Vote Yes

Nov 2020 John Avalos

San Francisco Board of Supervisors District 11

Avalos is running for the Supervisor seat he previously served from 2008-2016. During his time as a Supervisor and Budget Chair, Avalos did a superb job protecting vital social programs during the 2009 recession, and kept the District affordable for its diverse families. The incumbent’s pro-luxury development agenda for the last 4 years has resulted in a big war chest from real estate developers and the District becoming unaffordable for many residents. We strongly endorse Avalos!

Lost with 46.9%

Prop L – Business Tax Based on Comparison of Top Executive’s Pay to Employees’ Pay (November 2020)

San Francisco Local Measure
If a CEO is paying themselves 100 times the salary of their average employee, it’s time they gave back. This measure will raise a gross reciepts tax o…

Prop K – Affordable Housing Authorization (November 2020)

San Francisco Local Measure
A city acquiring, constructing, or rahabilitating affordable housing needs to be approved by voters- voting yes allows San Francisco the opportunity t…

Prop J – Parcel Tax for San Francisco Unified School District (November 2020)

San Francisco Local Measure
This measure funds living wages for teachers and expands technology programs for students, while redirecting, not raising, parcel taxes.

Prop I – Real Estate Transfer Tax (November 2020)

San Francisco Local Measure
When someone- usually a giant corporation- sells a property for more than $10 million, they’ll be asked to contribute a little more toward emergency r…

Prop H – Neighborhood Commercial Districts and City Permitting (November 2020)

San Francisco Local Measure
In the wake of the enormous challenges posed to small businesses by the pandemic, this measure would streamline permitting and allow flexibility to ke…