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San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections, 1996

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San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections, 1996

The 1996 San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections occurred on November 5, 1996. Six of the eleven seats were contested. Four incumbents and two open seats and were up for election. All seats were elected at-large.

Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan, though most candidates in San Francisco do receive funding and support from various political parties.


Each voter was allowed to cast at most six votes.

San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections, 1996
Candidate Votes Percentage
Barbara Kaufman 124,716 %
Sue Bierman 117,560 %
Leland Yee 103,413 %
Leslie Katz 100,890 %
Michael Yaki 94,272 %
José Medina 92,977 %
Margo St. James 78,669 %
Victor Marquez 62,646 %
Carolene Marks 56,206 %
Donna Casey 44,176 %
Harold M. Hoogasian 40,321 %
Manuel A. Rosales 38,413 %
Andy Clark 30,005 %
Arthur M. Jackson 29,930 %
Maria Martinez 24,312 %
Bruce Quan, Jr. 23,073 %
Robert Squeri 17,624 %
Carlos Petroni 17,293 %
Scott Durcanin 16,070 %
Lucrecia Bermudez 12,079 %
Lorin Scott Rosemond 11,544 %
Robert Coleman 11,017 %
Len Pettigrew 10,293 %
Teresita Williams 10,065 %
Joseph B. Konopka 8,731 %
Shawn O'Hearn 8,533 %
Susan C. Zárate 7,768 %
Ellis Keyes 6,481 %
Voter turnout 61.90%

External links

  • City and County of San Francisco Department of Elections
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