Election Day is tomorrow and San Franciscans will vote on a variety of local and statewide issues and candidates. The results of this election will greatly effect our city and state, and it is crucial that everyone has a say in our future.  To see the offices, local and state measures that are on the November 4 ballot click here. For more information about the statewide election click here.

Key local issues regarding affordability, transportation and a proposed soda-tax will be on the ballot, as well as five seats on the Board of Supervisors. For the local races, residents will choose their preferred candidates through the Instant-runoff voting or Ranked Choice Voting system.

Polls will open at 7am and close at 8pm. Everything you need to know about the upcoming election including when, where and how to vote is made available by the San Francisco Department of Elections on their website.

The future of our city and state depends on the citizens who choose to participate. It’s important that we all remember to vote and encourage our friends and family to do the same. Every vote counts!