November 2022 SF Election Guide

This is a nonpartisan analysis of the San Francisco ballot for the Nov. 8, 2022, election. It was created by Madison Alvarado, Liana Wilcox, Sylvie Sturm, Mel Baker, Camellia Burris, Yesica Prado, Lisa Rudman, Kurt Aguilar, Ambika Kandasamy and Lila LaHood. » Read more

Proposition O — Additional Parcel Tax for City College

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Proposition O, also called the San Francisco Workforce Education and Reinvestment in Community Success Act, is a proposed parcel tax to generate funding for a variety of services and programs at the City College of San Francisco. » Read more

Proposition N — Golden Gate Park Underground Parking Facility; Golden Gate Park Concourse Authority

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Proposition N would give the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department control of the Music Concourse Garage in Golden Gate Park. » Read more

Proposition M — Tax on Keeping Residential Units Vacant

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Designed to combat San Francisco’s long-standing housing shortage, an empty homes tax on the November ballot, Proposition M, would apply to multi-unit residential buildings with prolonged vacancies. » Read more

Proposition L — Sales Tax for Transportation Projects

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Proposition L is a proposed extension of the city’s current 0.5% sales tax until 2053 to help fund public transportation projects. » Read more

Proposition J — Recreational Use of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Proposition J is primarily designed to counter another measure on the ballot — Proposition I — which would overturn a Board of Supervisors ordinance passed in April 2022 closing off John F. » Read more

Proposition H — City Elections in Even-Numbered Years

See our November 2022 SF Election Guide for a nonpartisan analysis of measures and contests on the ballot in San Francisco for the election occurring Nov. 8, 2022. Voters will consider the following proposition in that election.

Proposition H would move elections scheduled for odd-numbered years to even-numbered ones. » Read more