October 12th, 2016: The November Elections in SF and Beyond – How the Voters Stand to Change the Balance of Power at City Hall

An urbanIDEA and San Francisco Vision community forum

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 | 6-8pm

Mission Neighborhood Center | 362 Capp Street, San Francisco


Isabelle Yiu, Sing Tao Daily

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, San Francisco Examiner

Julie Levak-Madding, VanishingSF

Sana Saleem, 48 Hills

Moderated by: 

Rose Aguilar, Your Call, KALW

This event is FREE.  Please pre-register here.  

This November, San Franciscans will elect a majority of the Board of Supervisors and decide on a series of ballot measures that could create a new commission for housing and development, change the way vacancies are filled on the Board, transfer more power over Muni to the district supervisors, and elect a new state senator.

Join us for a conversation with local journalists as they discuss how the outcomes of this November’s ballot will affect the city’s future.

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With support from our partners:
University of San Francisco, School of Urban Affairs
48 Hills

Photo Credit: FunCheapSF.

View a printable flyer for this event: Oct. 12th Forum Flyer