The SF election: What happened?

Posted on September 16, 2020
Three women (L-R: Sandra Lee Fewer, Kimberly Alvarenga, and Hillary Ronen) stand in front of a "selfie wall" covered with Kim Alvarenga campaign signs

48 Hills / December 2, 2016 / Calvin Welch

It was the Board of Supervisors, namely Avalos and Wiener and County Transit Authority, that worked out with community based transit activists in the Transit Justice Coalitions (CCHO, Human Services Network, Senior and Disability Action, SF Transit Riders, SF Rising and the SF Bicycle Coalition) and hammered out a division of the funds far more favorable to transit, bikes and pedestrians. The Board voted to place K on the ballot with little or no meaningful involvement from the Mayor’s Office.

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