2015 Election Results for South San Francisco

South San Francisco, CA  November 4, 2015

The results are in from the San Mateo County historical all mail in ballot and can be found on the San Mateo County Race Tracker. CLICK HERE for the full results on all county races.

South San Francisco voters agreed with the 1/2 cent sales tax with 61.48% in favor and 38.52% opposed with the current count of 3,143 to 1,964. These figures represent the mail in and early voter results.

Mayor Rich Garbarino and Councilwoman Karyl Matsumoto, running unopposed, received 3,882 and 3,698 respectively.

South City resident Maurice Goodman also won his bid for San Mateo County College District Governing Board with 27,115 votes. Joining him on the SMCCDB is Dave Mandelkern and Karen Schwarz. Goodman currently holds a seat on the South San Francisco Unified School District.

When asked if Goodman would now be leaving SSFUSD, Councilwoman Liza Normandy responded “The process is that Maurice will need to submit his resignation with the County Supt. & then the Board of Trustees will discuss either a special election or by appointment with public interviews of those interested..based on history, Appointment has been the decision of the Board at no cost to the district.”

“Our community should also keep in mind that in 2016 – we will have school board elections with two open seats – which would be a great opportunity for someone to learn & run a campaign for next year.” Normandy added.

*A rough estimate shows 5,100 SSF voters cast their ballot, out of the approximately 27,764 registered voters.  To all whom participated in our democratic process, be it a candidate or campaigning for a candidate or measure, and to our voters, thank you.

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1 comment for “2015 Election Results for South San Francisco

  1. Dear Neighbor
    November 5, 2015 at 7:02 pm

    If the city had placed this ballot dedicated to things it says it wants to do for the citizen, it would of needed 2/3 pass, and didn’t, it lowered the bar, because they knew it was a hardsell without the fears they wrote on the mailers. Lets follow the money…to see when it goes to the employee pensions. This ballot did not get 2/3 or the vote.

    Sad to see how our city pushed this on citizens, I held them to a higher standard. No more.

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