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Endorsements

ENDC is not just a Democratic club, we firmly believe in the value of a robust democracy. We believe that only a government by the people and for the people can be a legitimate representation of our communal aspirations and the key to fulfilling our humanity. We have dedicated our club activities to engaging voters and increasing voter turnout in districts 3, 6, and 10. To ensure our members understand what's on their ballot and how that can affect our city, ENDC researches each candidate and ballot measure and comes up with a list of endorsements.

November 2024 Primary Election

Coming Soon!

March 2024 Primary Election

National Candidates

President

Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

 

House of Representatives District 11

Nancy Pelosi

State Candidates

State Senate District 11

Scott Wiener

 

Assembly District 17   

Matt Haney

 

Assembly District 19

Catherine Stefani

State Propositions

YES on Prop 1 – Behavioral Health Services Program

and Bond Measure

San Francisco

Democratic County Central Committee

Assembly District 17

Emma Heiken

Lily Ho

Cedric Akbar 

Carrie Barnes 

Michael Lai 

Laurance Lee
Peter Lee 
Trevor Chandler

Nancy Tung 

Lyn Werbach
Joe Sangirardi 
Luis Zamora 
Matt Dorsey 
Bilal Mahmood 

San Francisco

Democratic County Central Committee

Assembly District 19

Parag Gupta 

Michela Alioto-Pier 

Jade Tu 

Michael Chen

Dan Calamuci
Lanier Coles 
Sara Barz 

Catherine Stefani 
Marjan Philhour
Brian Quan

San Francisco Superior Court

Judge Seat 1:

Chip Zecher

Judge Seat 13: 

Jean Myungjin Roland

San Francisco Propositions

YES on Prop A – Affordable Housing Bond

(San Francisco needs affordable housing)


NO on Prop B – Police Officer Staffing Levels Conditioned on

Amending Existing or Future Tax Funding

(Police staffing should be accounted for in the budget, not a special tax)


YES on Prop C – Real Estate Transfer Tax Exemption

and Office Space Allocation

(Helps to transform downtown from empty offices into a vibrant urban community)


No Position on Prop D – Changes to Local Ethics Laws

(Nothing to add)
 

YES on Prop E – Police Department Policies and Procedures

(We want a police force that will solve and prevent crimes. This supports them)

 

YES on Prop F – Illegal Substance Dependence Screening

and Treatment for Recipients of City Public Assistance 

(A common sense law that gets people off drugs and back into society)


YES on Prop G – Offering Algebra 1 to Eighth Graders

(Sends a message to SFUSD that we take S.T.E.M. education seriously)

Ballot Education Town Hall

Candidate Questionnaire

The March 2024 election will be here before you know it. Do you know what’s on the ballot?

Please watch the video clips from our Ballot Education Town Hall:

SF DCCC Candidate Debates

Assembly District 17

SF Democrats for Change
Labor and Working Families

Assembly District 19

SF Democrats for Change
Labor and Working Families

Superior Court Judges Debates

Seat 1

Michael Begert
Chip Zecher 

Seat 13

Jean Roland
Patrick Thompson

City Propositions

Prop A - Affordable Housing Bond

Prop C -Real Estate Transfer Tax Exemption and Office

Space Allocation

Prop E - Police Department Policies and Procedures

Prop B - Police Officer Staffing Levels Conditioned on Future Tax Funding

Prop D - Changes to Local Ethics Laws 

Prop F - Illegal Substance Dependence Screening

and Treatment 

Prop G - Offering Algebra 1 to Eighth Graders

State Propositions

Prop 1 - Behavioral Health Services Program and Bond Measure

To find out some basic information about each candidate running for the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee (SF DCCC), we sent out a one-page questionnaire to put them on record for some positions they have taken in the past few years. We hope this helps our members better understand what to expect when they vote for the future committee members of the SF DCCC. 

Assembly District 17

Assembly District 19

* Endorsement Rules:

 1. To endorse a candidate or a position on a proposition, our endorsement threshold is 55% of the qualified voting members. For contests with more than one open position, the candidates receiving the highest number of votes for the number of open positions will receive the endorsement.
2. For this election, to be a qualified voting member, you must be a registered
Democrat living in Districts 3, 6 or 10, paid your dues and attended three qualifying meetings in the past 12 months.

3. The Club shall take a position of “No Recommendation” if a candidate or measure fails to meet the requirements for endorsement. 

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