November 2007 San Francisco general elections were held on November 6, 2007 in San Francisco, California. The elections included those for San Francisco mayor, district attorney, and sheriff, and eleven San Francisco ballot measures. District attorney [ edit ]
Kamala Harris won reelection for a second term.
San Francisco district attorney election, 2007 Candidate Votes % Kamala Harris ( incumbent) 114,561 98.50 Write-in 1,744 1.50 Invalid or blank votes 33,160 22.19% Total votes 149,465 100.00 Voter turnout 35.62% Sheriff [ edit ]
Seven-term incumbent Michael Hennessey won reelection.
San Francisco sheriff election, 2007 Candidate Votes % Michael Hennessey ( incumbent) 95,948 73.69 David Wong 34,031 26.14 Write-in 221 0.17 Invalid or blank votes 19,265 12.89% Total votes 149,465 100.00 Voter turnout 35.62% Propositions [ edit ]
Propositions: A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • I • J • K Note: "City" refers to the San Francisco municipal government. Proposition A [ edit ]
Proposition A would give the
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) more authority and funding while requiring the SFMTA to create a Climate Action Plan, and forbidding the increase the maximum number of parking spaces for new private development projects except with supermajority approval of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Proposition A Choice Votes % Yes 80,786 55.66 No 64,346 44.34 Proposition B [ edit ]
Proposition B would prohibit City-chartered board and committee members from serving as holdovers 60 days after their terms expire.
Proposition B Choice Votes % Yes 96,034 71.16 No 38,915 28.84 Proposition C [ edit ]
Proposition C would require all measures sponsored by the Mayor and Board of Supervisors to be submitted for a public hearing before the Board of Supervisors.
Proposition C Choice Votes % Yes 94,939 68.20 No 44,258 31.80 Proposition D [ edit ]
Proposition D would renew the Library Preservation Fund and allow the Fund to be used to improve and maintain library facilities.
Proposition D Choice Votes % Yes 105,328 74.47 No 36,102 25.53 Proposition E [ edit ]
Proposition E would require the Mayor to appear before the Board of Supervisors monthly for formal policy discussions.
Proposition E Choice Votes % No 74,253 51.41 Yes 70,166 48.59 Proposition F [ edit ]
Proposition F would allow the Board of Supervisors to permit airport police officers who served before December 27, 1997, to switch from the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) to the San Francisco Employee Retirement System.
Proposition F Choice Votes % Yes 69,637 51.60 No 65,321 48.40 Proposition G [ edit ]
Proposition G would establish the Golden Gate Park Stables Matching Fund for the purpose of renovating, repairing, and maintaining the horse stables at Golden Gate Park.
Proposition G Choice Votes % Yes 77,340 55.37 No 62,331 44.63 Proposition H [ edit ]
Proposition H would increase the number of parking spaces developers can build and ease restrictions on building new parking spaces for buildings.
Proposition H Choice Votes % No 94,277 66.91 Yes 46,632 33.09 Proposition I [ edit ]
Proposition I would establish the Office for Small Business as a City department and require it to operate a Small Business Assistance Center to provide information to small businesses.
Proposition I Choice Votes % Yes 80,865 59.15 No 55,855 40.85 Proposition J [ edit ]
Proposition J would make it City policy to offer free
Wi-Fi throughout San Francisco via contract with a private provider.
Proposition J Choice Votes % Yes 86,451 62.25 No 52,428 37.75 Proposition K [ edit ]
Proposition K would make it City policy that the City would not increase the amount of general advertising signs on street furniture and City-owned buildings.
Proposition K Choice Votes % Yes 86,250 61.85 No 53,195 38.15 External links [ edit ]