Vote for an Affordable, Livable San Francisco! SF COPE Endorsements

Find out about meetings of the SF Committee on Political Education and come share your voice and perspective

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Jane Kim

State Senate District 11: Jane Kim

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Supervisor District 1: Sandra Lee Fewer

Supervisor District 3: Aaron Peskin

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Supervisor District 7: Norman Yee

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Supervisor District 9: Hilary Ronen

Kimberly Alvarenga

Supervisor District 11: Kimberly Alvarenga

Lateefah Simon

BART Board District 7: Lateefah Simon

Bevan Dufty

BART Board District 9: Bevan Dufty

SFUSD Board of Education
Vote for all four

Rachel Norton


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Stevon Cook

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Matt Haney

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Mark Sanchez

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City College Board of Trustees
Vote for all four

Tom Temprano

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Alex Randolph

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Rafael Mandelman

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Amy Bacharach

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Local Ballot Propositions

A – YES

SFUSD Bond

B – YES

City College Parcel Tax Extension

C – YES

Loans for Affordable Housing

D – YES

Special Elections for Vacant Supervisor Seats

E – YES

City Maintenance of Street Trees

F – YES

Voting for 16 and 17-year-olds in Local Elections

G – YES

Police Accountability

H – YES

Public Advocate

I – YES

Dignity Fund

J – NO

Set-Aside for Transportation

K

General Sales Tax – No Position

L – YES

MTA Appointments and Budget

M – NO

Housing Commission

N – YES

A Voice for Immigrant Parents in School Board Elections

O – NO

Offices Before Housing in Candlestick

P – NO

Make it Harder to Build Affordable Housing

Q – NO

Tent Ban with No Added Housing

R – NO

Neighborhood Crime Units

S – YES

Hotel Tax for Homelessness and Arts

T – YES

Restrictions on Lobbyists

U – NO

Raise Income Limit on Affordable Housing

V

Soda Tax – No Position

W – YES

Mansion Tax for Free City College

State Ballot Measures

53 – NO

Restrictions on Infrastructure Funding

Make it harder and slower for the state to raise money to build or repair schools, hospitals, and public works.

55 – YES

Invest in our Children and Communities

Protect our public schools, healthcare system and other vital services from returning to the days of massive tuition hikes, layoffs and budget cuts.

56 – Yes

Tobacco Tax

Keep our children from smoking and improve health care, reduce tobacco-related healthcare costs, and save lives.

57 – YES

Give Youth and Nonviolent Offenders a Fair Path to Rehabilitation

Restore the role of rehabilitation in California’s justice system, resulting in greater public safety.

58 – YES

Strengthen Language Skills for All Students With Dual Language Immersion

Help students learn English as quickly as possible and expands opportunities for English speakers to master a second language.

61 – YES

Fight Back Against Drug Companies’ Price Gouging

Use California’s bulk-purchasing power to secure lower drug prices for prescription drugs.

62 – YES

End the Costly And Discriminatory Death Penalty System

Repeal the death penalty and replace it with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.

63 – YES

Ensure Gun Safety For All

Regulates the sale of ammunition and holds gun dealers, owners and government officials accountable for gun safety.

66 – NO

Reject a costly and reckless experiment with justice

It is confusing and poorly written; it will cost taxpayers millions, and it increases the risk that California executes an innocent person

 

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