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cwlcks
When the city throws away all your belongings and gives you a cot for 30 days, they call it a "resolution" pic.twitter.com/IhLQEWh4kV

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davidcnswanson
If you'll now praise Bush, how bad will things have to get in the future for you to praise Trump? Or do you have limits?

Retweeted 23 hours ago

ACLU
The city of Dickinson, Texas is requiring people applying for Hurricane Harvey aid to promise not to boycott Israel… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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pdquick1
Do you get it yet, progressives? The Dems don't want you. twitter.com/ninaturner/sta…

Retweeted 2 days ago

cynthiamckinney
It's true, folks. One has to pledge not to boycott Israel in order to get funding to rebuild your home. ci.dickinson.tx.us/documentcenter…

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TenantsUnionSF
@LondonBreedSF @savemidtown @SFCity_Hall holds meeting about demoing hundreds of homes & their Supervisor nor staff… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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zabethsue
Chariot is on the agenda for the SFMTA today. Demand fair market charges: MTABoard@sfmta.org. sfexaminer.com/regulate-chari…

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SFGreenParty
They still continue to spam us with ads for fake taxis, though. #deleteUber #deleteLyft twitter.com/katienotopoulo…

5 days ago

AngryBerner
#MondayMotivation Even the Hindenburg needed a spark to explode. Hillary's campaign had no spark. #BlameTheBerntwitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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SFGreenParty
This reminds us of the "Willie Brown endorses Bevan Dufty" signs posted by some of Eileen Hansen's dumber supporter… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

6 days ago

 

Questionnaires posted for 9/6 candidate forum

The SF Green Party will host a candidate forum this Tuesday, 9/6, from 6-9 pm--come ask questions to candidates in local races.  Our forum and endorsement meeting will take place in the Mojo Theater, on the 2nd floor of the Redstone Building, located at 2940 16th Street (between Mission and South Van Ness, 1 block from 16th St BART).  The event is open to the public and all are invited!

 

Please read candidates' answers to our questionnaires in advance, so we don't ask them questions they've already answered on the record

 

Supervisorial candidates (D1): Sandra Lee Fewer, Jason Jungreis, Jonathan Lyens

Supervisorial candidates (D3): Tim E. Donnelly

Supervisorial candidates (D5): Dean Preston

Supervisorial candidates (D7): Norman Yee

Supervisorial candidates (D9): Joshua Arce, Hillary Ronen

Supervisorial candidates (D11): Berta Hernandez

School Board candidates: Rob Geller, Matt Haney, Phil Kim, Mark Sanchez, Jill Wynns

College Board candidates: Amy Bacharach, Rafael Mandelman, Alex Randolph, Tom Temprano, Shanell Williams

BART Board candidates (D9): Bevan Dufty

 

Note that we do not currently have questionnaires for the other contests; all candidates who our active members expressed potential interest in endorsing were invited.