February 2022 San Francisco special election

The February 2022 San Francisco special election (formally, the February 15, 2022, Consolidated Special Municipal Election[1]) will be held on February 15, 2022, in San Francisco, California. The races on the ballot include assessorrecorder; and three ballot measures. Some voters in this election will also have the special primary election for the 17th State Assembly district on the same ballot.

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In January 2021, Mayor London Breed appointed Joaquin Torres to be Assessor-Recorder, after Carmen Chu‘s resigned the position to become City Administrator.[2] Joaquin Torres is the only candidate who filed papers before the deadline of November 19, 2021.[1][3]

Proposition A is a recall election to remove Board of Education member Alison Collins from office before her term ends.

Proposition B is a recall election to remove Board of Education member Gabriela Lopez from office before her term ends.

Proposition C is a recall election to remove Board of Education member Faauuga Moliga from office.

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