Livable City’s November 2019 Election Recommendations
Vote for a more livable city in the Tuesday, November 5 San Francisco municipal election! Though the ballot may be short this year, there are still key issue to vote on, from housing to transportation.
For voter information, contact sfelections.sfgov.org
Yes on Proposition A
Proposition A is a $600 million general-obligation bond that funds permanently affordable housing in San Francisco. It provides:
- $150 million for public housing.
- $220 million for low-income housing,
- $60 million for middle-income housing and housing preservation,
- $150 million for senior housing, and
- $20 million for educator housing.
Yes on Proposition D
Proposition D establishes a business tax on Uber and Lyft trips in San Francisco, and dedicates the funds to improving Muni, walking and cycling.
Yes on Proposition E
Proposition E amends the City’s Planning Code to streamline planning approval of 100% affordable housing and educator housing, and permit affordable housing and educator housing on sites zoned for Public uses, including public school sites.