San Francisco ballot measures: What was approved, rejected

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SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – San Francisco voters voted on Tuesday on several ballot measures in this year’s election.

Here’s a roundup of ballot measures and latest results.


Vaping products will remain banned in San Francisco.

A total 80% of voters rejected Proposition C, which was the measure to overturn the vaping products ban in the city.

San Francisco-based e-cigarette company Juul spent $12 million to put Prop C on the ballot before they pulled their support for it last month.


San Francisco voters want more affordable housing.

Proposition A passed with 69% of the vote.

It’s for a $600 million bond to build and fix affordable housing in San Francisco.

It will help low-income residents, seniors, and teachers.

Mayor London Breed and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors backed the measure.

It’s considered to be the city’s largest affordable housing bond ever.


Uber and Lyft rides are about to get more expensive in San Francisco.

A total 67% of voters approved Proposition D, which would tax rideshare companies between 1.5% and 3.25% for every ride.

The tax would bring up to $32 million for transit improvements.

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