It’s going to be a free-for-all come June.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the city’s mayoral race is wide open, with acting Mayor London Breed, former state Sen. Mark Leno and Supervisor Jane Kim running neck and neck, a new poll shows.
None of the three candidates, however, is setting the electoral world on fire. Leno and Breed were the top pick of only 15 percent of the voters surveyed, and Kim came in with 12 percent.
Former Supervisor Angela Alioto polled 4 percent in the survey, as did City Attorney Dennis Herrera,who said Tuesday that he had decided not to run.
Half those polled hadn’t made up their mind whom they’ll vote for June 5.