It’s safe to say that the midterms brought out a lot of first-timers. First-time voters and first-time candidates. Whether it was because of Trump, #metoo or any of the other multitude of reasons, the political novices were motivated and ready. Many of these first-time candidates were backed by small, local
This has come to me by way of the Democratic Socialists of America: San Francisco. Stay updated on this by RSVPing to the Facebook event. Join the in-person efforts to stop the California Public Utilities Commission from sheltering PG&E from their criminal liability and negligence at their upcoming meeting in
If this happens it is really serious and shows that Trump feels he is above the law. This is literally how dictatorships start.
Guest post by Max Silver Disclaimer: The author of this article is not Filipino. He is a white man from San Francisco. While this story focuses on the acts of Admiral George Dewey of the U.S. Navy, figures such as Emilio Aguinaldo and Apolinario Mabini are also mentioned. Their perspectives are
Guest post by Chad McDingleberry: Chief Visionary of mySight San Francisco, you’re far too beautiful for the depressing and uncomfortable blight of homelessness. Tents blocking the path of my scooter? Rude. Human feces on the street? Blech. Death and addiction at our doorsteps? Gross. People keep throwing ideas and solutions around that
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
As you know by now, the Midterm Elections are nearly upon us and we are quite literally battling the forces of evil to save our country and the world. That is not hyperbole. To be victorious the Democrats are going to have to take a number of congressional seats from
Primarily researched and written by Stephen Torres with help from Stuart Schuffman. 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