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November 2022 Voter Guide + Election Recap

October 31, 2022

Join the SF Chamber of Commerce Public Policy team on November 9th at 1:00 PM for an election debrief


Special guests Jill Nelson Golub, Principal at BMWL Campaigns,

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San Francisco Chamber of Commerce’s Voter Guide – June 2022

May 24, 2022

SFCC Voter Guide June 2022

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June ’22 Voter Guide

Jun 07, 2022

The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce has launched the 2022 Voter Guide. Learn more about the SF Chamber’s stances on upcoming local and state ballot measures that will impact San Franco’s business, workers, and residents.

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SFCC Voter Guide June 2022


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San Francisco Voter Guide for November 3, 2020

September 17, 2020

Announcing our November 2020 Voter Guide. Take a look at our stances on the upcoming local and state ballot measures that could impact San Francisco’s businesses, workers, and residents this election. For a downloadable version of our November 2020 Voter Guide,

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November 2018 Voter Guide

October 2, 2018

Announcing our November 2018 Voter Guide. Take a look at our stances on key issues and state and local measures that could impact San Francisco businesses this coming election.

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San Francisco Voting Guide for March 3, 2020

February 12, 2020

Announcing our March 2020 Voter Guide. Take a look at our stances on local ballot measures that could impact San Francisco businesses this coming election.

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2018 June Voting Guide

April 16, 2018

The June election ballot contains critical initiatives that impact San Francisco businesses. Join the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, SF Forward, and the local business community in voting for a better San Francisco on June 5, 2018.

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PROP B / Appointees Running for Office

A Charter amendment requiring appointees on San Francisco boards and commissions to give up their seats when running in state or local elections,

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SF Chamber Announces November 2016 Election Ballot Measure Positions

September 19, 2016

Business advocate weighs in on 24 local measures, one regional measure and seven state measures

San Francisco, Calif. – The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, which represents 2,500 member businesses and more than 200,000 employees in San Francisco and across the Bay Area,

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June 2018 Election Results Recap & November Election Forecast

June 20, 2018

The June election results are all finally in. We’ve broken down the outcomes and how each of the measures that passed will impact the business community.

Measure Chamber Position Outcome Effect on the Business Community
State Measure 68 (Beautiful Parks and Clean Water) Support Passed Increased funds for parks and water system improvements using dollars raised from bond
RM 3 (Bay Area Traffic Relief) Support Passed Increases bridge tolls to fund highway and public transit improvements to reduce traffic congestion
Prop A (Power Facilities Revenue Bonds) Oppose Passed This measure could be used by the City to remove from the voters final authority on municipalization of San Francisco’s power facilities
Prop B (Appointees Running for Office) Support Passed Requires that candidates seeking local or state office resign from City Commissions or Boards
Prop C (Tax Increase for Childcare) Oppose Passed Increased commercial rent costs that may lead businesses to relocate out of San Francisco
Prop F (Legal Representation for Evicted Tenants) Oppose Passed Decreased general funds dollars due to the program costs and increased private costs to address tenant issues

Props D (Tax Increase for Housing and homelessness),

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Take Action

March 8, 2018


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As representatives of the business community, we need your help to make sure San Francisco has a bright economic future.

SF Forward

SF Forward is the Political Action Committee (PAC) of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

SF Forward is the political voice for businesses and residents who support sound economic policy and an exceptional quality of life for all San Franciscans.

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