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Tagged with: GOP

The Nancy Pelosi factor in SF politics

It appears the GOP will take the House. If Pelosi then steps down, which she probably will, SF will see a mad political scramble for that seat.

Screen Grabs: At American Indian Film Fest, remembering the Alcatraz occupation

Plus: Doc Stories highlights Jerry Brown's disruptions, sweeping Georgian cinema series, Animation Show of Shows

Unpacking the political framing of the Board of Education elections

What is 'performative politics' anyway, and why do the conservatives keep talking about it?

On Supreme Court, liberals have one job to do—and they’re not doing it

Expanding the court is our only hope. Why are so many progressive groups and leaders sitting on their hands?

Gavin Newsom cares more about his political future than people dying of drug overdoses

The only reason he vetoed a life-saving bill: He wants to run for president. Why are we surprised?

Stopping evictions in the Western Addition

Plus: Housing nonsense in the Tenderloin, a Berniecrats art show—and who will replace Nancy Pelosi? That's The Agenda for Aug. 15-21

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.

Haney raised big money from anti-labor group

Govern For California, run by a former GOP advisor and co-founded by Ron Conway, sent $122,000 to Haney for Assembly in what some say is a dubious scheme

The Supreme Court loses all legitimacy—and so does the US Senate

And why are SF pols so willing to take money from the people who empowered Trump and McConnell and doomed Roe v. Wade?

What the Boudin recall does—and doesn’t—mean for SF politics

Low turnout, a deeply warped media narrative, and right-wing billionaire money framed a very conservative outcome. That's the real story.