Endorsements

SFWPC June 2018 Endorsements

SFWPC is proud to announce our official endorsed candidates and measures for the June 2018 Primary Election!
Thank you to all of the candidates, campaign representatives and members who were involved in this process.

Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in our June Primary endorsement process. Please see the below official endorsements of the San Francisco Women’s Political Committee, for both state and local candidates and measures.

Local Candidates*

Mayor
London Breed

District 8 Supervisor
Rafael Mandelman

San Francisco Superior Court Judge, Seat 4
Andrew Cheng

San Francisco Superior Court Judge, Seat 7
Maria Evangelista

San Francisco Superior Court Judge, Seat 9
Cynthia Lee

San Francisco Superior Court Judge, Seat 11
Niki Solis

Local Ballot Measures*

Prop A, PUC Revenue Bonds – Yes

Prop B, Appointed Board Members and Commissioners Seeking Elective Office – Yes

Prop C, Universal Childcare and Commercial Rent Tax – Yes

Prop E, Repeal of Ordinance Banning the Sale of Flavored Tobacco Products – Yes

Prop F, City-Funded Legal Representation For All Residential Tenants in Eviction Lawsuits – Yes

Prop G, Parcel Tax to Fund Teacher Salaries – Yes

Prop H, Use of Tasers by San Francisco Police Officers – No

Regional Ballot Measures

Regional Measure 3 – Transportation Funding Through Increased Tolls – Yes

Statewide Candidates*

Lieutenant Governor
Eleni Kounalakis

Secretary of State
Alex Padilla

Controller
Betty Yee

Treasurer
Fiona Ma

Attorney General
Dave Jones

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tony Thurmond

Board of Equalization, District 2
Malia Cohen

State Assembly, District 17
David Chiu

State Assembly, District 19
Phil Ting

State Ballot Measures

Prop 68, Parks, Environment, and Water Bond – Yes

Prop 69, Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment – Yes

Prop 70, Vote Requirement to Use Cap-and-Trade Revenue Amendment – No

Prop 71, Effective Date of Ballot Measures Amendment – Yes

Prop 72, Rainwater Capture Systems Excluded from Property Tax Assessments Amendment – Yes

*CA Governor, Prop D, Additional Gross Receipts Tax on Commercial Rents, and Prop I, Relocation of Professional Sports Teams — No result reached 50%+1 so they will not appear on our materials.

SFWPC Endorsement Process

Full details of how our endorsements process works is explained here.

Interested in serving on our endorsements committee? Come to one of our events and sign up at the sign in table, or email info@sfwpc.org and indicate why you’re interested. (Must be or become a member to be considered.)

Vote Eligibility

To be eligible to vote at the endorsement event, members must:

  1. Be current on their dues as of the endorsement vote event.

  2. Have attended and signed in at three endorsement eligibility events in the preceding twelve months prior to the general membership endorsement meeting. Eligible events include meetings of SFWPC programs, events, Board and committee meetings, fundraisers, and other activities as the Board deems suitable. Attendance at the Endorsement Committee meeting where members are seeking an endorsement does NOT count as an eligible event. Members must sign in to be counted and will be responsible for ensuring their names are on the sign in sheet.

Endorsement eligibility events will be listed at sfwpc.org. The vote event does not count towards the three-event requirement.