DCCCElectionParty.pngS.F. Democratic Party's endorsements for the Nov. 2014 election

For the November 4, 2014 General Election, the San Francisco Democratic Party has endorsed the following candidates for local offices:

  • Assessor-Recorder: Carmen Chu
  • Public Defender: Jeff Adachi
  • S.F. Superior Court Judge, Seat 20: Daniel Flores
  • Board of Supervisors, District 2: Mark Farrell
  • Board of Supervisors, District 4: Katy Tang
  • Board of Supervisors, District 6: Jane Kim
  • Board of Supervisors, District 8: Scott Wiener
  • Board of Supervisors, District 10: Malia Cohen
  • Board of Education (three seats): Trevor McNeil; Emily Murase; Shamann Walton
  • Community College Board (2-year term, one seat): Amy Bacharach
  • Community College Board (4-year term, three seats): Anita Grier, Rodrigo Santos, Thea Selby

Local Measures Endorsed

In addition, the S.F. Democratic Party considered local ballot measures, and recommended the following endorsements (note: local measures are linked to PDFs of the official text on the San Francisco Department of Election’s website):

  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition A: Transportation and Road Improvement (Bond)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition B: Population-Based Adjustment to General Fund Appropriation to Transportation Fund (Charter Amendment)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition C: Children and Youth Fund; Public Education Enrichment Fund; Our Children, Our Families Council; Rainy Day Reserves (Charter Amendment)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition D: Retiree Health Benefits for Former Redevelopment Agency and Successor Agency Employee (Charter Amendment)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition E: Business and Tax Regulation Code—Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages to Fund Food and Health Programs (Ordinance)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition F: Pier 70 Development Site Height Limit Increase (Ordinance)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition G: Business and Tax Regulations Code—Surtax on Transfers of Residential Real Property Within Five Years of a Prior Transfer (Ordinance)
  • NO on PDF Icon - external link Proposition H: Requiring Certain Athletic Fields in Golden Gate Park to be Maintained as Natural Grass (Ordinance)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition I: Park Code—Children’s Playgrounds, Walking Trails, Athletic Fields (Ordinance)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition J: Administrative Code—Minimum Wage (Ordinance)
  • YES on PDF Icon - external link Proposition K: Affordable Housing Goals (Declaration of Policy)
  • NO on PDF Icon - external link Proposition L: Policy Regarding Transportation Priorities in San Francisco (Declaration of Policy) 

 

Message from the S.F. Democratic Party Chair

maryjung-85px-icon.pngSan Francisco's Democratic Party has had some big accomplishments in recent months: we've been registering record numbers of Democratic voters; we've launched the hugely successful Sue Bierman Memorial Internship Program; we've boasted an impressive win-rate for our endorsed candidates and ballot measures; and we've made our efforts count for our fellow Democrats on a statewide level. But with November's election fast approaching, California will play a key role to Democratic hopes to regain control of the U.S. House. The 2014 midterms are critically important -- and San Francisco's Democratic Party is lending its support (as usual) to be a part of the victory. I hope we can count on you to join us in making a difference for the Democratic values we share!

 

Mary Jung
S.F. Democratic Party Chair


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