Early voting for the June 3 Primary Election has begun and absentee voters are starting to receive ballots in the mail. San Francisco voters will decide on two initiatives that will shape the future landscape and resiliency of San Francisco. “We encourage voters to take a moment and consider what will be best for San Francisco, and that includes supporting Proposition A and defeating Proposition B,” said Chamber President & CEO Bob Linscheid. Early voting is available at the Department of Elections office on the ground floor of City Hall Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will also be early voting on the weekends of May 24 & 25 and May 31 & June 1. Click here to view the Chamber’s Voting Guide and take it to the polls.