The November Elections in SF -- And Beyond: How the Voters Stand to Change the Balance of Power at City Hall
This November, San Franciscans will elect a majority of the Board of Supervisors and decide on a series of ballot measures that could create a new commission for housing and development, change the way vacancies are filled on the Board, transfer more power over Muni to the district supervisors, and elect a new state senator.
Join us for a discussion with local journalists as they talk about how the outcomes of this November's ballot will affect the city's future.
Rose Aguilar, Your Call, KALW
Isabelle Yiu, Sing Tao Daily
Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, The San Francisco Examiner
Julie Levak-Madding, VanishingSF
Sana Saleem, 48 Hills
This event is FREE.
A Community Forum Presented by San Francisco Vision (SFV) and the Urban Institute for Development and Economic Alternatives (urbanIDEA)
Along with our partners:
The USF Graduate Program in Urban Affairs
48 Hills Media
Mission Neighborhood Centers Auditorium (View)
362 Capp Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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