Aug 10, 2016 — Norman & Kim HQ openings, Will & Willie Show, Supe campaigns in full swing
Upcoming Events — see the full calendar for detailed info
Norman D7 – HQ Grand Opening Sat, 13 August 2016 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm 1601 Ocean Ave @Capitol Ave
Grand opening celebration and neighborhood walk
Norman Yee for District 7 Supervisor http://normanyee.com
Kim D11 – Campaign Office Grand Opening Sun, 14 August 2016 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 4458 Mission St. @ Excelsior Ave
Come join the People Power Kick Off and Mobilization for Kim Alvarenga for District 11 Supervisor http://kimalvarenga.com
Cultural performances, light refreshments, music, and guest speakers!
It’s The Will & Willie 2016 Election Special #2, and you’re invited. Comedian Will Durst & SF pol Willie Brown. FREE admission to our TV/Radio Show live performance. Our dynamic duo is fresh from the National Conventions with the insider Presidential Info.
See the full calendar for detailed event info.
A rundown of 2016 SF Supe races by Randy Shaw of BeyondChron. Does campaign cash make a difference?
Marina Times editor Susan Dyer Reynolds nails Airbnb.
Aaron’s op-ed “Doing our j-o-b” in the August Marina Times.
Team Jane trounces Team Scott at Pokemon Go.
Ever wonder who’s voting for Trump? Look at this map from Nate Silver and hover your cursor over the red states. They tend to run about 95–5 for Trump, nearly the opposite for blue states. Select at the upper left for three different prediction models.
The campaign teams are well-organized and enjoyable to work with. You’ll meet campaign manager Chelsea in D1 for Sandra Fewer, Angeles in D9 for Hillary Ronen, and Emily in D11 for Kim Alvarenga. Jane Kim’s State Senate campaign is run by Charles and Davi, and often coordinates with the Supe campaigns. Get out in the field and meet the candidates and campaign staffs, all hard workers and the best sort of folks!
Put in an hour or two, once each week — check the calendar and help one of the campaigns with voter outreach.
Do this even if the candidate is not in your Supervisor District. The key to success in November is for everyone in Our City to get out and talk to voters.
Nov 8 Election Events full calendar — Campaign events and volunteer opportunities.
How we win in November
One factor in progressives’ success in the recent DCCC election for control of the SF Democratic Party was a cohesive Reform Slate of candidates. The following candidates are the likely progressive slate of Supervisors for the November 8 election. Learn more about them and donate to their campaigns.
Likely progressive slate of Supervisor candidates for Nov 8 election
* Progressive candidates running to fill termed-out Supervisor seats.
I – incumbent
Other citywide offices for Nov 8 election
More at Nov 8 General Election