The #1 thing you can do to fix SF
The SF Democratic Party needs new leadership
If you want to get San Francisco on the right track, the #1 thing you can do today is make sure you can vote in an election you may have never heard of: the SF DCCC.
Are you a registered Democrat? Visit the California Secretary of State website to check your voter registration and update your address. Remember: every voter gets a vote-by-mail ballot.
Not a Democrat? Only registered Democrats can vote for the DCCC. If you’re not a registered Democrat, you are unable to vote in this critical election that’s usually determined by only a few votes. If you want to re-register as a Democrat, visit RegisterSF.org for help on how to do it.
Why is this so important? A lot of SF voters turn to the SF Democratic Party voter guide to help navigate our long ballot. But here’s the problem: their endorsements are made by the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee, or “DCCC.” The DCCC is currently controlled by old-school SF political insiders who use it to protect their interests and favored candidates.
Luckily, on March 5, 2024, the entire DCCC is up for election. If we win just a few seats, the SF Democratic Party will likely endorse common sense candidates, not narrow political interests.
So make sure you’re a registered Democrat, and keep an eye out for the GrowSF voter guide next year.