February 2008 San Francisco general election
|Elections in California|
The February 2008 San Francisco general elections were held on February 5, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The elections included the United States presidential primaries, seven California ballot propositions, and three San Francisco ballot measures.
- Note: "City" refers to the San Francisco municipal government.
Proposition A would allow the City to issue bonds worth a total of $185 million to fund municipal park and recreation facilities and to raise property taxes to fund these bonds, permitting landlords to pass 50% of the increase to tenants. This proposition required a two-thirds majority to pass.
|Invalid or blank votes||20,784||7.72|
Proposition B would "allow certain retirement-eligible police officers to continue working for up to three additional years while accumulating their regular retirement benefits in tax-deferred retirement accounts."
|Invalid or blank votes||23,713||8.81|
Proposition C would make it City policy to transform Alcatraz Island into a Global Peace Center.
|Invalid or blank votes||22,868||8.49|
- California state elections, February 2008
- California Democratic primary, 2008
- California Republican primary, 2008