[maxgallery name=”november-2014-vote-san-francisco”]A warm sun and clear skies greeted San Francisco Tuesday morning as voters descended upon the city’s 576 polling places for the November 2014 election. Inside the polling rooms, eligible voters were given a five card ballot with a variety of local, state, and federal offices and measures up for vote. Making choices through the sea of names and propositions would be daunting for unprepared voters, but those educated on the issues had the power to help shape their future governments and way of life. San Franciscans specifically voted on 12 ballot local measures that dealt with an array of important issues such as increasing the city’s minimum wage, changing transportation priorities, and taxing sugary beverages. Most polling places were open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
San Francisco Ballot Measures, November 2014 Vote, Propositions