The future of San Francisco—and the country at large—depends heavily on the November 3, 2020 election. San Francisco residents will, of course, vote for the President of the United States. And while incredibly important, that is far from the only critical decision San Francisco voters will face. There are 13 San Francisco ballot measures, six San Francisco Supervisor seats, and plenty of other local races at stake in the November 2020 election. We hope each and every San Francisco resident will exercise the full power of their political voice and vote on them all!
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To help you out, sf.citi has created several November 2020 election resources for San Francisco voters, including our November 2020 Voter Guide, our 2020 Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire, and our 2020 San Francisco District Debate Series.
sf.citi Voter Guide: November 2020 Election in San Francisco
Our November 2020 San Francisco Voter Guide is an sf.citi staple for the City’s tech industry. As in past election cycles, we offer an easy-to-digest overview of the 13 San Francisco ballot measures and an explanation of where sf.citi stands on each one. Whether you work for an sf.citi member company or not, we hope you find our recommendations helpful as you navigate San Francisco’s November 2020 election.Read Voter Guide
2020 San Francisco Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire
All six of San Francisco’s odd-numbered Supervisor seats are up for election on November 3, 2020. With over 20 candidates running, you are sure to see some new faces on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors—one of the City’s most powerful decision-making authorities—in 2021. Learn how the candidates stack up on key San Francsico issues by taking a look at our 2020 Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire.READ CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE
2020 San Francisco District Debate Event Series
Ahead of the November 3, 2020 election, sf.citi hosted virtual debates with the Supervisor candidates running in San Francisco’s most competitive district races. With incumbent District 1 and District 7 Supervisors vacating their seats, many candidates rushed to fill their spots. sf.citi organized debates with the top San Francisco Supervisor candidates in both District 1 and District 7.Learn About Our Debate Series