Endorsements for Primary Election 6/5/18


Check out our Endorsement Results for the Primary Election

on June 5, 2018


Thanks to all the candidates and the speakers on measures, both pro & con, for participating in our endorsement process. Our voting went a few rounds and involved some extremely close votes. Ultimately, the following candidates made the 60% cut. The measures had to pass a threshold of 50% + to receive an endorsement. 
Mark Leno
Judicial Candidates:
Maria Evangalista, Nicky Solis, Phoenix Streets, Kwixuan Malouf
State Bd. of Equalization:
Malia Cohen
U.S. Congresional, District 12:
Nancy Pelosi
U.S. Congresional, District 14: 
Jackie Speier
California State Assembly, District 14:
David Chiu
California State Assembly, District 19:
Phil Ting
Regional Measure 3: NO
Measure A: YES
Measure B: NO
Measure C: YES
Measure D: NO
Measure E: YES
Measure F: YES
Measure G: NO
Measure H: NO
Measure I: NO
We will endorse a Senate candidate and other statewide offices, including governor in September 2018 for the November 2018 General Election. 

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


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




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*      

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