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June 22, 2014 | Rallying cry for SF’s moderates
By Joel Engardio
In any other city, I’m considered liberal. I support health care as a right, Hillary Clinton for president and same-sex marriage in every state. I believe that we must address climate change and spend more on education than the military.
But it doesn’t matter in San Francisco: I’m still not blue enough for the “progressive” label here.
That’s because I also happen to believe potholes must be filled and buses and trains need to run on time before government employees ... | Read More >
June 18, 2014 | Plan C Becomes SF Moderates
Plan C Becomes SF Moderates
New Name Is Beacon for Residents Who Wish San Francisco Was Run on Common Sense
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – June 18, 2014 – Plan C San Francisco today announced that the organization has changed its name to SF Moderates. The new name more closely reflects the organization’s core values and its efforts to be a voice for moderate voters in San Francisco. The change is effectively immediately.
“We want to make it clear that ... | Read More >
SF Moderates Presents the 2014 Quality of Life Hero Award to Phil Ginsburg
Ginsburg’s Strong Stewardship of the SF Recreation and Park Department Creates World-Class Park System
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – June 18, 2014 – SF Moderates today named Phil Ginsburg, the General Manager of San Francisco’s Parks and Recreation Department, as the recipient of its 2014 “Quality of Life Hero” Award. Through innovative revenue strategies, Ginsburg avoided the painful budgetary cuts that have affected other ... | Read More >