ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL: Intro to SF Government



We rode the Blue Wave in VA, NJ, WA and more, and now we’re gearing up for 2018 elections. National and state elections get the most attention, but did you know that SF will elect 5 Supervisors (and more) next year

But, what does the SF Board of Supervisors have power over? What does the Mayor do? How do they work together? We can’t lose sight of the important politics that are playing out in San Francisco - after all, the City’s governing directly impacts our daily lives. Come to the first event in our workshop series: ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL: Intro to SF Government on Tuesday, November 14th.

Frances Hsieh, former legislative aide for Supervisor Avalos and current secretary of the Democratic County Central Committee, will walk us through how the levers of power work in SF and then share tools and resources for influencing the local political process as a citizen.


Whether you’re brand new to local politics or a well-versed follower looking to brush up on the latest, you’ll walk away from this workshop prepped for the important decisions you’ll make at the ballot in 2018.

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November 14, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics
518 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States
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