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The League of Women Voters of San Francisco does not support or oppose candidates.
Candidate Statements are an opportunity for all candidates to present a short videotaped review of their platforms and qualifications for the office.
Our nonpartisan Candidate Forums allow voters to ask policy oriented questions that all candidates participating in the forum answer.
All candidates for an office are invited to participate in Candidate Forums and Candidate Statements.
We provide nonpartisan analysis of the ballot measures for San Francisco elections. Our team of dedicated volunteers combs through the news, submitted ballot arguments and discussions to put together this valuable and trusted resource.
The League of Women Voters of California publishes the Easy Voter Guide to provide busy voters with nonpartisan information about California statewide elections.
Each election cycle, we review each of the San Francisco ballot measures to determine whether to Support, Oppose, take No Position, or remain Neutral. The decisions are made based on analyses that apply to existing relevant League positions from the National, State, Bay Area, and/or San Francisco levels of the organization.
San Francisco has a centralized help system for filing complaints and getting assistance on a number of issues. Known as the 311 system, you can reach them by calling “311″ or accessing the City’s 311 website.