Our November 2022 endorsements are here!

We are so excited to announce some of our endorsements for the November 8th, 2022 General Election! 

These endorsements come after hearing from our grassroots community members, interviews with District 6 candidates, and a discussion amongst our coalition. The following endorsements will put us on a path towards a San Francisco that meets the needs of working-class people of color, during a time when many are still struggling with unemployment, homelessness, and instability. While our endorsements will not solve all of our city’s problems, electing these candidates gives us the best chance to actualize a future that uplifts people of color, low-wage workers, immigrants, and renters. Sign up to be a volunteer with SF Rising Action Fund and help us win for our communities!

For the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, we are endorsing: 

  • Gordon Mar for District 4 Supervisor
  • Honey Mahogany for District 6 Supervisor
  • Shamann Walton for District 10 Supervisor


The local ballot measures we are endorsing a YES vote on are: 

  • PROP E: Affordable Housing Production Act
  • PROP G: Student Success Fund
  • PROP H: City Elections in Even-Numbered Years
  • PROP M: Empty Homes Tax
  • PROP O: Parcel Tax for City College


The local ballot measure we are endorsing a NO vote on is:

  • PROP D: Redefine affordable housing to be more expensive

You can read more about why we made each endorsement on our new website’s voter guide!

Please stay tuned for ways to get involved in these important campaigns and sign up to be a volunteer with SF Rising Action Fund today!

Our Statement on the Results of the November 8th, 2022 Midterm Election

November 18, 2022
SF Rising Action Fund is grateful and thrilled to see that there have been many progressive victories across the country in the November Midterm Elect…

PROP A: Adjust Retiree Supplemental Cost of Living (November 2022)

San Francisco Local Measure
Costs are rising and San Francisco has always been expensive. Prop A allows city employees who retired before November 6, 1996, to receive a supplemen…

PROP B: Eliminates the Department of Sanitation and Streets and transfer its duties back to the Department of Public Works (November 2022)

San Francisco Local Measure
Prop B eliminates the Department of Sanitation and Streets and transfers its duties to the Department of Public Works and retains the Public Works Com…

PROP C: Create a Homelessness Oversight Commission (November 2022)

San Francisco Local Measure
Prop C creates a Homelessness Oversight Commission to oversee the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and require the City controller to…

PROP D: Make it harder for low-income families to qualify for affordable housing (NOVEMBER 2022)

SF Rising Action Fund endorses a NO vote on Prop D. San Francisco is already saturated with market-rate housing, with more and more working-class peop…