Alice 2012 November General Election Endorsements has been finalized!

At a special meeting on Monday, August 27th, eligible Alice members had the opportunity to weigh in on the recommendations from the Alice PAC, which require a 60% majority vote for final approval. Alice members voted and approved the PAC recommendations with no changes.

Read up on any and all further information about the propositions and candidates via the San Francisco Elections Department.

 

Alice Endorsements for the November 2012 General Election

Alice 2012 Endorsed

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President

Barack Obama

U.S. Senate

Dianne Feinstein

U.S. House of Representatives

District 12: Nancy Pelosi
District 14: Jackie Speier

State Senate 11

District 11: Mark Leno

State Assembly

District 17: Tom Ammiano
District 19: Phil Ting

Board of Supervisors

District 1: David Lee +
District 3: David Chiu +
District 5: London Breed +
District 7: (1st Rank) Francis Xavier (FX) Crowley, (2nd Rank) Michael Garcia, (3rd Rank) Joel Engardio
District 9: David Campos +
District 11: John Avalos +

+ Indicates sole endorsement

Board of Education

(3 PAC recommendations, out of 4 seats)
Sandra Fewer
Rachel Norton
Jill Wynns

Community College Board

(3 PAC recommendations, out of 4 seats)
Amy Bacharach
Natalie Berg
Rafael Mandelman

BART Board

District 7 – Lynette Sweet
District 9 – Tom Radulovich

State Ballot Measures

30 – Taxes for Education – YES
31 – Two Year Budgets  – NO POSITION
32 – Political Payroll Deductions – NO
33 – Auto Insurance – NO
34 – Death Penalty – YES
35 – Human Trafficking – NO POSITION
36 – Three Strikes Law – YES
37 – Genetically Engineered Food – YES
38 – Tax to Fund Education – NO
39 – Tax Multistate Business – NO POSITION
40 – Redistricting – YES

Local Ballot Measures

A – City College Parcel Tax – YES
B – Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond – YES
C – Housing Trust Fund – YES
D – Consolidating Odd-Year Municipal Elections – YES
E – Gross Receipts Tax – YES
F – Water & Environment Plan – NO
G – Policy Opposing Corporate Personhood – YES

 

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