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rsvped +1 for SF D11 DEMS Holiday Party 12/3/17 2017-11-12 20:54:50 -0800

SF D11 DEMS Holiday Party 12/3/17

 

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Join us for our annual holiday party - mingle with other Democrats and plan for an eventful election year in 2018. This year we are hosting a sweet event for our members and friends: a hot chocolate bar complete with marshmallows, whipped cream, sprinkles, caramels, chocolate chips, peppermint candies and other fun mix-ins. Also featured are cakes, cookies, and other tasty treats. Adult and children's beverages will be available.

The Ingleside Police Community Room at 1 Sgt. Frank V. Young Drive in Balboa Park is all decorated for the holidays. Please RSVP so we can plan for plenty of goodies. There will also be a raffle and a door prize. 

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WHEN
December 03, 2017 at 2pm
WHERE
Inglside Station Community Room
1 Sgt Frank V Young Dr
San Francisco, CA 94112
United States
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published Endorsements for 11/8/16 in Home 2016-10-11 23:18:10 -0700

Proposition Endorsements for General Election 11/8/16

S.F. D11 Democratic Club 
Endorsements for November 8, 2016

Thank you to all the members who turned out to our candidate endorsement meeting on Wednesday 9-14-16. 

San Francisco Propositions

SAN FRANCISCO PROPOSITIONS        

YES on A            School Bonds for SFUSD*                                                                      

YES on B            City College Parcel Tax*                                   

YES on C            Loans to Finance Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing*                                    

YES on D            Vacancy Appointments                                    

YES on E            Responsibility for Maintaining Street Trees and Surrounding Sidewalks *                                   

YES on F            Youth Voting in Local Elections*                                   

YES on G            Police Oversight*                                    

YES on H            Public Advocate                              

  YES on I            Funding for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities*                                  

 YES on J            Funding for Homelessness and Transportation*                                  

YES on K            General Sales Tax*                                    

YES on L            MTA Appointments and Budget*                                    

YES on M           Housing and Development Commission                                 

YES on N            Non-Citizen Voting in School Board Elections*                                    

    No on O            Office Development in Candlestick Point and Hunters Point                           

    No on P             Competitive Bidding for Affordable Housing Projects on City-Owned Property                                   

     No on Q            Prohibiting Tents on Public Sidewalks                       

     No on R            Neighborhood Crime Unit

YES on S            Allocation of Hotel Tax Funds*                       

YES on T            Restricting Gifts and Campaign Contributions from Lobbyists *                           

   No on U            Affordable Housing Requirements for Market-Rate Development Projects                                   

YES on V            Tax on Distributing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages*                                    

YES on W           Real Estate Transfer Tax on Properties Over $5 Million*                       

YES on X            Preserving Space for Neighborhood Arts, Small Businesses and Community Services in Certain Neighborhoods *                                 

YES on RR         BART Safety, Reliability and Traffic Relief

                                     

 

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITIONS        

No Endorsement on 51            School Bonds Funding for K-12 & Community College Facilities                                   

                   YES on 52            Medi-Cal Hospital Fee*                                   

                         No on 53            Statewide Voter Approval for Revenue Bonds                                    

                         No on 54            Special Interest Legislation                                    

                    YES on 55            Tax Extension to Fund Education & Healthcare*      


SF D11 Dems Endorsement General Election 2016

S.F. D11 Democratic Club Endorsements for November 8, 2016

Thank you to all the members who turned out to our candidate endorsement meeting on Saturday 9-10-16.
There will be a proposition endorsement meeting on 9-14-16 at Henry's Hunan. RSVP here. 
Candidates listed below met or 
exceeded the 60% threshold for endorsement.

