SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed’s lead over former state Sen. Mark Leno ticked up just a tad in the San Francisco mayoral race Monday.
According to numbers released this afternoon, Breed’s lead went up by 21 votes for a 1,601 vote advantage. She now has 106,536 votes, 50.38 percent, over Leno’s 104,935 votes, 49.62 percent.READ MORE: Santa Clara Shoe Store Ransacked in Late Night Smash-and-Grab Robbery
Today’s report includes about 9,000 votes that were tallied since Sunday’s report. The Elections Department is still processing more than 17,000 ballots.READ MORE: COVID Omicron: Rush To Vaccinate In East Bay As New Variant Emerges
Election officials will release another report Tuesday at 4 p.m.MORE NEWS: Lee Elder, 1st Black Golfer To Play Masters, Dies At Age 87
The winner of the race will serve the remainder of the late Mayor Ed Lee’s term, which runs through January 2020. Lee died unexpectedly in December.