Saturday, May 8, 2021

Tag: Sanders

The Agenda, June 27-July 4: Why Kim really won, helping victims of the Mission fire …

  The supporters of Sup. Scott Wiener are trying to downplay the stunning victory of Sup Jane Kim in the primary of their state Senate race, explaining that Kim’s narrow...

Kim edges Wiener in SF as fall campaigns start to shape up

The results of the June election got a bit sharper today, with Jane Kim now passing Scott Wiener in the San Francisco results for state Senate – and the...

Election results updated: What the numbers mean

Elections in San Francisco don’t end on Election Night, and while progressives are celebrating, there were still 78,000 more votes to count as of this morning. That will end...

The lessons of the June 7 election

There are three critical lessons to draw from the election results tonight, and all of them are very good news for the San Francisco left. One: Despite all the money...

Election night: What the turnout will tell

When Bernie Sanders spoke in the Mission yesterday, he insisted that this election will be all about turnout. If turnout is high, Sanders will win; if it’s low, Clinton...

Bernie Sanders speaks in the Mission — but doesn’t endorse Reform Slate for DCCC

Bernie Sanders visited the Mission District today on the eve of the California primary, and called for his supporters to remake the Democratic Party from the bottom up and...

The Agenda, June 6-12, 2016: Key vote on Airbnb, Election Day partying ….

So the San Francisco Chronicle can’t bring itself to issue an endorsement in the presidential primary. That’s pretty astonishing for a big-city newspaper in the middle of what could...

Bernie comes to East Oakland — with Jane Kim — and talks about police killings and affordable housing

Bernie Sanders came to East Oakland today, showing up where few presidential candidates ever do, at a church where the Black Panthers once served free breakfast in a part...

Bernie comes to SF to support hotel workers

Bernie Sanders showed up today to support the hotel workers boycotting the Le Meridien, and while it was supposed to be a surprise, by 4pm every activist in town...

Why allowing more housing makes property more expensive

Fred Sherburn-Zimmer, director of the Housing Rights Committee, stood on the steps of City Hall yesterday morning and explained why allowing the free market to set local housing policy...