March 5th, 2024 Presidential Primary

Prop E is likely to pass

June 19, 2024
Although there are about 98,500 uncounted ballots, it looks like Prop E will pass by majority vote of the approximately 46% San Francisco vo…

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Judge Patrick Thompson (March 2024)

San Francisco Superior Court
Right-wing forces in and outside our city are looking to weaponize our city’s problem to push their political agenda of more police, more gentrificati…

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Judge Michael Isaku Begert (March 2024)

San Francisco Superior Court
Right-wing forces in and outside our city are looking to weaponize our city’s problem to push their political agenda of more police, more gentrificati…

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

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

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Vote No

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

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

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Vote No

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

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

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