2014 Election Endorsements

Our union has endorsed the following propositions and candidates for the election on November 4, 2014. Learn more about your individual ballot and find your polling place as well as statewide union positions at CFT’s electronic voter guide.

David Campos in July 2013: "CCSF helps immigrants like me achieve the American Dream. I am City College."

David Campos in July 2013: “CCSF helps immigrants like me achieve the American Dream. I am City College.”

California State Superintendent of Public Instruction: TOM TORLAKSON

State Assembly District 17: DAVID CAMPOS

CCSF Board of Trustees (vote for three):

WENDY ARAGON
BRIGITTE DAVILA
ANITA GRIER
THEA SELBY

No Endorsement for 2-year seat

San Francisco School Board:

STEVON COOK
SHAMANN WALTON
No Endorsement for 3rd Seat

San Francisco Propositions
Yes
on Prop C    – Children’s fund – ensure funding for SFUSD
Yes on Prop J    – $15 minimum wage
Yes on Prop G   – Real estate anti-speculation tax
Yes on Prop E   – Sugary beverage tax
Yes on Prop H   – Golden Gate Park athletic fields kept as grass
No on Prop I      – Add artificial turf and stadium lighting in Golden Gate Park
No on Prop L     – Limit progressive transportation policy

AFFORDABILITY STARTS NOW!  AFT 2121 is proud to be working with the community and labor coalition Families for an Affordable San Francisco. Families for an Affordable SF is working to elect David Campos to the State Assembly, pass Prop G (the anti-speculation tax), and pass Prop J (raising the minimum wage).  Contact AFT 2121 Political Director Alisa Messer if you can help.

And if you want to help fund our union’s political positions — as well as the organizing and community work that we do — join COPE!

Additional local endorsements from the San Francisco Labor Council:

Assessor-Recorder: CARMEN CHU
BART Board of Directors District 8: JAMES FANG
Yes on Proposition A: San Francisco Transportation and Road Improvement Bond
No position on Proposition B: Adjusting Transportation Funding for Population Growth
Yes on Proposition D: Retiree Health Benefits for Former Redevelopment Agency & Successor Agency Employees
Yes on Proposition F: Pier 70
Yes on Proposition K: Affordable Housing

Paid for by Al Tapson AFT 2121 Committee on Political Education.  Not authorized by a candidate or a committee controlled by a candidate or ballot measure.

Posted in Board of Trustees, Elections, News, Speak up

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