Sean Elsbernd

Yee Expands Lead In Close Race For San Francisco SupervisorThe historically close race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor seat widened a bit, with board of education president Norman Yee now leading by 109 votes as of Tuesday afternoon, according to the city’s elections department.
33 Votes Separate Candidates In San Francisco Supes Race The race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor seat remains historically close, with board of education President Norman Yee holding a 33-vote lead over F.X. Crowley after the latest vote totals were released Monday.
Top Candidates In San Francisco Supes Race 97 Votes ApartThe top two candidates are less than 100 votes apart in the race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor, according to the latest results released Thursday by the city’s Department of Elections.
San Francisco Supes Unanimously Approve 2-Year BudgetThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved the city’s budget for the next two fiscal years.
SF Muni Operators' Union Challenges Contract From ArbitratorA lawsuit filed Friday seeks to overturn a contract imposed on San Francisco Muni bus drivers and train operators by an arbitrator.
SF Supe Concerned About Transbay Terminal Without High-Speed RailSan Francisco Supervisor Sean Elsbernd wants a reality check on the city’s Transbay Terminal Project if high-speed rail is not built.
Despite Merchant Complaints, Mayor Lee Won't Remove Occupy SFDespite recent arrests at the Occupy SF encampment and complaints from nearby merchants, Mayor Ed Lee said Wednesday that there were no immediate plans to remove the encampment.
San Francisco Supervisors Propose Repeal of Ranked-Choice VotingA charter amendment proposal was introduced at San Francisco City Hall Tuesday which would put an end to the city's experiment with rank choice voting.
Proposition B Promises More Funds To Fix SF PotholesThe pace of re-paving roads and filling potholes would pick up in San Francisco if voters approve Proposition B on the November ballot. There would also be money for bicycle and pedestrian safety in this $248 million bond measure.
Another Pension Reform Plan Makes It Onto San Francisco’s Nov. BallotThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a pension and health care reform plan to be placed on the November ballot.
San Francisco Pension Reform Measure Headed Towards BallotWidespread support for a charter amendment to overhaul San Francisco’s public employee pension system has not deterred the public defender from collecting signatures to put a competing measure on the November ballot.
Caltrain Board To Vote On Weekend Service ReductionThe Caltrain Board will vote next week to determine the level of train service between San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties.