November 2, 2010 Elections
- Governor - Jerry Brown
- Lt. Governor - Gavin Newsom
- U.S. Senator - Barbara Boxer
- Congress - Nancy Pelosi
- Jackie Speier
- Secretary of State - Debra Bowen
- Controller - John Chiang
- State Assembly - Tom Ammiano, Fiona Ma
- State Senate - Leland Yee
- State Treasurer - Bill Lockyer
- Insurance Commissioner - Dave Jones
- Superintendent of Public Instruction - Larry Aceves
- Board of Equalization, District 1 - Betty Yee
- Associate Justice of Supreme Court - 2 positions
- Presiding Justice Court of Appeal (District 1) - 3 positions (Division 1, 3 and 5)
- Associate Justice Court of Appeal (District 1) - 5 positions
- Board of Supervisors - District 2, 4, 6, 8, 10
- Public Defender
- BART Director District 8
- Board of Education - Three Seats
- Community College - Three Seats
Department of Elections, City Hall, Room 48, San Francisco
Statewide Ballot Measures (that have qualified)
- Proposition 18 - Bond Measure - Safe, clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2010
- Proposition 19 - Initiative Statue - Changes California law to legalize marijuana and allow it to be regulated and taxed.
- Proposition 20 - Initiative Constitutional Amendment - Redistricting of Congressional
- Proposition 21 - Initiative Statute - Establishes $18. annual vehicle license surcharge to help fund State Parks and Wildlife Program and Grants Free Admission to all state parks to surcharged vehicles.
- Proposition 22 - Initiative Constitutional Amendment - Prohibits the State from taking funds used for transportation or local government project and services.
- Proposition 23 - Initiative Statue - Suspends air pollution control laws requiring major polluters to report and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming until unemployment drops below specified level for full year.
- Proposition 24 - Initiative Statute - Repeals recent legislation that would allow businesses to carry back losses, share tax credits, and use a sales-based income calculation to lower taxable income.
- Proposition 25 - Initiative Constitutional Amendment - Changes legislative vote requirement to pass a budget from two-thirds to a simple majority. Retains two-thirds vote requirement for taxes.
- Proposition 26 - Initiative Constitutional Amendment - Increases legislative vote requirement to two-thirds for state levies and charges. Imposes additional requirement for voters to approve local levies and charges with limited exceptions.
- Proposition 27 - Initiative Constitutional amendment and Statue - Eliminates State Commission on Redistricting, consolidates authority for redistricting, consolidates authority for redistricting with elected representatives.
July 6, 2010 - Tuesday
SFMTA Board of Directors to hear partial Muni restoration recommendations
When: July 6, 2010 - Tuesday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Where: City Hall, Room 400, San Francisco
What: Hearing on improving Muni service. Improvements are being proposed to restore service to some bus routes and rail lines affected by the May 8 service changes. The plan distributes resources city-wide and focuses on areas that will have the most benefit to riders.
Historic Market Street Labor Walk
When: July 6, 2010 - Tuesday
Where: Meet in front of Landmark at One Market Street, San Francisco
What: From the Ferry Building to the Mechanics Monument, Market Street provides a cross section of San Francisco history. Historic buildings, monuments and modern skyscrapers. Also hear about labor's relevance on this historic street from the Gold Rush to Bay Area Rapid Transit and vintage streetcars.
July 8, 2010 - Thursday
San Francisco Board of Supervisors - Rules Committee
When: July 8, 2010 - Thursday
Where: City Hall, Room 263, San Francisco
What: Items from agenda:
Split appointments to the Recreation and Park Commission and Park Department and Commission Denials of Entertainment-Related Permits appealable to the Board of Appeals.
Sponsors: Mirkarimi, Campos, Mar, Daly and Avalos.
Transferring the Police Department's Functions, Assets and Operations to the Sheriff.
Charter amendment to amend the Charter - one time basis the term of one health service board member from five years to three years, and another term of another health service board member from five years to two years, so that Board terms will expire in pairs in the future and can be filled during the same Board election.
Non-Citizen voting in school board elections.
Sponsors: Chiu, Campos, Mar, Avalos, Mirkarimi, Maxwell, Daly and Dufty
Information: Linda Wong 415-554-7719