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Tagged with: Elections

SF cops want to let robots shoot people, but supes will be dubious

Plus: A sad little demolition in the Richmond and what it means. The mystery of John Arntz. And why I don't shop on Black Friday. That's The Agenda for Nov. 28 to Dec. 4

The latest results: The Yimby housing measure is falling even further behind

The voters are rejecting the idea that 'streamlining' market-rate development will help the housing crisis.

The SF Election isn’t over

More than 100,000 votes are yet to be counted. In close races, this could matter.

Ads for Yimby measure not just misleading but illegal, complaint says

Filing argues that use of city seal implies wrongly that the Fire Department or its workers support the Yimby-backed and tech-bro-funded housing measure.

With sizable crowd and endorsements, Hamasaki formally files for district attorney

Candidate directly takes on Breed, corruption, and corporate power as 'sprint' to November begins

Jenkins faces serious challenge as Hamasaki announces run for DA

Former police commissioner with strong community ties says Breed's appointed incumbent is failing the city.

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.

Money talks and bullshit walks

The election outcome was first and foremost a victory of massive campaign spending.

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.