By Ryan Dennis I ring home once a week. The structure of these calls follows a predictable pattern: starting with family gossip, then whatever they did that week, then sports, then weather, then politics. My parents are Democrats in an upstate county that registers two-to-one Republican. Complaining about Trump on
I bet you think you’re pretty well educated about politics. You can probably name most of the Dems who’ve already announced they’re running in 2020 but can you explain what gerrymandering is? What about ‘cloture’? Or ‘quorum’? Politics is more than just the names on the ballot. It’s also the
We’ve all imagined that if we were politicians things would be different, right? They’d be better. But, let’s be honest, do you know how to get on the ballot? How to raise money? How to draft legislation? There’s a reason why so many politicians hold the same office for years.
First off, as the staff writer who puts these guides together, I’d like to apologize for completely missing these since I usually keep an eye out for judges. To be fair, though, the California Secretary of State’s office and San Francisco Department of Elections didn’t exactly make this specific part
Seeing as the incredibly important Midterm Election is less than a month away we figured it was time to put out our voter guide help you decide who and what to vote for on Tuesday, November 6th 2018. Absentee ballots should be hitting your mailboxes any minute so you can look
So, unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the last couple days, you are fully aware that comedian Michelle Wolf was the featured act for The White House Correspondents Dinner. Michelle Wolf is an extremely funny comic that got her breakout on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and
There is no simple way to describe Shahid Buttar. He’s the son of Muslim refugees, a civil rights lawyer, an activist, a grassroots organizer, a DJ, a spoken word artist, a writer, a musician and music producer, among other things. Running as a candidate for San Francisco’s 12th District is