Some San Francisco political stereotypes will never change. The Mission and Haight remain liberal even by local standards, whereas St. Francis Wood, Sea Cliff and parts of the Marina and Pacific Heights make up the city's most conservative pockets.
But there are some changes in the political winds. Most notably, the southeast quadrant of the city - including Bayview-Hunters Point, the Outer Mission, Visitacion Valley and the Excelsior - is voting much more conservatively than it did just a few years ago.
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