32 minutes | Nov 6th 2020

Election recap: Bond, tax, and law enforcement reform measures win

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San Francisco voters have approved a crucial bond measure and several tax measures by wide margins and voted in favor of propositions removing a mandatory minimum staffing level for the police department and adding oversight for the sheriff’s department. Votes remain to be tallied, however, and some contests are close, including a measure that would give 16- and 17-year-olds the right to vote in municipal elections. Lila LaHood, publisher of the San Francisco Public Press, and Laura Wenus, host of the radio show and podcast “Civic,” discuss the results and what they mean for the city.
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