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Jane Kim

for State Senate

Sandra Lee Fewer

for District 1 Supervisor

Aaron Peskin

for District 3 Supervisor

Dean Preston

for District 5 Supervisor

Norman Yee

for District 7 Supervisor

Hillary Ronen

for District 9 Supervisor

Kimberly Alvarenga

for District 11 Supervisor

November 8, 2016 Election Endorsements

Affordable Housing Alliance: Voter Guide for Renters

This election, vote “YES” on these crucial measures and candidates to help make San Francisco more affordable and protect our rent-controlled housing.

Jane Kim for State Senate

The leader we trust to fight for affordable housing as our State Senator.

Sandra Lee Fewer for District 1 Supervisor

The real deal for renters and the Richmond District

Aaron Peskin for District 3 Supervisor

San Francisco's foremost legislative leader on affordable housing and protecting neighborhoods

Dean Preston for District 5 Supervisor

Helped save rent control in California and will be a powerful fighter for renters at City Hall

Norman Yee for District 7 Supervisor

Strongest affordable advocate ever from District 7

Hillary Ronen for District 9 Supervisor

Civil-rights leader with an impressive record of fighting for housing and the community

Kimberly Alvarenga for District 11 Supervisor

Fighting for affordable house, public education and workers' rights

No on Prop V

Regressive, not progressive. Will raise the price of groceries and force low-income San Franciscans to pay millions in additional taxes.

Yes on Prop O

Speeds new affordable housing, jobs and parks already approved by San Francisco voters to revitalize Hunters Point Shipyard.

Yes on Prop A

Fixes and strengthens our public schools for a healthy, safe learning environment.

Yes on Prop C

Save affordable housing with no new taxes!

Yes on Prop H

Independent watchdog to hold bureaucrats, politicians, and special interests accountable.

Yes on Prop M

Streamline affordable housing, stop backroom deals.

No on Props P & U

A realtors’ scam that will raise rents, increase evictions and eliminate low-income housing.

Yes on Prop S

Without raising any new taxes, Prop S will restore funding for arts and culture and work to end family homelessness.

Yes on Prop W

Raise taxes on sales of property worth $5 million or more to help fund vital city services, including making City College free again.

Yes on Prop X

Protects the best of San Francisco’s artists, non-profits and small businesses by ensuring they have affordable office space.

Candidates

State Senate
Jane Kim
State Assembly
David Chiu
State Assembly
Phil Ting
Superior Court Judge Seat 7
Victor Hwang
Supervisor
District 1
Sandra Lee Fewer
Supervisor
District 3
Aaron Peskin
Supervisor
District 5
Dean Preston
Supervisor
District 7
Norman Yee
Supervisor
District 9
Hillary Ronen
Supervisor
District 11
Kimberly Alvarenga
Board of Education
Stevon Cook
Board of Education
Matthew Haney
Board of Education
Rachel Norton
Board of Education
Mark Sanchez
Community College Board
Rafael Mandelman
Community College Board
Tom Temprano
Community College Board
Shanell Williams
Community College Board
Alex Randolph
BART Board District 7
Lateefah Simon
BART Board District 9
Bevan Dufty

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Propositions

Proposition A
Yes
Fix and Strengthen San Francisco Schools
Proposition B
Yes
Save City College
Proposition C
Yes
Save Affordable Housing
Proposition D
Yes
Democratic Elections for Vacancies
Proposition E
Yes
City Responsibility for Street Trees
Proposition F
Yes
Youth Voting in Local Elections
Proposition G
Yes
Police Oversight
Proposition H
Yes
Keep 'em Honest: San Francisco Public Advocate
Proposition I
Yes
Dignity Fund for Seniors
Proposition J
Yes
Homelessness and Transit Funds
Proposition K
Yes
General Sales Tax
Proposition L
Yes
Less Gridlock, Better MUNI
Proposition M
Yes
Sunshine for Housing
Proposition N
Yes
Non-Citizen Parent Voting
Proposition O
Yes
For Jobs, Housing and Parks Now
Proposition PandU
No
Developer Giveaway$ That Take Away Affordable Housing
Proposition Q
No
Housing, Not Politics
Proposition R
No
Criminalizes Homelessness
Proposition S
Yes
Save Our Arts and Families
Proposition T
Yes
Restrict Lobbyist Gifts
Proposition V
No
Enough is Enough: Don't tax our groceries!
Proposition W
Yes
Fair Share for Free City College and Stronger Services
Proposition X
Yes
Protect the Best of San Francisco
Proposition RR
Yes
BART Bond
Proposition 51
Yes
State Proposition: School Bonds
Proposition 52
Yes
State Proposition: Medi-Cal Services
Proposition 53
No
State Proposition: Revenue Bond Bureaucracy
Proposition 54
No
State Proposition: Legislative Bureaucracy
Proposition 55
Yes
State Proposition: Fund Education and Health Care
Proposition 56
Yes
State Proposition: Cigarette Tax
Proposition 57
Yes
State Proposition: Criminal Sentencing Reform
Proposition 58
Yes
State Proposition: English Proficiency
Proposition 59
Yes
State Proposition: Overturn Citizens United
Proposition 60
No
State Proposition: Adult Films
Proposition 61
Yes
State Proposition: State Prescription Drug Purchases
Proposition 62
Yes
State Proposition: Repeal the Death Penalty
Proposition 63
Yes
State Proposition: Firearms and Ammunition Sales Restrictions
Proposition 64
Yes
State Proposition: Marijuana Legalization
Proposition 65
No
State Proposition: Carryout Bags
Proposition 66
No
State Proposition: Strengthen Death Penalty
Proposition 67
Yes
State Proposition: Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags

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