Yes on G, Stop Evictions! Yes on J, Raise Up SF! Kick-off and Mobilization

Saturday, September 13th
11am
Harvey Milk Plaza
Market and Castro St, SF

San Francisco is in crisis. Economic inequality is growing at the fastest rate in the country. More and more working-class people are being displaced and pushed out of our city. Passing Prop J and Prop G are two ways to fight back!

Prop J will raise the minimum wage to $15 in 2018. Prop G will discourage real-estate speculators who buy and sell homes for quick profit, often evicting tenants and driving up prices. Together, we can take back this city for workers and residents!

This kick-off will be a great opportunity to get involved, meet fellow volunteers, and make a difference. Immediately following the rally, volunteer teams will fan out across the city to raise the visibility of YES ON G and YES ON J and let voters know that early voting begins in just a few short weeks. Join us Saturday!

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