USING THE TECH INDUSTRY’S SAN FRANCISCO ELECTION GUIDE
Amongst a crowded November ballot that includes a slew of state and federal races, San Francisco residents must make their way down the ballot and vote on 14 critically important local measures. These measures carry significant weight with them, and by voting local, you can exponentially increase the power of your voice and play a critical role in San Francisco’s future. Whether you work for an sf.citi member company or not, we hope you find our November 2022 Voter Guide and its recommendations helpful as you navigate San Francisco’s November 2022 election.
COMPARE SAN FRANCISCO’S 2022 SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES
With San Francisco residents weighing in on all five even-numbered San Francisco Supervisor seats, voters have the opportunity to alter the power dynamic of the City’s legislative body. If changes happen, the Board’s makeup could significantly impact the direction of the City. The Board—in partnership with the Mayor—determines the City budget, passes legislation on crucial issues like housing and homelessness, and sits at the forefront of San Francisco’s recovery. Before you vote, learn more about the supervisor candidates and see how they stack up on the most pressing issues by reviewing our Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire.
BOARD PRESIDENT WALTON STEADIES SAN FRANCISCO’S RECOVERY
sf.citi continued our 2022 Lunch and Learn discussion series with Board President and District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton. We were joined by sf.citi members Airbnb, Comcast, Cruise, Instacart, Intuit, Meta, Microsoft, Verizon, Waymo, and more.
The Supervisor focused his conversation with sf.citi members on how San Francisco can return its downtown activity, tourist numbers, property crime rates, and more to pre-pandemic levels. To accomplish this recovery, President Walton stressed the need for city officials to buy into the same strategy and for greater communication amongst community stakeholders and city hall. The Supervisor presented an optimistic view of San Francisco’s future and emphasized his belief that the City and its resilience would prevail.
DID YOU KNOW?
Uber—San Francisco’s fourth largest private employer—announced their return to the office plan this week. Uber intends to maximize the benefits of in-person collaboration by requiring that all non-remote employees work from the office every Tuesday and Thursday. Learn more about Uber’s plan and how it lays out a modern hybrid work model here.