While most of the SF propositions voted on in Tuesday’s election had clear winners and losers, with 36,000 ballots still to be counted, the race for Proposition H, a non-binding measure that sought to encourage the San Francisco Unified School District to change its school assignment process to give the highest priority in the process to students who live closest to each school, was passing with 50.74 percent of the vote as of Tuesday night, winning by only 2,000 votes.
According to the Ex, about 18,000 more of those votes were counted today, and Prop H continues to win only narrowly, by 2373 votes.
Here are the most recent numbers on the propositions from the Department of Elections, as of 4 PM today:
Proposition A: School bond measure (requires 55 percent vote)
Proposition B: Bond issue for road repaving and street safety (requires two-thirds vote)
Proposition C: City pension and health benefits (requires majority vote)
Proposition D: City pension benefits (requires majority vote)
Proposition E: Amending/repealing ordinances (requires majority vote)
Proposition F: Campaign consultant ordinance (requires majority vote)
Proposition G: Sales tax ordinance (requires majority vote)
Proposition H: School District Student Assignment (requires majority vote)