t’s time for a new democracy. Politicians buy and sell their influence like commodities on the stock market; back-room deals and empty rhetoric dominate government, and it is the everyday people, people like you and me, who suffer. It’s time to open up government and create a participatory democracy that empowers every man, woman, and child to have an active voice in planning our city’s future. read more »
On October 31st thousands of revelers will flock to the Castro for the historical Halloween celebration, but as most city residents are already aware, this year’s Halloween in the Castro has officially been cancelled. It’s uncertain whether those coming to visit ever received the memo and how many will choose to ignore it, but this Friday, October 26, at 5:00PM the 2007 mayoral candidates will be gathering at Harvey Milk Plaza (Castro MUNI Station) to participate in their 11th debate as the 2007 Mayoral Candidates Collaborative. read more »
Please join me tomorrow, October 23, at Live Worms Gallery (1345 Grant Ave.), for a campaign fund raiser. Mark Schwartz will be reading his poetry, and an eclectic selection of artwork will be available for sale. I will be speaking about the campaign, and I hope you'll consider joining me. It all starts off at 8PM and goes to midnight.
Wine and snacks will be served, and we'd appreciate a $2-$20 donation though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Hope to see you there!
In the city of San Francisco, a dozen people are running for mayor of San Francisco. I am one of them. Most of us are serious candidates pushing real issues and innovative solutions to the city's problems though you might not think so reading the local newspapers or watching the television. read more »
Questionnaire for candidates for the office of Mayor
General Election, November 6, 2007 read more »
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In 3 lines or less please describe your homeless policy if elected? read more »
The League of Young Voters (also known as the League of Pissed Off Voters) is a national organization that supports young people to build power and solve problems in our communities. In San Francisco, we have a list of 3,500 young voters including City College, San Francisco State University, and public high school students, as well as young San Francisco residents recently out of college. We have an active volunteer base read more »