473 1,483 1,495 1,499 1,512 1,542 1,574
Chris Jackson 1,088 1,088 1,094 1,098 1,110 1,126 1,134 1,143 1,167 1,180 1,196 1,236 1,281 1,370
Kristine Enea 544 544 548 552 555 559 564 578 585 610 617 634 654
Diane Wesley Smith 399 399 400 400 412 428 432 461 476 499 515 526 567
James M. Calloway 417 418 422 430 434 437 443 464 478 494 511 522
Eric Smith 448 448 451 454 454 459 462 465 474 480 484
Geoffrea Morris 333 333 333 336 344 349 352 356 373 375
Stephen Weber 311 311 315 316 318 321 326 339 349
Rodney Hampton, Jr. 237 237 239 243 251 261 280 290
Ashley Hawley Rhodes 260 260 262 263 265 277 278
Ed Donaldson 202 202 202 202 205 206
Jackie Norman 186 186 188 191 193
Nyese Joshua 135 135 141 147
MJ Marie Franklin 81 81 85
Ellsworth "Ell" Jennison 68 68
Write-in 17
Eligible ballots 17,808 17,798 17,789 17,777 17,752 17,696 17,645 17,573 17,477 17,360 17,208 17,116 16,922 16,451 15,958 15,350 14,660 13,325 11,026 8,200
Exhausted ballots 2,742 2,752 2,761 2,773 2,798 2,854 2,905 2,977 3,073 3,190 3,342 3,434 3,628 4,099 4,592 5,200 5,890 7,225 9,524 12,350
Total 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550 20,550

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "November 2, 2010 General Election Statement of Vote" (Excel). San Francisco Department of Elections. November 30, 2004. Retrieved December 24, 2010. 
  2. ^ "District 2 – Ranked-choice voting". San Francisco Department of Elections. November 24, 2010. Retrieved December 24, 2010. 
  3. ^ "District 6 – Ranked-choice voting". San Francisco Department of Elections. November 24, 2010. Retrieved December 24, 2010. 
  4. ^ "District 8 – Ranked-choice voting". San Francisco Department of Elections. November 24, 2010. Retrieved December 24, 2010. 
  5. ^ "District 10 – Ranked-choice voting". San Francisco Department of Elections. November 24, 2010. Retrieved December 24, 2010. 

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