Nov. 2014 Endorsements

For the November 4, 2014 Consolidated General Election, the San Francisco Democratic Party made the following endorsements at its regular meeting on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. To see how DCCC members voted and read more about public debate on the endorsements, download the...

PDF icon August 13, 2014 DCCC Meeting Minutes


Local Candidate Endorsements

Completed candidate questionnaires for the following endorsed candidates (as well as for competing non-endorsed candidates) are available below.

  • 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
  • BART Board, District 8: No endorsement

Local Measures Endorsed

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

Statewide Measure Considered for Endorsement

The SFDCCC also voted on whether to endorse of one California initiative ballot measure, which is eligible for the San Francisco Democratic Party's endorsement. In general, the California Democratic Party considers and votes on whether to endorse or reject statewide measures. However, if the state party takes "No Position" on a statewide proposition, Article VII, §5.0 of the S.F. Democratic Party's Policies and Procedures Manual provides that "the local Party is free to take a position if it so chooses." As a result, the S.F. DCCC voted on whether to endorse the following statewide measure. 

  • No endorsement on Proposition 46: Drug and Alcohol Testing of Doctors; Medical Negligence Lawsuits; Initiative Statute

November 2014 Candidate Questionnaires  

The following candidates submitted completed questionnaires in order to be considered for the San Francisco Democratic Party's endorsement for the November 2014 election:

Assessor-Recorder

BART Board (District 8)

Board of Education

Board of Supervisors (District 2)

Board of Supervisors (District 4)

Board of Supervisors (District 6)

Board of Supervisors (District 8)

Board of Supervisors (District 10)

Community College Board (2-year seat)

Community College Board (4-year seat)

Public Defender

 

 

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