Nov 4, 2015 · 1 minute

You may remember last week, Pando reported that Ron Conway [disclosure: a Pando investor] had sent an email to his hundreds of SF-based portfolio CEOs, strongly “suggesting” how they should vote in the city’s municipal elections.

More than that, he also asked the CEOs to prompt their employees to cast their ballots the same way.

One cause particularly close to Conway’s heart was the defeat of Proposition F, which would increase the restrictions on Aibnb rentals in San Francisco. Of course, Conway himself is an Airbnb investor.

So with the votes mostly in, and mostly tallied, how did Conway’s voting machine of techies and their workers fare? Let's break down the results... (I've helpfully bolded any of Ron's preferred ballot items that weren't succesful.)

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Ron’s choice: “Ed Lee Mayor in all 3 choices (rank choice voting)”

Result: Ed Lee re-elected.

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Ron’s choice:  Vicki Hennessy  Sheriff  in all 3 choices (rank choice voting)

Result: Vicki Hennessy wins.

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Ron’s choice:  Alex Randolph  Member, Community College Board

Result: Alex Randolph wins.

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Ron’s Choice: If you live in District 3 in SF vote FOR Julie Christensen in all 3 choices (rank choice voting)

Result: Julie Christensen defeated by Aaron Peskin!

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Ron’s choice:  Measure A -- VOTE YES

Result: YES!

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Ron’s choice:  Measure B --  VOTE YES

Result: YES!

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Ron’s choice:  Measure C -- VOTE YES

Result: YES!

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Ron’s choice:  Measure D --  VOTE YES

Result: YES!

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Ron’s choice: Measure E -- VOTE NO

Result: NO!

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Ron’s choice: Measure F -- VOTE NO

Result: NO!

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Ron’s choice:  Measure G -- VOTE NO

Result: NO!

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Measure H -- Clean Energy Right to Know Act -- VOTE YES

Result: YES!

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Ron’s choice: Measure I -- VOTE NO

Result: No!

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Measure J -- VOTE YES

Result: Yes!

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Ron’s choice: Measure K -- VOTE YES

Result: Yes!

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Ron wins14/15!