SF Rising Action Fund’s March 5th, 2024 Primary Election Voter Guide (In 4 languages!)

By March 5th, 2024, San Francisco voters will be deciding on critical issues such as housing, policing, and public assistance. We are thrilled to share our ballot measure endorsements with you. You can view our online searchable voter guide here.

When election time comes around, SF Rising Action Fund gets together with our member caucuses and leadership committee to determine who and what on the ballot will best serve the needs of everyday, working people. Too often, what we see on the ballot would instead maintain the status quo, prioritizing police, big corporations, developers, and politicians who only care about staying in power.

We believe our endorsements reflected in this voter guide are the best chance we have at getting San Francisco closer to a place where everyone has housing, our communities do not have to endure the harm of harsh policing, and anyone who needs it can access public assistance — regardless of their struggle with substance use.

We’re here to make a lasting impact. Supporting these measures will help create the change we want to see at the local and state level. So bookmark our voter guide now for when your ballot comes in the mail. Ballots drop on Tuesday, Feb 5th!

And be sure to register to vote for the primary election on March 5th, 2024, or check your voter registration status to make sure it’s up to date with your current address!

Want to see progressive endorsements for various counties throughout the Bay? Check out Bay Rising Action’s 2024 Bay Area progressive voter guide!

English Voter Guide

Spanish Voter Guide

Chinese Voter Guide

Tagalog Voter Guide

PROP A: Create a $300 million affordable housing bond (March 2024)

Proposition A would allow San Francisco to authorize $300 million in bonds to construct, develop, acquire, and/or rehabilitate housing, including work…

PROP B: Increase minimum of SFPD staffing (March 2024)

Proposition B would require the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to have a minimum number of staff, create a fund for police recruitment, allow…

PROP C: Remove tax on office buildings converted to homes (March 2024)

Proposition C would exempt (free) properties from paying a real estate transfer tax the first time commercial property is converted to residential use…

PROP D: Strengthen ethics laws for elected officials (March 2024)

Proposition D would further restrict the amount of gifts that city employees and officers can receive in San Francisco and require more reporting of g…

PROP E: Weaken police accountability and expand surveillance (March 2024)

Proposition E would eliminate the requirement for San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) officers to report incidents where force was used, allow SFPD…