San Francisco Mayor’s Race
The race for mayor in San Francisco could become a serious showdown. Rumors of State Sen. Mark Leno challenging incumbent Mayor Ed Lee are picking up steam, and Leno is not denying the possibility of a campaign.
San Francisco’s ranked-choice voting system is being flushed out before the Board of Supervisors.
Interim Mayor Ed Lee held a wide lead Tuesday against a diverse slate of candidates, in a mayor’s race that could take days to settle.
The California Secretary of State is sending election observers to San Francisco on Tuesday to oversee poll workers and voters as they cast their ballots.
The campaign headquarters for San Francisco mayoral candidate and Board of Supervisors President David Chiu was burglarized and vandalized on Sunday night, campaign officials said Monday.
Candidates for San Francisco mayor, district attorney and sheriff were making a last-minute push ahead of Tuesday’s election.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera and other mayoral candidates are calling on the district attorney to investigate new money laundering allegations against supporters of Mayor Ed Lee’s mayoral campaign.
State Sen. and mayoral candidate Leland Yee on Tuesday accused interim Mayor Ed Lee of more misconduct. Lee’s campaign manager, Bill Barnes, strongly denied the accusations.
A YouTube video in support San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s re-election campaign was released Tuesday featuring local celebrities rapping to MC Hammer’s classic, “2 Legit 2 Quit.”
Arguably, an investigation into the matter would take some time. The political fallout, on the other hand, could be near instantaneous.