And the count goes on . . .

There’s not much to update, which is why I haven’t. I’m still in 4th place, 765 votes behind Jill Wynns and 5034 votes ahead of Barbara Lopez. The trend we’ve seen since Election Night is holding. The Examiner has a piece this morning quoting the Elections Dept. as saying it has 5,000 ballots left to count. There are also a lot of provisional ballots left to count, so while it is getting mathematically more difficult for someone to edge me out for a seat, it’s not impossible.

Results are updated each afternoon at around 4 p.m. You can find them here.

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5 responses to “And the count goes on . . .

  1. Would it be terrible to admit that I have already finished my bottle of champagne?

  2. Michelle Larson

    I think this is a slam dunk for you! Congrats on all your hard work.

  3. Cool Rachel,

    Looks mathematically impossible not to call this for Rachel.

  4. I’ve been going to sfgov.org every afternoon to check the results. IT’S TOO SLOW to get our final results!
    I second Daphne’s comment. Great job!

  5. Keep that champagne on ice because I think you’re in.