13. octubre 2015 · Comments Off en VOTO! · Categorías:Sus derechos

San Francisco is at a turning point, and this election could lay the groundwork for us to take back our city! Make sure your coworkers know how to cut through the mailers and misinformation this election season and vote for a better city for working people.

Register to vote by Tuesday, octubre 19!
Vote by mail or in person by Tuesday, Noviembre 3!

¿Dónde puedo votar? How do I vote?

All eligible San Franciscans can vote at the City Hall Voting Center beginning 29 days before each election. Voting hours are from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, De 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. the last two weekends before the election, and Election Day from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

For specific dates and deadlines for the upcoming election, see Important Dates and Deadlines.

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Mayor: Ranked Choice

1. Francisco Herrera

2. Amy Farah-Weiss

Supervisor District 3: Aaron Peskin

Sheriff: Ross Mirkarimi


City College Board: Tom Temprano

Local Ballot Propositions

UN

Housing Bond

No position. The bond will provide $310 million for affordable housing. It requires a 2/3 vote. SEIU 1021 took a NO POSITION because of the negative impacts on contracting out of work.

B – YES

Paid Parental Leave for City Workers

Allows both parents, when both work for the City, to take the maximum allowable paid parental leave.

C – NO

Expenditure Lobbyists

This measure would interfere with our advocacy for worker issues and force disclosure of bargaining positions during contract negotiations.

D – YES

Mission Rock Development

40% Affordable Housing

E – NO

Requirements for Public Meetings

Unfairly advantages companies with money to prepare video testimony

F – YES

Short Term Residential Rentals

Allow the City to enforce regulations on ad-hoc hotels

G – NO

Disclosures Regarding Renewable Energy

This measure was introduced before Measure H. Measure H is the compromise between all parties.

H – YES

Defining Clean, Green, and Renewable Energy

Supports renewable energy plans in SF.

IYES

Suspension of Market-Rate Development in the Mission District

Support sustainable, affordable development

JYES

Legacy Business Historic Preservation Fund

Support small, local business owners

KYES

Surplus Public Lands

Prioritize affordable housing when the City sells property

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