Friday, October 19, 2018

BOMA San Francisco's Voter Guide for the November 6, 2018 Election - Learn More About Propositions and Candidates for Elected Office

BOMA San Francisco's Political Action Committee's Voter Guide
November 6, 2018 Election

The BOMA SF-PAC is looking forward to the November 6, 2018 election. Our members have endorsed candidates for elected office and taken positions on the following propositions. If you are a registered voter in San Francisco, please reference this guide when you vote!

If you have any questions, contact John Bozeman, BOMA San Francisco's Director of Government and Industry Affairs, at

Local Propositions

SUPPORT - Proposition A: Bond Special Election: San Francisco Seawall Earthquake Safety Bond 
OPPOSE - Proposition B: Charter Amendment: City Privacy Guidelines
OPPOSE - Proposition C: Initiative Ordinance: Imposing a Homelessness Gross Receipts Tax
OPPOSE - Proposition D: Charter Amendment: Cannabis Commission
SUPPORT - Proposition E: Initiative Ordinance: Hotel Tax Allocations

Candidates - San Francisco

San Francisco Board of Supervisors - District 2

Catherine Stefani - #1 Endorsed Candidate in District 2

Nick Josefowitz - #2 Endorsed Candidate in District 2

San Francisco Board of Supervisors - District 4
Dual Endorsement 

Jessica Ho and Trevor McNeil

San Francisco Board of Supervisors - District 6

Christine Johnson

San Francisco Board of Supervisors - District 8

San Francisco Board of Supervisors - District 10
Dual Endorsement 

San Francisco Assessor Recorder

Candidates - California

Governor - Gavin Newsom

Lt. Governor - Eleni Kounalakis

State Assembly District 17 – David Chiu

State Assembly District 19 – Phil Ting

State Board of Equalization District 2 – Malia Cohen

Candidates - Federal

US Senate - Dianne Feinstein 

US Congressional District 12 – Nancy Pelosi

US Congressional District 14 – Jackie Speier

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