🗳️ Voting begins for the March 2024 SF election
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Ballots for the March 2024 election are arriving now. This election is very important and will affect San Francisco for years to come. It includes choosing new leaders for the SF Democratic Party and rules on police, affordable housing, and more. Click here for the full voter guide, but if you want the cheat sheet, we’ve included our endorsements below.
Election day is on March 5th, but you can mail your ballot back anytime before that day.
March 2024 GrowSF Endorsements
San Francisco Offices
Democratic County Central Committee
For the Democratic County Central Committee, the most important election on the ballot, we endorse these common-sense candidates. If you’re in Assembly District 17, use the list on the left; if you’re in Assembly District 19, use the list on the right. You can look up your district here. On your ballot, vote for all candidates listed.
Normally, judges run without any competition and they sail to victory. But now more people are paying attention and noticed that some judges uphold their own ideologies instead of the law. It's time to change that. We endorse:
Judge, Seat 1: Chip Zecher
Judge, Seat 13: Jean Myungjin Roland
YES on Proposition A: Affordable Housing Bond
NO on Proposition B: Cop Tax
YES on Proposition C: Convert Vacant Offices to Homes
YES on Proposition D: Changes to Local Ethics Laws
YES on Proposition E: Police Department Policies and Procedures
YES on Proposition F: Drug & Alcohol Treatment for City Services
YES on Proposition G: Eighth Grade Algebra and SFUSD Math Curriculum Development
State Senate, District 11: Scott Wiener
State Assembly, District 17: Matt Haney
State Assembly, District 19: Catherine Stefani
YES on Proposition 1: Behavioral Health Services Program And Bond Measure