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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.

Show of Hands
1 month ago

Show of Hands

By  •  Politics, Tech

By: Mahmoud Abunie

Blogs, Facebook, and Twitter have given politicians and campaigns new ways to learn about and connect with voters in the U.S. Now, with the help of Show …
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Dozens Of Immigrants’ Rights Activists Encircle Bus At USCIS Office
11 months ago

Dozens Of Immigrants’ Rights Activists Encircle Bus At USCIS Office

By  •  Politics

Dozens of protesters have surrounded a bus believed to be filled with immigrants slated for deportation at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in San Francisco, a protest organizer …
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What You Can Learn from Public/Private Partnerships

By  •  Politics

3 lessons from what powerful partnerships can create.

Open Data Makes for Sound Economic Policy
1 year ago

Open Data Makes for Sound Economic Policy

By  •  Politics

By: Jordan Kranzler

We’ve made it very clear before that open data brings accountability and transparency to San Francisco government, but those aren’t the only reasons to increase access to …
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SF Gets New Chief Information Officer
1 year ago

SF Gets New Chief Information Officer

By  •  Politics

By: Jordan Kranzler

Earlier this year, San Francisco Chief Information Officer Jon Walton stepped down in order to become the CIO of San Mateo County. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee quickly …
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Remember To Vote Vote Vote!
2 years ago

Remember To Vote Vote Vote!

By  •  Politics

UPDATE: It is now too late to mail your vote-by-mail/absentee ballot for the November 2012 Election. Please return your ballots to any polling place in your county.

Election Day is …
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