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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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Elections

Fall ballot measures will test the mayor and her allies

Who is going to oppose taxes on Amazon and on vacant apartments?

The Constitution is the problem, not the solution

The political system has evolved into an Oligarchy and a New Confederacy wants control; nothing in the founding document will stop them.

It’s official: Honey Mahogany is challenging the mayor’s appointee in District 6

Campaign kickoff sets the stage for a tough campaign in a new and different district that was once a progressive stronghold.

Initiative would tax Amazon et al. to fund SF guaranteed income program

Early polling shows strong support for the concept.

Two misleading anti-Boudin ads are going to hit local TV this week

The allegations that the DA ignores domestic violence and car break-ins don't add up.

The district gerrymander is back—and looks like the final supes map

A map the community could live with is rejected, and replaced with one that favors conservatives and allies of the mayor.

Final, final, deadline for supes map is Thursday—unless it isn’t

City attorney says Task Force has to approve lines; various others talk about lawsuits.

Real-estate industry, Yimbys, and Breed win a victory in state Assembly race

After changing his politics to run to the right, Haney wins; what does this mean for the progressive movement?

What to watch for in the Assembly election

When to get results, how to read the early numbers—and what it all means.

Redistricting process could change, dramatically, in Friday meeting

The entire redistricting process was thrown into an uproar yesterday, as the Elections Commission set a special meeting for Friday/8 to decide if it...

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