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Politics

Oh, politics. For many San Franciscans, politics is a love-hate relationship, and as our own Leader Pelosi says, “If you don’t fight, you can’t win.”

We need elected officials who will be advocates for those who can’t fight for themselves – who will champion policies and programs that make San Francisco better. Here at Reset San Francisco, our growing community is organizing – both online and offline – to keep our politicians accountable. And since it’s an election year, we’ll be following the local races and ballot measures. Stay turned.

Support Universal Access to Free and Open Internet
2 weeks ago

Support Universal Access to Free and Open Internet

By  •  Politics, Reset Petitions, Tech

Assemblymember Phil Ting has said it all along: Access to the Internet is a universal right.

On November 10, President Obama made a public statement calling for the FCC to …
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Prop. 47: California’s Big Step Towards Prison Reform
2 weeks ago

Prop. 47: California’s Big Step Towards Prison Reform

On Election Day last Tuesday, California became the largest state to widely defelonize drug use; a step many see as an important step in California’s criminal justice reform.

California Proposition …
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Make a Plan to Vote on Tuesday, November 4!
3 weeks ago

Make a Plan to Vote on Tuesday, November 4!

By  •  Better Government, Politics

Election Day is tomorrow and San Franciscans will vote on a variety of local and statewide issues and candidates. The results of this election will greatly effect our city and state, …
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President Obama: You’ll miss the traffic when he’s gone
1 month ago

President Obama: You’ll miss the traffic when he’s gone

By  •  Politics, Transportation

They call the Bay Area the Democratic Party’s “political ATM,” and President Obama has made frequent visits to stock up on campaign funds. But for those of us who can’t …
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L.A.’s Wage Increase Ripples in the Bay
2 months ago

L.A.’s Wage Increase Ripples in the Bay

Last week, the Los Angeles City Council voted 12 to 3 to increase the minimum wage for hotel workers to $15.37 an hour; a move that may affect cities throughout …
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National Voter Registration Day!
2 months ago

National Voter Registration Day!

By  •  Better Government, Politics

Today is National Voter Registration Day where city leaders across the country are encouraging residents to get registered!

Guess what! You can now register to vote online – AND in …
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