Nov. 2012 Endorsements

For the November 6, 2012 Consolidated General Election, the San Francisco Democratic Party made the following endorsements at its special meeting on Wednesday, August 15, 2012. To see how DCCC members voted and read more about public debate on the endorsements, download the...

 August 15, 2012 DCCC Meeting Minutes


Candidate Endorsements

  • Board of Supervisors, District 1: Eric Mar
  • Board of Supervisors, District 3: David Chiu
  • Board of Supervisors, District 5: No Endorsement
  • Board of Supervisors, District 7: FX Crowley (#1) and Norman Yee (#2)
  • Board of Supervisors, District 9: David Campos
  • Board of Supervisors, District 11: John Avalos
  • Board of Education: Sandra Fewer, Matt Haney, Rachel Norton and Jill Wynns
  • Community College Board: Natalie Berg, Chris Jackson, Rafael Mandelman and Steve Ngo
  • BART Board, District 7: Lynette Sweet
  • BART Board, District 9: Tom Radulovich 

Local Ballot Measure Endorsements

  • YES on Proposition A: City College Parcel Tax (District Measure)
  • YES on Proposition B: Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond (Bond Measure)
  • YES on Proposition C: Housing Trust Fund (Charter Amendment)
  • YES on Proposition D: Consolidating Odd-Year Municipal Elections (Charter Amendment)
  • YES on Proposition E: Gross Receipts Tax (Ordinance)
  • NO on Proposition F: Water and Environment Plan (Ordinance)
  • YES on Proposition G: Policy Opposing Corporate Personhood (Declaration of Policy)

November 2012 Candidate Questionnaires

The following candidates submitted completed questionnaires in order to be considered for the San Francisco Democratic Party's endorsement for the November 2012 election:

Board of Supervisors, District 1

Board of Supervisors, District 3

Board of Supervisors, District 5

Board of Supervisors, District 7

Board of Supervisors, District 9

Board of Supervisors, District 11

Board of Education

Community College Board

BART Board, District 7

BART Board, District 9

 

 

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