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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.

City Legislation Making Single-Occupancy Restrooms Gender Neutral Wins Support
1 month ago

City Legislation Making Single-Occupancy Restrooms Gender Neutral Wins Support

Legislation that would increase access to gender-neutral restrooms in San Francisco was approved in committee today with broad support.

The legislation, introduced by Supervisor David Campos in January, would …
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Legislation Requiring SF Companies to Offer Fully Paid Parental Leave Moves Forward
1 month ago

Legislation Requiring SF Companies to Offer Fully Paid Parental Leave Moves Forward

Legislation that would require San Francisco companies to provide fully paid parental leave to employees was approved in committee today and will go before the full Board of Supervisors next …
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Wednesday News and Election Roundup
6 months ago

Wednesday News and Election Roundup

By  •  News, Politics

District 3 Supervisor

Aaron Peskin appears to have come out ahead of Julie Christensen in the San Francisco race for District 3 supervisor in Tuesday’s election, according to complete …
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TODAY IS ELECTION DAY IN SAN FRANCISCO
6 months ago

TODAY IS ELECTION DAY IN SAN FRANCISCO

By  •  Better Government, Events, News

Today is Election Day in San Francisco, do you know what’s on the ballot and where you can vote? San Franciscans have the opportunity to vote for several candidates and take a …
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San Diego Politicians, Take Note: More Potholes Mean Fewer Votes
9 months ago

San Diego Politicians, Take Note: More Potholes Mean Fewer Votes

Interesting read by Liam Dillon and Voice of San Diego. Check it out below:

San Diego’s streets are bad and have been bad for a while. But do voters …
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SFGate: Legislators Take Aim at Proposition 13 Loophole
10 months ago

SFGate: Legislators Take Aim at Proposition 13 Loophole

By  •  Better Government, Politics, Tax Reform

By Melody Gutierrez

San Francisco Assemblyman Phil Ting calls it one of the most vexing issues in the state Capitol, a loophole in California’s Proposition 13 that allows commercial property …
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