By Christian Vaisse, HANC Board
For the first time this century, California voters in general, and San Francisco voters in particular, will be relevant when voting in a US presidential primary election. While this will surely drive more voters to the polls and allow them to finally weigh in on a vision for the future of their party, June 7th will also be an opportunity to vote on a number of propositions including California proposition 50, District proposition AA and San Francisco Propositions A through E. In addition, San Francisco Democrats will also elect members of their party’s County Central Committee.
What are these propositions? How did they get on the ballot? How can choosing Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC) members affect the future of San Francisco? These are the questions that will be discussed at the next HANC membership meeting on Thursday, May 12th at 7PM, and for which general background information, as well as some of behind the scenes insights, will be provided.