President and Vice President of the U.S.: 

Hilary  Clinton & Tim Kaine 

 

U.S. Senator: 

Kamala Harris

 

U.S. House of Representatives, D12: 

Nancy Pelosi

 

U.S. House of Representatives, D14: 

Jackie Speier

 

CA State Senator: 

Jane Kim

 

CA Assemblymember, D17:

David Chiu

 

CA Assemblymember, D19:

Phil Ting

 

S.F. District 11 Supervisor: 

Kim Alvarenga

 

S.F. Board of Education (4): 

Stevon Cook, Matt Haney, Rachel Norton, Mark Sanchez

 

S.F. City College Board (4): 

Rafael Mandelman, Tom Temprano, Shanell Williams 

 

BART Board, D9: 

Bevan Dufty

 


published Eboard Endorsements for Nov. 8, 2016 in Endorsements 2016-08-29 14:00:10 -0700

Eboard Endorsements for Nov. 8, 2016

Eboard Recommendations for Nov. 8, 2016

 

San Francisco Propositions:

Yes Prop A: School Bonds
Yes Prop B: City College Parcel Tax
Yes Prop C: Loans to Finance Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing (General Obligation Bond)
No Recommendation Prop D: Vacancy Appointments
Yes Prop E: Responsibility for Maintaining Street Trees and Surrounding Sidewalks
Yes Prop F: Youth Voting in Local Elections
Yes Prop G: Police Oversight

No Recommendation

Prop H: Public Advocate
Yes Prop I: Funding for Seniors and Adults With Disabilities (AKA Dignity Fund)
Yes Prop J: Funding for Homelessness and Transportation
Yes Prop K: General Sales Tax
Yes Prop L: MTA Appointments and Budget
No Recommendation Prop M: Housing Development Commission
Yes Prop N: Non-Citizens Voting in School Board Elections
No Prop O: Office Development in Candlestick Point and Hunters Point
No Prop P:Competitive Bidding for Affordable Housing Projects on City-Owned Property
No Prop Q: Prohibiting Tents on Public Sidewalks
No Prop R: Neighborhood Crime Unit
Yes Prop S: Allocation of Hotel Tax Funds
Yes Prop T: Restricting Gifts and Campaign Contributions from Lobbyists
No Prop U: Affordable Housing Requirements for Market Rate Development Projects
Yes Prop V: Tax on Distributing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages
Yes Prop W: Real Estate Transfer Tax on Properties Over $5 Million (Free City College)
Yes Prop X: Preserving Space for Neighborhood Arts, Small Businesses and Community Services in Certain Neighborhoods
No Recommendation Prop RR: BART Safety, Reliability and Traffic Relief

 

Candidates:

President: Hilary Rodham Clinton

U.S. Senator: Kamala Harris

House of Representatives, D12: Nancy Pelosi

House of Representatives, D14: Jackie Speier

State Senator: Jane Kim

District 11 Supervisor: Kim Alvarenga

Board of Education: Stevon Cook, Matt Haney, Rachel Norton, Mark Sanchez

City College Board: Rafael Mandelman, Alex Randolph, Shanell Williams, Tom Temprano

BART Board: Bevan Dufty


published Endorsement Questionaires in Endorsements 2016-08-28 00:09:13 -0700

Endorsement Questionaires

Candidate Questionnaires listed by Office in alpha order:

California State Senate:

Jane Kim      Scott Wiener

California Superior Court Judge:

Paul Henderson   Victor Hwang

Supervisorial, District 11

Kimberly Alvarenga    Magdalena De Guzman    Ahsha Safai      

School Board:

Stevon Cook   Matt Haney   Rob Gellar  Ian Kalin  Phil Kim   Trevor McNeil  Rachel Norton   Mark Sanchez  Jill Wynns   

City College Board:

Amy Bacharach   Rafael Mandelman   Alex Randolph   Tom Temprano   Shannell Williams

BART Board:

District 9:  Gwyneth Borden   Bevan Dufty  Michael Petrelis

 

 


published 2016 General Election in Endorsements 2016-08-22 23:24:18 -0700

2016 General Election

 

 

 

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Important Information about our General Election Endorsement Process 

     If you are a candidate for office in San Francisco  and your contact information is listed with the San Francisco Department of Elections and you are registered with the Democratic Party, you should have already received an invitation to our Eboard interviews on August 27 or 28. If you did not receive a scheduled time, please contact issues@sfd11dems.com. A copy of the candidate questionnaire can be downloaded here.

