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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

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Tagged with: Scott Wiener

Voting for the future direction of the California Democratic Party

Competing slates vie for roles as party delegates; ballots are in the mail and the in-person elections are this weekend.

Politics, 2023: The budget crisis, housing, the mayor’s race, criminal justice ….

... and will this be the year that the Yimby narrative finally falls apart? Our projections.

Why are we still fighting over harm reduction in SF?

Feinstein resisted AIDS-era needle exchanges, now Breed rejects proven safe injection sites. We can't incarcerate our way out of crisis

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.

The big (and sometimes pretty strange) money trying to buy Tuesday’s elections

The big money coming into the SF elections is, as usual, a tangled web, with state and local committees funded by Big Tech and...

Grassroots Democrats denounce PAC that helped get Haney elected to Assembly

Govern for California is anti-labor, anti-teacher, anti-single-payer, and pro-Matt Haney. Now county committees around the state are telling Democrats not to take the money.

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.

Are yimbys the new progressives? Only in a bizarre Wonderland

The supporters of the 'build-at-all-costs' position ignore a half-century of history and the realities of the modern housing market

Here’s the most important data in the new report on homelessness in SF

A massive failure of housing policy, at the state and local level, is behind this ongoing crisis.

No, San Francisco is not riven by a left vs. left ideological split

This old story is back, and it's still wrong: There are real, serious issues between the progressives and the corporate power structure