how to mark your ranked choice ballot in SF

Voters passed Ranked-Choice voting as an amendment to the City Charter in March of 2002. Ranked-choice voting allows San Francisco voters to rank up to three candidates for a single office. This makes it possible to elect local officials by majority vote without the need for a separate run-off election.  The following example is from the Nov. 6 2012 elections.  Visit SF Department of Elections for more information.


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