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As of Thursday, just over 105,000 San Francisco voters had returned their mail-in ballots for Tuesday’s special election citywide. That’s just a fraction of anticipated return rates in recent elections, according to data from the San Francisco Department of Elections.
In the last statewide special election of 2021 in which Governor Gavin Newsom was to be recalled, the number of mail-in ballots returned by voters in San Francisco five days before Election Day was around 220,000, more than double the current tally for this election. . For the 2020 presidential election, there were 270,000 elected at a similar time.
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