November 2020 Endorsements

The District 11 Democratic Club is excited to announce our November 2020 endorsements. A special thanks to our partner, The D11 Council, for working with us on the Town Hall. We had a record number of participants at both the Town Hall and voters for our endorsement meeting. Thanks to all members who participated in the process!
Our endorsements are as follows:

Candidates

  • President/VP:  Joe Biden/Kamala Harris
  • US Congressional District 12: Nancy Pelosi
  • US Congressional District 14:  Jackie Speier
  • CA Senate District 11: Jackie Fielder
  • CA Assembly District 17:  David Chiu
  • CA Assembly District 19:  Phil Ting
  • District 11 Supervisor:  John Avalos
  • City College Board: Alan Wong, Shannell Williams, Tom Temprano, Han Zou
  • School Board:  Kevine Boggess, Mark Sanchez, Alida Fisher
  • Bart Board, District 9:  Bevan Dufty

 

Local Propositions

  • Prop A: Health and Homelessness, Parks, and Streets Bond: YES
  • Prop B: Public Works Commission, Department of Sanitation and Streets, and Sanitation and Streets Commission: YES
  • Prop C: Removing Citizenship Requirements for Members of City Bodies: YES
  • Prop D: Sheriff Oversight Commission: YES
  • Prop E: Police Staffing Levels: YES
  • Prop F: Business Tax Overhaul: YES
  • Prop G: Youth Voting in Local Elections: YES 
  • Prop H: Neighborhood Commercial Districts and City Permitting: YES 
  • Prop I: Real Estate Transfer Tax: YES  
  • Prop J: Parcel Tax for San Francisco Unified School District: YES 
  • Prop K: Affordable Housing Authorization – Social Housing: YES 
  • Prop L: Business Tax Based on Comparison of Top Executives’ Pay to Employees’ Pay: YES 

 

Regional Measures

  • Measure RR: Caltrain sales tax: YES 

 

State Measures

  • Prop 14: Borrowing for STEM Cell Research: YES
  • Prop 15: Schools and Communities First: YES
  • Prop 16: Repeals Proposition 209, ending the ban on affirmative action: YES
  • Prop 17: Free the Vote, grants the right to vote to people on parole: YES 
  • Prop 18: Allows 17-year olds to vote, if they turn 18 by the general election: YES 
  • Prop 19: Property Tax Breaks and Wildfire Fund: YES 
  • Prop 20: Tougher on parole, property crimes: NO
  • Prop 21: Rent Control: YES  
  • Prop 22: Repeals AB 5, classifies ride-hail, other app-drivers as self-employed: NO  
  • Prop 23: Regulates dialysis clinics: YES 
  • Prop 24: Stronger consumer privacy laws: NO  
  • Prop 25: End Cash Bail: YES 

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