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16-Dec-2004 - My Year of Living Dangerously

25-Nov-2004 - Corporate Support for Republicans

24-Nov-2004 - Seventy!

12-Nov-2004 - Quick Update

1-Nov-2004 - Election Eve News

1-Nov-2004 - Endorsement

1-Nov-2004 - Latest Polls

31-Oct-2004 - Words of Encouragement

31-Oct-2004 - Vote for Kerry Even in Safe States

31-Oct-2004 - Halloween Election News

30-Oct-2004 - Today's Political News

29-Oct-2004 - Political News of the Day

28-Oct-2004 - John Kerry's Historic Endorsements

28-Oct-2004 - 25 Years Combating LGBT Violence

28-Oct-2004 - Daily Political Updates

28-Oct-2004 - How You Can Protect Your Right to Vote

27-Oct-2004 - The Last Straw

27-Oct-2004 - Conservative Quotes for Kerry

27-Oct-2004 - Breaking Political News

27-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 5

26-Oct-2004 - Another Look at Taking Back the Senate

26-Oct-2004 - Breaking News of the Day

25-Oct-2005 - Breaking Political News of the Day

24-Oct-2004 - Can the Democrats Regain the House?

23-Oct-2004 - Early Voting Trends

23-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 4

22-Oct-2004 - Bush OKs New Corporate Tax Cut

22-Oct-2004 - Beware Fox News and MSNBC

21-Oct-2004 - Gymnast Paul Hamm Gets to Keep Gold

20-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 4

20-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 3

19-Oct-2004 - Movies Released in 2004

18-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 2

18-Oct-2004 - The Crystal Prison

17-Oct-2004 - What If There's a Tie?

16-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 3

15-Oct-2004 - Endorsements for John Kerry

13-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 2

13-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 1

12-Oct-2004 - Ranked Choice Voting Hits San Francisco

7-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 1

7-Oct-2004 - Prince Adares Shows Signs of Royal Affinity

7-Oct-2004 - Controlling the U.S. Senate

7-Oct-2004 - Key Battleground States

6-Oct-2004 - Democratic Hopes for the 2004 Elections

6-Oct-2004 - Welcome to The Imperial Gazette

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Updated: October 29, 2004

2004 Election Endorsements

The following endorsements are predominately focused on elections affecting San Francisco and California state. We regret we cannot take a stand on races and issues throughout the country, but in general we advise to vote Democrat when in doubt.

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National and State Political Officers

President / Vice President

John F. Kerry / John Edwards

U.S. Senate

Barbara Boxer

U.S. House (CA-8)

Nancy Pelosi

Calif. Senate (CD-3)

Carole Migden

Calif. Assembly (CD-12)

Leland Yee

Calif. Assembly (AD-13)

Mark Leno

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San Francisco Political Offices

SF Board of Supervisors:

 

District 1

Lillian Sing (1st)
Jake McGoldrick (2nd)

District 2

Michela Alioto-Pier

District 3

Aaron Peskin

District 5

Bill Barnes (1st)
Nick Waugh (2nd)
Robert Haaland (3rd)

District 7

Sean Elsberndt

District 9

Tom Ammiano (1st)
Miguel Bustos (2nd)

District 11

Gerardo Sandoval

SF Board of Education

Heather Hiles, Mark Sanchez, Jane Kim, David Weiner

SF College Board

Natalie Berg, Milton Marks, Rodel Rodis, Julio Ramos

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California State Ballot Measures

Prop. 1A
Protection of Local Government Revenues
Yes
Prop. 59
Public Records, Open Meetings. Legislative Constitutional Amendment.
Yes
Prop. 60
Election Rights of Political Parties. Legislative Constitutional Amendment
Yes
Prop. 60A
Surplus Property. Legislative Constitutional Amendment
Yes
Prop. 62
Elections. Primaries. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
NO
Prop. 64
Limits on Private Enforcement of Unfair Business Competition Laws. Initiative Statute.
NO
Prop. 65
Local Government Funds, Revenues. State Mandates. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
No
Prop. 66
Limitations on "Three Strikes" Law. Sex Crimes. Punishment. Initiative Statute.
YES
Prop. 68
Non-Tribal Commercial Gambling Expansion. Tribal Gaming Compact Amendements. Revenues, Tax Exemptions. Initiative Constitutional Amendments and Statute.
No
Prop. 69
DNA Samples. Collection. Database. Funding. Initiative Statute.
No
Prop. 70
Tribal Gaming Compacts. Exclusive Gaming Rights. Contributions to State. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
No
Prop. 71
Stem Cell Research. Funding. Bonds. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
YES
Prop. 72
Health Care Coverage Requirements. Referendum.
Yes

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San Francisco Ballot Measures

Prop. A
Affordable Housing Bonds
 
Prop. B
Historical Preservation Bonds
 
Prop. C
Health Services System
 
Prop. D
Miscellaneous Changes to City Charter
No
Prop. E
Police and Fire Survivor Benefits
Yes
Prop. F
Noncitizen Voting School Board Elections
NO
Prop. G
Health Plans for City Residents
Yes
Prop. H
Naming the Stadium at Candlestick Point
NO
Prop. I
Economic Analysis of the Legislation
Yes
Prop. J
Sales Tax Increase
Yes
Prop. K
Business Tax
Yes
Prop. L
Use of Hotel Tax to Preserve Movie Theaters.
NO!!!
Prop. N
Withdrawing U.S. Military Personnel from Iraq
Yes
Prop. O
Use of Sales Tax Funds
 

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