In the final episode in our series of interviews with the candidates running for state senate, current State Senator Scott Wiener discusses his legislative record.
San Francisco Proposition E would restrict office construction in years when the city did not meet its goals for affordable housing construction, as is often the case.
If you are a registered democrat living in San Francisco, your ballot for the March election is likely to be long because there are more than 50 candidates running to fill 24 seats on the Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC), the governing body of the local Democratic Party.
As part of a “Civic” series of interviews with candidates for the state Senate seat currently held by Scott Wiener, Jackie Fielder describes her platform and shares insight into her background.
As part of Civic’s series of interviews with candidates for the state Senate seat currently held by Scott Wiener, Erin Smith tells her story and lays out where she stands on policy issues.
The upcoming March 3 vote will be a primary election, the first since 2018 when a new law moved California primaries from June to March.
“Civic” talks with Uzuri Pease-Greene, executive director of C.A.R.E., Community Awareness Resources Entity, which helps promote safety for public housing residents.