The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office will receive a final map changing the City’s supervisorial districts and, with their approval, it will perhaps end the contentious public meetings.
On Saturday, Nov. 7, the final votes were tallied and it was announced that Connie Chan won the general election to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. She will represent District 1, replacing outgoing Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, who chose not to run for reelection.
The race to replace Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee in District 7 is heating up, as five major candidates have raised a total of more than $350,000 one month ahead of the election.
District 1 Supervisor candidate Amanda Inocencio writes a message to voters.
All five candidates who are running to become the Richmond District’s next supervisor took part in a virtual candidates forum on May 6 to pitch their vision of how the neighborhood can best tackle its most pressing problems.
The word is out – Sandra Fewer, District 1 supervisor and outspoken champion of the Richmond District, will not seek a second term in office.
A moment of jubilance for an election victory quickly soured after a video clip of Richmond District Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer cursing the San Francisco Police Officers Association (POA) during the celebration of Chesa Boudin’s upset win in the City’s district attorney race went viral.
Paul Kozakiewicz, former publisher and editor of the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers, was recognized by the SF Board of Supervisors for his 30-year career in local journalism.
San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar has authored a resolution opposing Senator Scott Wiener’s senate bill (SB-50) which would increase zoning density and heights across most of San Francisco without increasing requirements for affordable housing or community benefits unless it is amended to address broad concerns from community members and affordable housing developers.
After several weeks of sorting ballots, the SF Department of Elections released its final results on Nov. 27, certifying that Gordon Mar would be the new District 4 supervisor.
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My name is Tuan Nguyen, a Sunset native, and I am running for District 4 supervisor. I look forward to meeting you throughout the campaign. I have built lasting relationships with Sunset/Parkside families, small businesses and ethnic communities over the […]
Our municipal elections are, by law, non-partisan. No party affiliation appears next to names on the ballot, but our “non-partisan” elections are famously not so. Elite special interests pour millions of dollars into the war chests of their preferred […]
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