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2014 San Francisco Board of Supervisors election

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The 2014 San Francisco Board of Supervisors elections occurred on November 4, 2014. Five of the eleven seats of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors were contested in this election. Incumbents in all five districts successfully ran for re-election.

Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan, though most candidates in San Francisco do receive funding and support from various political parties. The election was held using ranked-choice voting.


District 2

This district consists of the Marina, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, Seacliff, Lake District, Presidio Heights, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Presidio, and part of Russian Hill. Supervisor Mark Farrell successfully won re-election.

District 2 supervisorial election, 2014[1]
Candidate Votes %
Mark Farrell (incumbent) 15,546 78.61
Juan-Antonio Carballo 4,090 20.68
Write-in 141 0.71
Total votes 19,777 100

District 4

District 4 consists of the Central Sunset, Outer Sunset, Parkside, Outer Parkside, and Pine Lake Park. Supervisor Katy Tang won re-election to the Board of Supervisors after first being appointed to the Board in 2013.

District 4 supervisorial election, 2014[2]
Candidate Votes %
Katy Tang (incumbent) 14,981 96.7
Write-in 511 3.3
Total votes 15,492 100

District 6

District 6 consists of the Union Square, Tenderloin, Civic Center, Mid-Market, Cathedral Hill, South of Market, South Beach, and Mission Bay.

District 6 supervisorial election, 2014[3]
Candidate Votes %
Jane Kim (incumbent) 8,827 67.42
Michael Nulty 1,467 11.21
Jamie Whitaker 1,458 11.14
David Carlos Salaverry 1,210 9.24
Write-in 119 0.91
Write-in Rodney Hauge 11 0.08
Total votes 13,092 100

District 8

District 8 consists of The Castro, Noe Valley, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, Corona Heights, Eureka Valley, Dolores Heights, Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle, Buena Vista Park, and part of Twin Peaks.

District 8 supervisorial election, 2014[4]
Candidate Votes %
Scott Wiener (incumbent) 22,854 77.67
Michael Petrelis 2,004 6.81
Tommy Basso 1,574 5.35
George Davis 1,372 4.66
John Nulty 1,359 4.62
Write-in 261 0.89
Total votes 29,424 100.00

District 10

District 10 consists of Potrero Hill, Central Waterfront, Dogpatch, Bayview-Hunters Point, Bayview Heights, India Basin, Silver Terrace, Candlestick Point, Visitacion Valley, Little Hollywood, Sunnydale, and McLaren Park.

District 10 supervisorial election, 2014[5]
Candidate Votes %
Malia Cohen (incumbent) 7,141 46.49
Tony Kelly 3,688 24.01
Marlene Tran 2,704 17.6
Shawn M. Richard 986 6.42
Ed Donaldson 793 5.16
Write-in 48 0.31
Total votes 15,360 100.00


  1. ^ "SFDOE Results".
  2. ^ "SFDOE Results".
  3. ^ "SFDOE Results".
  4. ^ "SFDOE Results".
  5. ^ "SFDOE Results".

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