SAN FRANCISCO JUNE ELECTION RESULTS AND ANALYSIS
With the June 2022 election results finalized, sf.citi broke down the election and analyzed what the results mean for the future of San Francisco. The recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin became the featured story from the election, but the recall only played a small part of the story from election night. San Francisco voters sent a resounding message to city officials that they want more government oversight by passing Propositions B, E, and G and more government accountability by passing Proposition H and defeating Proposition A and C.
YOUR UPDATED MAP TO SAN FRANCISCO’S SUPERVISOR DISTRICTS
We are excited to announce an updated version of sf.citi’s full and individual supervisor district maps. At the end of April, the San Francisco redistricting task force finalized a new supervisor district map that included some significant boundary changes due to uneven population growth across the City. Explore these changes and the makeup of San Francisco’s supervisor districts with sf.citi’s maps, which will now be good until the subsequent redrawing in 2032.
HOW TO CELEBRATE JUNETEENTH IN THE BAY AREA
In addition to Father’s Day, this Sunday marks Juneteenth’s second year as a federal holiday. As the holiday commemorating the emancipation of African Americans and the end of slavery in the United States, there’s a strong legacy of celebrating Juneteenth in the Bay Area. Whether this is your first Juneteenth celebration or a longstanding tradition, we encourage you to get out this weekend, get involved, and learn more about this great holiday.
DID YOU KNOW?
Cruise received the first-of-its-kind permit from California regulators to allow people in San Francisco to hail a paid ride from a driverless taxi. The company has been offering free driverless rides since February and will begin rolling out paid rides in its 30 electric vehicles soon. Learn more about Cruise’s driverless cars and how you can ride in one here.
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