If you are a supporter or opponent of a proposition on the San Francisco ballot (this includes State propositions)  and your contact information is listed with the San Francisco Department of Elections, you should have already received an invitation to our Eboard interviews on August 27 or 28. If you did not receive a scheduled time, please contact issues@sfd11dems.com

 


published 2016 endorsment meetings 9-10-16 & 9-14-16 in Home 2016-08-22 19:46:29 -0700

2016 Endorsment Meetings 9-10-16 & 9-14-16

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Membership Endorsement Meetings

  • Saturday, September 10, 2016, 11:30 - 2:30 Candidate Forum co-sponsored with the D11 Council
  • Saturday, September 10, 2016, 2:30 - 4:30pm for all Candidate Endorsements 
  • Wednesday, September  14, 2016, 6:30 - 9:30pm for all Proposition Endorsements
   

With plenty of candidates and over 40 propositions on the ballot, we had to expand to TWO big endorsement meetings in September. Everyone is welcome to attend as there are a lot of important propositions on the ballot

The SF D11 Democratic Club is co-sponsoring a candidate forum with the D11 Council from 11:30 to 2:30. Local candidates for the State Senate, Judge and D11 Supervisor Race have been invited. The location is the Crocker Amazon Clubhouse on Moscow at Italy. Check the calendar for more info

Our candidate endorsement meeting will commence immediately after the forum. The S.F. District 11 Democratic Club will also invite the candidates for School board and City College board. While it might seem like a long day, this process is very important to the future of our District. Of course, there will be plenty of food to keep our energy up for these very  important decisions.  Please RSVP here. The candidate endorsement meeting is also at the Crocker Amazon Clubhouse. 

The propositions will be presented, discussed and voted on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at the venerable Henry Hunan's Restaurant at 4753 Mission Street. We will provide summary sheets describing the propositions and speakers on some of the major ones. Please RSVP hereAgain, it sounds like a long night but with a little political fellowship and a lot of noodles, you will emerge an educated voter!

Regular dues-paying members are eligible to vote on endorsements. Regular members can pay their dues on the spot to be eligible to vote on endorsements. New members who joined and paid dues 30 days ago or more are eligible to vote. All members of the community are invited to attend.

 

 


published 17th Annual Dinner and Auction in Home 2016-05-29 14:21:50 -0700


published 2016 Primary Endorsements in Endorsements 2016-04-01 21:09:47 -0700

2016 Primary Endorsements

INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES:
Our upcoming Eboard Endorsement Meetings will be held in the Community Room at the Ingleside Police Station on April 2 and 3.  Please save the dates.  Once you have submitted your SFD11Dems Questionnaire we will ask you to sign up for a time slot. The deadline is Friday, March 25th at midnight (12am).
Please send the completed questionnaire to info@sfd11dems.com as a PDF Document.
The Membership Endorsement meeting is April 13, 2016. Please feel free to attend and bring your literature. 
The results will be posted on the home page and the endorsements page of the SFD11Dems website after the meeting.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please email president@sfd11dems.com.

published Endorsements 2016-04-01 20:48:23 -0700

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Membership

Join the San Francisco District 11 Democratic Club

D11facebook-profile3.pngYou can join the S.F. District 11 Democratic club or renew your existing membership from this page. There are two types of membership, Regular and Associate. Membership, dues, and voting privileges are documented in full in the Club's Constitution and Bylaws.  To become a member, follow these steps:

  1. Download the application form, complete it, save it and send to info@sfd11dems.com
  2. Pay the appropriate dues as listed below.

Dues: All members, Regular and Associate, shall pay the following dues per year:

  1. $20.00 for an individual;
  2. $25.00 for a couple;
  3. $10.00 for an individual who is 65 years or older or youth under 21 years of age.
  4. $15.00 for a couple, at least one of whom is 65 years or older.

Membership Term: The membership year is the same as the calendar year.

Regular membership Regular membership is open to residents of San Francisco Supervisorial District 11 who are registered Democrats according to the official registration in the published precinct files issued by the Registrar of Voters of San Francisco City & County. 

Additional categories of Regular Membership:

Membership is open to any District 11 residents of at least 17 years of age who declare their intention to register as Democrats when eligible and do so within one month of attaining their 18th birthday. 

District 11 residents in the process of naturalization who declare their intentions to register as Democrats and do so within one month after attaining legal status, shall be eligible for membership in the Club.

Continuing Members are those Regular members in good standing in the prior calendar year.

Associate Membership is open to Registered Democrats who are not residents of District 11

 


published Calendar 2016-03-23 20:42:46 -0700

Upcoming events

This calendar provides info on relevant events to the members and followers of the San Francisco District 11 Democratic Club.


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