SF Free Press Tuesday, November 8, 1994
3rd Edition * Last updated at 7:25 p.m. on Tues, Nov 8, 1994 * San Francisco, CA

Election 94

Early state reports show slightly higher turnout than expected; online results; and more

Prop 187 comes under tidal wave of last-minute criticism

Once comfortably ahead in public opinion polls, ballot measure's support has dropped precipitously and passage is less-than-certain; its key defender is calling for a return of the bracero program to fill low-wage jobs

Russian extremist not so extreme in San Francisco

Zhirinovsky plays it cool, says he wants "brotherhood with the West"

More News

AP workers go on byline strike; Caen, Morse, other Chron/Ex columnists threaten to quit; first step towards "public power" in San Francisco


Kathleen Brown for Governor; the SF Free Press election endorsement guide


Rob Morse: Possessions of the Dispossessed; Debra Saunders: The Phobic Decade

Your Letters

Arts & Features

Mick LaSalle on life among the Clerks; channel surfing with Joyce Millman

Sporting Gray

The Warriors warmed up for their home opener by signing holdout rookie Carlos Rogers to a nine-year contract; plus Scott Ostler, Ray Ratto, Bruce Jenkins, C.W. Nevius, Glenn Dickey, and lots of 49ers and NFL news.

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