October 8 | Plan C November Election Endorsements
This November brings another important election to San Francisco. In 2010 and 2011, moderates made significant progress at City Hall, swinging the political pendulum closer to the center. This year we again have a number of critical races in the November election, and we need your help to continue our momentum and promote common sense candidates and ballot measures.
Below are Plan C’s formal endorsements that appear in our Plan C Voter Guide. Our endorsement process is based on votes by ... | Read More >
October 1 | Nov. 6th 2012 San Francisco Ballot Measures
Below are Plan C’s formal endorsements for San Francisco’s local Ballot Measures that appear in our Plan C Voter Guide. Our endorsement process is based on votes by our members, so if you are not a member already, we encourage you to join our cause.
Prop A: City College Parcel Tax – NO
Plan C’s board recommends a NO vote. City College is a great institution and important civic asset, but it needs to solve long term structural, cost and accreditation issues ... | Read More >
Plan C publishes one of San Francisco’s most widely read moderate voter guides. Our endorsement process is based on votes by our members. The following are Plan C’s endorsements for the June 2012 election. We encourage you to support these moderate candidates and ballot measures and help common sense to win at the ballot box!
Democratic County Central Committee: -Assembly District 17- Chiu, David* Cohen, Malia Dufty, Bevan Dunning, Zoë Hinckle, Warren Katz, Leslie Rachel* Mendoza, Hydra Mondejar, Maria Marily Smith, Stuart M. (Stu) Torres, Joaguin Vasquez, Christopher Wiener, Scott*
-Assembly District 19- Anderson, Kat Fazio, Bill* Hseih, Tom* Jung, ... | Read More >
November 1 | Plan C November 8 Election Endorsements
This November brings another important election to San Francisco. In 2010, moderates made significant progress at City Hall, swinging the political pendulum closer to its stable center. This year is no different: with a crowded mayoral field and eight ballot initiatives, we need your help to continue our momentum and promote a moderate slate of candidates and ballot measures.
Below are Plan C’s formal endorsements that will appear in our Plan C Voter Guide. Please be ... | Read More >
August 7 | Moderate Wins and Election Endorsements
There is good news for San Francisco moderates – a number of proposals from the “progressive” Supervisors that were set to show up on November’s ballot have been shelved. The proposals to gut Care not Cash, prohibit fees for parks and the anti-demolition ordinance were pulled from the November ballot after a number of the supervisors withdrew their support of the initiatives. The Board of Supervisors also tabled an ill-advised change to Healthy San Francisco that would have been a ... | Read More >
August 4 | A Great Week for the Moderates
Are the progressives in retreat mode? Over the past week, we’ve witnessed some promising developments at City Hall. Last week, we saw Jane Kim and Eric Mar back away from a plan that would “gut” the Care-Not-Cash initiative. Only John Avalos is left as an outspoken supporter. You can read more about this story here.
This week, two ill-advised measures have been pulled from the upcoming election ballot. The first would have prohibited demolition of large housing developments, the other barring the ... | Read More >
We encourage you to read the official Declaration of Policy that will be on the November 2011 ballot for the Neighborhood Schools ballot measure.
January 15 | Plan C Membership Meeting January 27th
Please come to our next Plan C membership meeting on Thursday, January 27th at 6pm.
We will be joined by two of our newest supervisors – Scott Wiener, newly elected Supervisor from District 8, and Malia Cohen, newly elected from District 10. We’re very excited to have these two elected officials joining us – come hear from them and bring your questions!
Our second agenda item will be a “2011 TIC Update” from Plan C board members Lyssa Paul and Steve Adams. ... | Read More >
December 10 | TIC Voters a Factor in 2010 Supervisor Races
Tenancy-in-common (TIC) owners played a direct role in San Francisco supervisor races for the first time in the November 2010 election. These voters, typically young, first-time homeowners, have become increasingly frustrated in recent years as City Hall has done nothing to address the lengthening wait behind the condo lottery (condo conversion provides significant benefits to TIC owners, but San Francisco allows only 200 condo conversions per year – a number that is woefully inadequate). A board of supervisors ... | Read More >
December 3 | Help Influence SF’s New Interim Mayor
Plan C encourages you to take the opportunity to impact the choice of the interim mayor. Mayor Gavin Newsom has won the election as Lieutenant Governor and is scheduled to take the oath of office on January 3, 2011. The newly elected Board of Supervisors will not take office until January 8, 2011, therefore the current Board of Supervisors would have the right to select the interim mayor. This important decision has the potential to have an impact far ... | Read More >