This week we’re bringing you a recap of last week’s Tech Votes event, which centered on the importance of voting and local elections. Speaking of voting, don’t forget to look at the sf.citi voter guide for more info on San Francisco ballot measures. And last, we have a great opportunity for your company to get involved in a hunger awareness campaign.
sf.citi Rocks the Tech Vote
Thank you to everyone who joined our Tech Votes event last week. As promised, it was a fun night of election-themed cocktails and conversation. Former mayor Willie Brown kicked off the night by treating our 150-plus guests to his inside view of San Francisco politics. We then got to hear from a panel of industry leaders, including Ginny Badanes from Microsoft, Jared Friedman from Y-Combinator, and Rebecca Prozan from Google, moderated by Matt Mahan from Brigade. The panelists discussed the innovative ways new technologies are increasing voter awareness and turnout. Thanks to those of you who came out Tech Votes, and if you didn’t get a chance to come out and try the sliders or our signature cocktail, “The Proposition”, stay tuned for our next One City Forum event in early 2017.
Check out our Candidate Voter Guide
November 8th is almost here! The presidential race is in the spotlight, but San Franciscans will be voting on some important local races as well. Check out our voter guide to see how your candidates stand and, most important, don’t forget to go out and vote!
Help Fight Hunger this Holiday Season
The SF-Marin Food Bank is enlisting the tech industry to help fight hunger this fall. Companies who participate in their Hack Hunger campaign, from November 7-18, will receive a point for each dollar or pound of food donated to the food bank. The top three donors will have their name emblazoned on an SF-Marin Food Bank truck. Get involved and support families in need at hackhungertogether.org.
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