November 6, 2018 Endorsements


UPDATE 10/13/18: Here are PDFs of the print version of our voter guide in black and teal, made for 11x17" paper.

The San Francisco League of Pissed Off Voters members voted to endorse the following candidates and props for the November 2018 election. Stay tuned for our full, unabridged Pissed Off Voter Guide with all of our analysis! And you can see the candidates' responses to our questionnaire here.

Local Races

  • Board of Supervisors, District 2: No Endorsement
  • Board of Supervisors, District 4: Gordon Mar
  • Board of Supervisors, District 6: Matt Haney
  • Board of Supervisors, District 8: Rafael Mandelman
  • Board of Supervisors, District 10: #1 Tony Kelly #2 Uzuri Pease-Greene
  • Board of Education: Alison Collins, Gabriela Lopez, Faauuga Moliga
  • Community College Board: Brigitte Davila, John Rizzo, Thea Selby
  • Public Defender: Jeff Adachi
  • Assessor-Recorder: Paul Bellar
  • BART Board, District 8: Janice Li

Local Propositions

  • Prop A: $425M Bond to Rebuild the Seawall: YES
  • Prop B: Privacy First Policy: YES
  • Prop C: Our City Our Home! Tax Large Businesses to Fund Homeless Housing and Services: YES
  • Prop D: Tax on Cannabis and on Non-SF Companies that Sell Stuff Here: YES
  • Prop E: Restore the Hotel Tax Allocation for Arts and Culture: YES

Federal Races

  • U.S. Senator: Kevin de León
  • U.S. Congress, District 12: No Endorsement
  • U.S. Congress, District 14: Jackie Speier

State Races

  • Governor: No Endorsement
  • Lieutenant Governor: Ed Hernandez
  • Secretary of State: Alex Padilla
  • Controller: Betty Yee
  • State Treasurer: Fiona Ma
  • Attorney General: Xavier Becerra
  • Insurance Commissioner: Ricardo Lara
  • State Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony Thurmond
  • Board of Equalization, District 2: Malia Cohen
  • State Assembly, Districts 17: No Endorsement
  • State Assembly, Districts 19: Phil Ting

State Propositions

  • Prop 1: $4B Bond for Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond: YES
  • Prop 2: Allow Previous Bond Money to Be Used for Homeless Housing: YES
  • Prop 3: $8.9B Bond for Water Projects: YES
  • Prop 4: $1.5B Bond for Children’s Hospitals: YES
  • Prop 5: Expand Prop 13 for Property Owners: NO
  • Prop 6: Eliminate Gas Tax: NO
  • Prop 7: Eliminate Daylight Saving Time: YES
  • Prop 8: Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Charges: YES
  • Prop 9: Stupid Vanity Prop to Divide CA in Thirds: KICKED OFF THE BALLOT!
  • Prop 10: Repeal Costa Hawkins! Allow Expansion of Rent Control! YES
  • Prop 11: Require Private Ambulances to Remain on Call During Work Breaks: NO
  • Prop 12: New Standards for Confinement of Farm Animals: YES


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