Early voting began Tuesday in San Francisco, and with a crowded field of 16 candidates, voters have a lot of research to do in picking their mayor. We review the major issues in the race, assess the candidates and discuss the impact of ranked-choice voting.

Corey Cook, assistant professor of politics at the University of San Francisco and director of the Leo McCarthy Center for Public Services and the Common Good.
Rachel Gordon, City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Julia McEvoy, senior editor for KQED News.

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