LIVE June election coverage UPDATED

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Follow the San Francisco Bay Guardian tonight [Tue/3] as we cover the 2014 Primary Election live! 

A war on the waterfront is brewing, with Proposition B set to decide if voter approval should be required for increases in height limits for waterfront development, an issue we've long covered. Additionally, tonight's primary will set the tone of the David Chiu vs. David Campos Assembly race.

Follow live updates on Twitter as News Editor Rebecca Bowe, Staff Writer Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, and contributor Reed Nelson pop in at various election night gatherings. Our continuous updates will show up in the embedded Twitter feed, below.

To follow us directly and Tweet back with your own election night updates, search for @ByRebeccaBowe, @FitztheReporter, @ReedNelson01 and @SFBG

For more background on the election, the issues, and the candidates, check out our Clean Slate voting guide here

Update: The election is over (see the results here), but yo can scroll through our reporters' live tweets from last night's campaign celebrations in the timeline below.

Comments

Campos goes in the Green Bin. Question: do I put animal excrement in there as well?

Posted by Guest on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 8:05 pm

not remotely

hold your britches while the real votes come in

Posted by anonymous on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 8:52 pm

So absentee votes somehow are not "real" votes? Does someone actually stepping into a polling station make his vote better than someone who voted by mail?

Posted by Guest on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 10:04 pm

Dude...they're not real votes because they didn't favor the Progressive candidate.

Posted by Guest on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 10:15 pm

i don't consider thick headed conservatives to be real people

they are more like walking cartoons

and their votes almost always get overwhelmed by the end of the voting process

Posted by anonymous on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 10:38 pm

But progressives almost always lose in city-wide elections (and in most district elections too). So they must be walking cartoons too, right?

Posted by Guest on Jun. 03, 2014 @ 10:50 pm

Chiu would be a fine doctrine liberal.

Soft in the head liberals have a rough time in SF.

Posted by Guest on Jun. 04, 2014 @ 2:19 am
Posted by Guest on Jun. 04, 2014 @ 6:38 am

but Chiu's win over Campos in the very same election is an anomaly in a low-turnout election.

Progressive Groupthink?

Posted by Guest on Jun. 04, 2014 @ 6:40 am

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