Assembly District 19
The new California Assembly District 19 (formerly District 12) encompasses the Marina, Richmond, Sunset, West Portal and Ingleside neighborhoods of San Francisco along with Daly City, Broadmoor and Colma in San Mateo County.
Do I live in Assembly District 19?
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Who is the current representative of Assembly District 19?
Fiona Ma is the current representative for Assembly District 19 (formerly District 12). She is termed out this year. Fiona Ma has endorsed Phil Ting for Assembly.
Who are the candidates running for Assembly District 19?
The candidates for Assembly District 19:
Political Party Registration
- Democrats: 52.8%
- Decline to State: 30.7%
- Republicans: 12.6%
- Other: 4%
Who is the leading candidate for Assembly District 19?
San Francisco Assessor Recorder Phil Ting is the leading candidate for the open seat in Assembly District 19. Ting has obtained many endorsements including the California Democratic Party, teachers, firefighters, police, labor organizations and scores of elected officials, including current Assemblymember and Speaker Pro Tempore Fiona Ma.
What is the voting population of Assembly District 19?
The total number of people registered to vote in Assembly District 19 is 241,162.
What Neighborhoods are in Assembly District 19?
Assembly District 19 encompasses the Marina, Inner Richmond, Outer Richmond, Inner Sunset, Outer Sunset, Lakeview, West of Twin Peaks, West Portal, Lake Merced, Crocker Amazon, Outer Mission, Excelsior, and Ingleside neighborhoods of San Francisco along with Daly City, Broadmoor and Colma in San Mateo County.
What Universities are in Assembly District 19?
San Francisco State University, University of San Francisco, University of California San Francisco, and City College of San Francisco are all in Assembly District 19.
When is the Election Day for Assembly District 19?
The primaries for Assembly District 19 are on June 5th. The General election between the top two candidates (regardless of party) is on Nov 6, 2012.
When do I have to register to vote in order to vote on June 5 or November 6?
The last day to register to vote for the June 5th primary is May 21st and the last day to register for the November 6th General Election is October 22nd. If you live in San Francisco County, you can learn how to register to voter here. If you live in San Mateo County, click here.