San Francisco's November ballot has been finalized, and it's a doozy.
City voters will weigh in on six state measures, 12 local measures and as many as 20 races, depending on where they live. And most of the issues aren't exactly easy to understand.
The city's ballot alone will ask voters to decide on a $500 million transportation bond, a boost to Muni funding, a tax on sodas and other sugary drinks, a minimum wage increase, and whether soccer fields at the western end of Golden Gate Park should be covered with synthetic turf.
Here's a quick roundup of the local measures that qualified as listed by the Department of Elections ...Read the Full Article