Here's a complete list of all SF propositions that will be on this year's ballot.

San Francisco propositions - Complete list of local ballot measures

ICYMI: the 2016 election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, with early voting kicking off at San Francisco’s City Hall on Tuesday, October 11.

In addition to voting for officials at the local, state, and national level, San Franciscans will face a decision on 17 state ballot initiatives and 25 local propositions.

Here is a complete list of all 25 local measures that will appear on the ballot this year.

[UPDATE: To find out which props were approved and which were defeated, check out our full listing of the 2016 election results.]

Proposition A

Prop A – San Francisco Unified School District, California, Bond Issue

Proposition B

Prop B – San Francisco Community College, California, Parcel Tax

Proposition C

Prop C – San Francisco, California, Affordable Housing Bond Issue

Proposition D

Prop D – San Francisco, California, Vacancy Appointments

Proposition E

Prop E – San Francisco, California, City Responsibility for Street Trees and Sidewalks Amendment

Proposition F

Prop F – San Francisco, California, Local Elections Voting Age Reduction Amendment

Proposition G

Prop G – San Francisco, California, Police Oversight Amendment

Proposition H

Prop H – San Francisco, California, Establishment of a Public Advocate Office Amendment

Proposition I

Prop I – San Francisco, California, Funding for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities Amendment

Proposition J

Prop J – San Francisco, California, Homeless Services and Transportation Funds Amendment

Proposition K

Prop K – San Francisco, California, Sales Tax Increase

Proposition L

Prop L – San Francisco, California, Municipal Transportation Agency Governance Amendment

Proposition M

Prop M – San Francisco, California, Housing and Development Commission Establishment Amendment

Proposition N

Prop N – San Francisco, California, Non-Citizen Voting in School Board Elections Amendment

Proposition O

Prop O – San Francisco, California, Office Development in Candlestick Point and Hunters Point

Proposition P

Prop P – San Francisco, California, Minimum Three-Proposal Requirement for Affordable Housing Projects on City Property

Proposition Q

Prop Q – San Francisco, California, Prohibiting Tents on Public Sidewalks

Proposition R

Prop R – San Francisco, California, Neighborhood Crime Unit Creation

Proposition S

Prop S – San Francisco, California, Allocation of Hotel Tax Funds

Proposition T

Prop T – San Francisco, California, Restrictions on Gifts and Campaign Contributions from Lobbyists

Proposition U

Prop U – San Francisco, California, Increased Income Qualifications for Affordable Housing

Proposition V

Prop V – San Francisco, California, Soda and Sugary Beverages Tax

Proposition W

Prop W – San Francisco, California, Real Estate Transfer Tax Increase

Proposition X

Prop X – San Francisco, California, Replacement Space Requirement for Development Projects

Proposition RR

Prop RR – San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District, California, Bond Issue

 

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