Making Sense of San Francisco's Jam-Packed November Ballot

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Workers at the San Francisco Department of Elections sort stacks of vote-by-mail ballots by precinct January 24, 2008 in San Francisco, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

San Francisco politics are rarely dull,  and this election year is no exception. Voters will weigh in on a whopping 25 ballot measures covering hot-button issues like homelessness, public transit and education. In this hour of Forum, we talk with some local political journalists about the big measures and races. We'll also discuss what it all means for Mayor Ed Lee, a divided Board of Supervisors and the future of the city.

More Information:

KQED Complete Election Coverage

S.F. Measure Q Would Ban Tents On City Sidewalks (Forum archives)


Marisa Lagos, reporter, KQED's California Politics & Government Desk

C.W. Nevius, metro columnist, San Francisco Chronicle

Tim Redmond, editor, 48 hills