What Is My SF DCCC District? Here’s A DCCC District Map

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The only thing more confusing than figuring out who to vote for in the DCCC election is figuring out what your district is for the DCCC election. Here’s how to find your SF DCCC district for the March 3, 2020 San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee elections that have an astonishing 56 candidates running to organize operations of the San Francisco Democratic Party.

San Francisco voters are in either District 17 and District 19. The Google Map below shows the SF DCCC district boundaries.

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Your DCCC district is determined by your state assembly district. If David Chiu is your assemblyperson, you are in District 17. If Phil Ting is your assemblyperson, you are in District 19. 

It’s basically an “East side, West side” designation, but in reality it’s a little more complicated than that. District 19 goes almost all the way down to San Bruno, District 17 also includes Treasure Island.

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If you’re in the northern part of town, the division goes from down Van Ness Avenue, west on California Street, south on Steiner, west on Fulton, south on Stanyan, around the USCF Parnassus campus, down 7th Avenue/Laguna Honda Boulevard, and around Twin Peaks and Mount Davidson. In the southern part of town, it’s the city border, then up Mission Street to 1-280. Daly City and Colma are pretty much all District 19.

Or you can find your SF DCCC district by entering your address on the Find Your California Representative website. It will appear in the green field as a State Assembly District listing.

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